The Learning Center opened in summer 2015 in newly renovated space at the Douglass Campus.
- Established 2015
- Grades Served PK4-8
- Enrollment 77
What Makes The Learning Center Unique
The Learning Center serves 77 students in grades PreK4 through 8 who are currently enrolled in KIPP DC schools, and whose Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) indicate that they require specialized instruction and related services in a full-time setting outside of general education. Our experienced and dedicated Special Education team will provide individualized learning plans for students in multi-age classrooms focused on specific brain-based needs. A research-based curriculum and backward mapping will ensure that students progress with the knowledge, skills, and social-emotional regulation required to be successful in a less restrictive environment. Our goal is to provide the necessary supports to help all students access the general education curriculum, accelerate their learning and develop the skills needed for success in a less restrictive environment, in high school, in college, and beyond.
Schedule an Individual Meeting:
Call 202-610-6545 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Learning Center in the News
The Walton Family Foundation featured The Learning Center in the video series, Innovations in Education. The series explores the first-hand groundbreaking work taking place across the country. Principal Michael Cordell discusses how The Learning Center and its team is creating and fostering a safe space for students needing individualized learning. Read more.