The Equity Project Charter School
TEP is a charter school succeeding in closing the Latino-White achievement gap.
Working at The Equity Project Charter School
Featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and on 60 Minutes for its $125,000 teacher salaries and outstanding results, The Equity Project—or TEP—Charter School opened in September 2009. Originally a fifth through eighth grade middle school, TEP now also serves students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade, and will soon be adding pre-K, third, and fourth grades. TEP will serve 1,200 students at full capacity, from pre-K through eighth grade.