In this installment of our COVID-19 series, Allan Tellis reports how community and elected leaders are supporting their communities navigating a global health crisis, one that has highlighted several of the inadequacies of our social Read more…
The Denver Journal of Education & Community
DJEC is a community education journal focused on topics of education in the greater Denver area. By engaging in community discourse, and connecting this content to scholarship and policy, DJEC hopes to contribute to local education thinking by offering a balanced and well-informed perspective.
Our Children Need Champions
We can create positive change and a culture of empowerment by recognizing, fostering and nurturing voices from the community
We Need Your Voice
The Denver Journal of Education and Community is a new organization that collaborates with the community to give marginalized communities a voice.
Join Us For Change
The power of connection can build trust and inspire change. Will you join us?
We’ve created @ Issue, our online digital platform that continues our commitment to on-going dialogue. We’re also working hard to ensure our work is inclusive and accessible to everyone. In this 5-part series, we follow Chief Writer Allan Tellis, as he explores the ways that the global COVID-19 pandemic is producing unique local impacts in the Denver region. In this first report, we learn about the ways many Denver-area parents are adjusting to the pause in public education as they’ve known it as schools have moved to remote learning.
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Find us at the office
1721 High Street, Ste. 3
Denver, CO 80218
In print, DJEC is now available at the following locations:
- Coffee at the Point: 710 E 26th Ave
Denver, CO 80205
- Bardo Coffee: 238 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
- Whittier Cafe: 1710 E 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80205
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