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KIPP is a national network of public charter schools. Khan Academy is being used in many of these schools including: The Bay Area, Chicago, Houston, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New York City, and Philadelphia.  Check out the videos and stories below to learn more about different classrooms using Khan Academy!

Travis Dempsey at RISE Academy in Newark, New Jersey     Tyler Dockins at Newark Collegiate Academy in Newark, New Jersey
      
       
     
Silvestre Arcos at KIPP Washington Heights in New York City, New York   Kerry Muse (alumnus) at KIPP Bridge in Oakland, California 
 

Also, check out these great articles from Connor Skellys' classroom at KIPP Bayview, Travis Dempsey's classroom at KIPP RISE, Silvestre Arcos's classroom at KIPP Washington Heights, Charles Stewart's classroom at KIPP Lynn, and Marva Jones' classroom at KIPP Atlanta Collegiate.

If you would like to learn more about how to get your students started, check out these great resources put together by the teachers at TEAM Schools in Newark or these Khan Academy resources!

"There are currently 141 KIPP schools in 20 states and the District of Columbia serving 50,000 students. More than 86 percent of our students are from low-income families and eligible for the federal free or reduced-price meals program, and 95 percent are African American or Latino...As of February, 2014 44 percent of KIPP students have earned a four-year college degree after finishing eighth grade at a KIPP middle school 10 or more years ago. This is above the national average for all students (33 percent), and four times the rate for students from low-income families nationwide (10 percent)."  Source: KIPP Website, 2014