KIPP 2007: Implementing a Smart Growth Strategy Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

After the opening of 60 schools in eight years by opportunistic growth, the National Bureau KIPP Schools Network has developed a strategy dubbed "smart growth." Each KIPP school is separately incorporated entity headed by the chief who had been selected and trained at the national office. National service has to play the role of screening in accordance with which the National Committee of the growth will be "green light" to the plans of local schools to create a multi-site areas in parts of the United States. The case describes the criteria and rationale of the new strategy, and focuses on the application of the school disguised KIPP, it plans to grow from one to five locations in five years. Readers should challenge the green light application or not.
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by Stacey Childress, Maura Merino Source: Harvard Business School 24 pages. Publication Date: March 31, 2008. Prod. #: 308073-PDF-ENG

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