KIPP Houston: Best and Brightest Companies to Work For Award

by Chris Gonzalez on Apr 30, 2015

Recently we were both honored and humbled as the only school system and one of the few nonprofits honored at the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For Awards.

H. Oller: Peace's Runners

by Lupita Talley on Apr 28, 2015

Featured recently in the Houston Chronicle, learn more about PEACE's Girls on the Run and how it helps our PEACEmakers.

KIPP Northeast: Navigating the Globe

by KIPP Houston on Apr 26, 2015

Summyr-Ann Glover and Samantha Fuentes, 10th graders at KIPP Northeast College Preparatory, share their experiences visiting Madrid, Grenada, Toldeo, Seville, and Costa del Sol of Spain.

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M. Salazar-Perez: A Class on Fire

by Sarah Brock on Apr 23, 2015

KIPP SHARP 3rd-grade reading teacher Maria believes KIPP's common goal--to and through college--brings everyone together.

John Villarreal: Born to Teach

by Sarah Brock on Apr 19, 2015

John, 7th-grade humanities teacher at KIPP Courage, was born into the education field but his path to the classroom was anything but direct.

84th Leg Update: ALL Our Kids

by Chris Gonzalez on Apr 14, 2015

Fourteen years ago, Texas became the first state to offer in-state tuition for undocumented students. As this policy is debated in the senate, KIPPsters have mobilized.

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