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Key Principles for Project-Based Learning

February 24, 2021

Key Principles for Project-Based Learning
Research confirms that rigorous projectbased learning has a positive impact on students, leading to increased achievement and higher levels of motivation.

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KIPP Nashville

KIPP Nashville is a network of high-performing, college preparatory public schools that has been committed to creating a vibrant, college-going culture in North and East Nashville since 2005. KIPP Nashville is partnered with the acclaimed KIPP Network, which serves more than 90,000 students nation-wide and sends low-income students to college at a rate 5x higher than that of their peers.KIPP Nashville currently operates six schools in Nashville: KIPP Antioch College Prep Elementary, KIPP Nashville College Prep Elementary, KIPP Kirkpatrick Elementary, KIPP Nashville College Prep (middle), KIPP Academy Nashville (middle) and KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School. Our alumni have achieved a 95% high school graduation rate and are supported to and through college by our KIPP Through College program. We are excited to expand our K-16 continuum by growing to 7 schools by 2020.The mission of KIPP Nashville is to cultivate in its students the character and academic skills needed to succeed in

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