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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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Student Perspective

Housing and Education Student perspective By |Ceirra Noel and Angel Amankwaah   The Resolution Lies Within Us For a long time now, the common belief that if one works hard enough to overcome a few obstacles, they can achieve the epitome of complete freedom has dominated the minds of many Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Personal Perspective

Housing and Education Personal perspective By | Jonathan Cappelli                 The complex interplay of law, politics, and business guiding our communities can make our values as a society seem opaque. But every society has a character “tell” that’s easy to spot once you know Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Editorial Perspective

Housing and Education Editorial perspective By | James Roy, II Gunshots rang out just outside my home, startling a group of boys that had gathered for my 12-year-old birthday party. Without panic or a second thought, I quickly moved further away from the windows, ducking down to assume the position taught Read more…

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