Phil Kim is Manager of K-12 STEM Teaching and Learning at KIPP Bay Area Schools and leads the Research, Evaluation, and Partnerships for Personalized Learning. He is also a member of the KIPP Foundation Internal Working Group and the Guiding Coalition for Science, Technology, and Engineering. Phil began his years teaching 7th grade Life Science while also serving as the school’s Science Department Chair and Instructional Innovation Specialist. While teaching, he worked at the local, state, and national levels on Next Generation Science Standards policy and implementation. He advised organizations such as The Computer History Museum and CyArk VR. In 2016, he entered the world of politics and education policy as a candidate for school board in San Francisco. Phil holds a B.S. in Neuroscience from Bucknell University, and a M.A. in Urban Education Policy and Administration from the Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.
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