About KIPP DC The late cipro use in dogs 1950s to treat alcoholic. Who We Are Part of KIPP’s national movement, KIPP DC is a network of high-performing, college-preparatory public charter schools in Washington, D.C. All KIPP DC schools are tuition-free, open enrollment schools, and actively recruit and serve students in the city’s most under-resourced communities. At KIPP DC, there are no shortcuts. Outstanding educators and staff, more time in school, a rigorous college preparatory-curriculum, and a strong culture of achievement and support help our students make significant academic gains and continue to excel in high school and college. In addition to operating high-performing schools, KIPP DC is supported by two critical programs central to the goal of helping underserved students get to and through college: KIPP Through College and the Capital Teaching Residency. KIPP Through College supports KIPP DC alumni on their journey to a college degree – helping them navigate the application process, access financial aid, connect to summer internships, and build the advocacy and decision-making skills needed to persist and graduate. The Capital Teaching Residency is an award winning teacher-training program designed to increase the pipeline of highly-effective educators in the District of Columbia. These programs, coupled with exceptional PreK3 through 12 schools, make KIPP DC one of the highest-performing public school networks in the District of Columbia and a national model of excellence in urban education. The KIPP DC network currently serves over 4,500 students at fifteen schools on six campuses in the District of Columbia, and will serve over 6,000 students at sixteen schools by 2017.

Current Opportunities for KIPP DC

Capital Teaching Residency (CTR)

Opportunity Type: Fellowship
Application Deadline: January 04, 2018
Description: CTRs make a commitment to teach for a minimum of three years in Washington, D.C. Residents spend the first year of this commitment—their residency year—training in a classroom with a highly effective mentor teacher. CTRs are initially placed at KIPP DC or E.L Haynes, two high-performing D.C. public charter schools.

During their residency year, CTRs are provided the opportunity to obtain their certification and train in Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Math, Science, or English Language Arts classrooms. After the completion of their residency year, KIPP DC CTRs may be given the opportunity to pursue an additional certification in Special Education.

Throughout this residency, the program supports CTRs as they develop into skilled educators through extensive coaching, consistent work with a highly-effective mentor teacher, focused professional development coursework, and daily practice perfecting their skills in a real classroom.

CTRs commit to two additional years of teaching beyond their residency year. After completing their residency, CTR alumni remain in the classroom and continue to teach at E.L. Haynes, KIPP DC, or partner public charter schools across D.C.CTRs make a commitment to teach for a minimum of three years in Washington, D.C. Residents spend the first year of this commitment—their residency year—training in a classroom with a highly effective mentor teacher. CTRs are initially placed at KIPP DC or E.L Haynes, two high-performing D.C. public charter schools. During their residency year, CTRs are provided the opportunity to obtain their certification and train in Early Childhood, Elementary, Special Education, and Secondary Math, Science, or English Language Arts classrooms. Throughout this residency, the program supports CTRs as they develop into skilled educators through extensive coaching, consistent work with a highly-effective mentor teacher, focused professional development coursework, and daily practice perfecting their skills in a real classroom. CTRs commit to two additional years of teaching beyond their residency year. After completing their residency, CTR alumni remain in the classroom and continue to teach at E.L. Haynes, KIPP DC, or partner public charter schools across D.C.

Contact Information

KIPP DC
1003 K St., NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001
www.kippdc.org/