The KIPP Report Card is our annual opportunity to reflect on where we are as
an organization, how far we have come, and the work we still have to do.
We believe that data helps us understand our true impact, what is working,
and what needs to be improved. We are committed to examining school health
and the health of our network by a broad range of indicators through our
Six Essential Questions.
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