Washington Post: “KIPP builds college pipeline through written agreements”

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July Experience is one of many academic and athletic programs on Davidson’s campus in the summertime. (photo Bill Giduz) (clickable)

The Washington Post takes note of one of the college’s flagship summer academic programs: “Starting in October 2011, KIPP [Knowledge Is Power Program] and college leaders signed pledges to create recruiting pipelines and campus support systems for students who often lack the higher-education connections routinely found in affluent communities.”

• Read the Washington Post article.

And wait, that’s not all! Read other summertime news:

• National Geographic coverage of a Davidson College turtle study

July Experience for high school students

• Davidson’s Freedom School

New 3-D imaging capabilities

What’s new in old texts in the Rare Book Room

Davidson newsroom page

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