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Rip Magazine

We help young people discover the many
opportunities for cultural enrichment outside of the classroom.

Our Core Values

EDUCATION

Rip values inspiring learning through thoughtful and insightful articles, cartoons, art and inspirational messages.

GLOBAL RESPECT

Rip values and embraces diversity. We believe everyone has a unique and intrinsic value in this world.

PHILANTHROPY

Rip donates proceeds to charitable causes that we care about.

INSPIRATION

Rip strives to breathe life, beauty and creativity into its content. It is foremost an educational platform to share differing and opposing points of view at times, and to allow room for critical thinking.

Our Mission

To serve as an online publication that provides educational, thought-provoking, culturally relevant content for its readers, and creative services and products to schools. Rip magazine relies on an advisory board of experts, including teachers, nurses, doctors, social workers and others to ensure that it provides accurate and reliable information to its readers.

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Who We Are

We are a group of social entrepreneurs who want to elevate and transform the way students learn outside of the classroom.

Partners & Experts

Joy Jones

Joy Jones is a trainer and author of several books for adults and youth including FEARLESS PUBLIC SPEAKING, chosen as one of the must-read books for middle school, and JAYLA JUMPS IN, which received a starred review on Booklist.
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Edu-Futuro

1. What we believe

At Edu-Futuro, we believe that every young person deserves to thrive. Without the financial means for early childhood education, after-school enrichment, private tutors, and college prep services, our region’s first-generation students struggle to compete with their more affluent peers.

2. What we aim to solve

Throughout Northern Virginia, the struggle to improve educational attainment is one of the most serious challenges facing immigrant youth and their families. In 2019, the dropout rate for ELL students was 18% at APS, 30.5% at FCPS, and 19.8% at ACPS —significantly higher, in all cases, than the school districts’ overall dropout rates of 5.6%, 7.4%, and 7.7%, respectively. This is where Edu-Futuro steps in.

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What's On Our Minds

Explore our articles for insightful content, personal reflections and ideas that inspire action on the topics you care about.
Why Broadband is Important

By Naima Wolfe, Hammond High, 11th Grade The term “broadband” refers to high-speed internet access that is always on. Broadband […]

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The Importance of Having Broadband

By Julius Johnson, Anacostia High School, 11th grade Broadband is important for learning. Due to the pandemic, our government created […]

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The Benefits and Costs of Vaccines

By Gabriel Schneider Do you know what your pillow is made of? You spend one-third of your life with your […]

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Want to build something meaningful?

We are seeking artists, writers, photographers, collaborators and anyone who wants to make a positive difference in the lives of young people.