The college preparatory middle school is gearing up to expand the KIPP model into a high school and elementary school.
Monday, the expansion proposal comes before the Oklahoma City Board of Education.
KIPP OKC has enrolled students regardless of their prior academic record, conduct or socioeconomic background.
KIPP hopes to establish a world-class elementary school in northeast Oklahoma City.
OKCPS considers partnering with charter schools to improve public education and asks community for feedback.
The ESA legislation comes as lawmakers cut revenue dollars to common education and enrollment continues to climb.
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Calling it a “Trojan Horse” bill, the Oklahoma City Public Schools board voted unanimously to adopt a resolution rebuking legislation that would give city hall the power to sponsor its own charter school.
If Gov. Mary Fallin endorses Senate Bill 782, school districts outside Oklahoma City and Tulsa could open charter schools.
A bill to give Oklahoma City the power to sponsor a charter school won’t make it past the House common education committee, its author said.