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Denver Math Fellows
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The Denver Math Fellows program is a district-wide urban education fellowship in Denver Public Schools. This program is the first large-scale tutorial program integrated into the school day to be implemented district-wide in Colorado schools.
The Denver Math Fellows program seeks individuals interested in a year of service working with high need students across Denver. Being a fellow is an opportunity to be part of a unique and transformative initiative in the fastest-growing urban school district in the nation. Fellows provide small group mathematics instruction to students in groups of three-to-one or four-to-one for a minimum of 45 minutes each day, emphasizing depth rather than breadth in math studies.
Fellows work with students during the school day in addition to a traditional math class. Students are served at over 50 elementary and secondary schools across DPS. Fellows are full-time employees of Denver Public Schools and are an integral part of the school team at each school site.
The Denver Math Fellows program is a partnership with Blueprint Schools Network, a national non-profit organization committed to working with large school districts to close the academic achievement gap.
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