Vol 3 Issue 1 – From the Editor

Success by Any Other Name Antwan Jefferson, PhD Welcome to the summer 2022 issue of the Denver Journal of Education and Community (DJEC: n. dee-jeck). Since we are at the beginning of a new school year, one that is possibly the closest to the start of a “normal” school year Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 1 – Main Article

Student Success Who Decides? By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver                               “I think there is a kind of disconnect between how people have viewed their own success, versus how I think the district is viewing Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 1 – Student Perspective

Student Success Student perspective By |Cora Rhodes                 Going to Denver School of Science and Technology: Byers (DSST: Byers), a Denver public school, after attending Stanley British Primary (Stanley), a private school, allowed me to view the public school system differently. Coming from Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 1 – Personal Perspective

Student Success Personal perspective By | Erica Lee                 Youth and ultimately, society will realize its full expression of success when the emphasis on education becomes relationally focused, instead of transactionally focused. This will occur by the actualization of what bell hooks calls enlightened Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 1 – Editorial Perspective

Student Success Editorial perspective By | Spencer Childress                 It seems true that students, parents, and educators all hold student success as a goal worthy of pursuing in public education settings. However, the subjective ways in which diverse humans define success presents potential incongruence Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – From the Editor

Housing and Education Antwan Jefferson, PhD Welcome to a major inflection point in the as-yet infant life of the Denver Journal of Education and Community. For the past two years, we’ve been working hard to discover our collective identity–not an easy task in an information-saturated society in which “traditional” media Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Main Article

Housing and Education Place Matters By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver Knowing where someone lives in the metro area can tell you a lot about the type of resources they have access to. According to community members, their residential context has a significant impact on how they interact with Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Scholar Perspective

Housing and Education Scholar perspective By | Carrie Makarewicz, Marisa Westbrook, and Ryanne Ototivo Time is one of the most important resources we have. When families have nearby or accessible resources, they save time and money. Unfortunately, families in under-resourced neighborhoods experience the converse: long, expensive, tiresome, stressful, and even unsafe Read more…

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