Work hard. Be nice. A conversation with KIPP Co-founder Mike Feinberg.

DateOctober 11, 2012Time6:00 - 7:15 pm
LocationDraper 116
DescriptionAll Baylor students and faculty are invited to this free event, co-hosted by the School of Education, Office of Career and Professional Development and KIPP Houston Public Schools. Meet Mike Feinberg, one of the nation's most prominent education reformers, and learn about KIPP's history, impact, and launching your career as a teacher and leader at KIPP.

KIPP, the Knowledge Is Power Program, is on a mission to develop in underserved students the academic skills, intellectual habits, and qualities of character necessary to succeed at all levels of pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, college, and the competitive world beyond. Now entering its second decade, KIPP has become a national leader in the movement to provide all children with access to an excellent education. KIPP was founded in Houston, and 21 of KIPP's more than 125 schools are here, modeled after what we started in 1994. While just 40% of low-income students across the nation matriculate to college, KIPPsters boast a 90% college matriculation rate.

Learn more about KIPP Houston Public Schools by attending our October 11th event and checking out www.kipphouston.org.

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PublisherOffice of Career & Professional Development
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