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KIPP and colleges: The list

Here’s a postscript to my story on KIPP charter schools and colleges.

It’s a complete list of the 20 colleges and universities that have signed agreements with the Knowledge Is Power Program to recruit students from the national charter school network. Also included are totals of KIPP alumni currently enrolled in the colleges. The first agreement was signed by the University of Houston in October 2011, according to KIPP, followed by deals reached with Tulane University and Franklin & Marshall College.

Brown University (Providence, R.I.)--4

Colby College (Waterville, Maine) — 4

CUNY Hunter (New York) — 4

Davidson College (Davidson, N.C.) — 2

Duke University (Durham, N.C.) — 4

Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, Penn.) — 8

Georgetown University (D.C.) — 3

Houston Baptist University (Houston) —9

Mercy College, main campus (Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.) — 9

Morehouse College (Atlanta) — 8

Notre Dame de Namur University (Belmont, Calif.) — 4

San Jose State University (San Jose, Calif.) — 15

Spelman College (Atlanta) — 3

Syracuse University (Syracuse, N.Y.) — 15

Texas State University (San Marcus, Texas) — 20

Trinity Washington University (D.C.) — 3

Tulane University (New Orleans) — 3

University of Houston (Houston) — 87

University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) — 7

University of Texas at Austin (Austin) — 18

Nick Anderson covers higher education for The Washington Post. He has been a writer and editor at The Post since 2005.

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