Leaders at KIPP schools across the country are working every day to ensure our students gain the knowledge, skills, and character they need to succeed in college and in life. As we grow toward our goal of serving 55,000 children by 2015, we have opportunities for leaders at every level who want to make an impact on the lives of students from underserved communities. Apply now >
Continuous learning is one of KIPP’s core values and we believe there is always room to learn and get better at every level of your career. Since 2000, KIPP has been developing leaders through the KIPP School Leadership Programs (KSLP). As our schools and regions have grown over the past 14 years, so have our leadership development programs.
We have expanded and differentiated our offerings to meet the needs of all levels of the leadership pipeline – grade level chairs, assistant principals, founding school leaders, successor school leaders, and regional leaders.
We have also expanded the types of programs we offer – cohorts for leaders new to their roles, action learning projects (ALP) for groups of leaders wrestling with similar challenges, courses for continuous learning, retreats for sharing among our larger communities, and leadership coaching for individual growth.
Made possible by the federal i3 funding and matching partner grants beginning in 2012, KIPP offers the KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship (KLDF), which is an eight-month program designed for administrators of public school districts, charter school systems, and leadership training organizations to provide intensive, experiential, and collaborative training on KIPP’s school leader development model.
KIPP is committed to equal treatment for all individuals. KIPP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.
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