In The News
Denver Teacher Residency is attracting local and national attention. Its groundbreaking, alternative approach to teacher training, which combines a year-long, in-classroom residency with master’s level coursework from the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education, focuses on preparing effective teachers for high-needs classrooms in Denver Public Schools.
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DTR alumni, Margarita Rodriguez-Corriere was interviewed by the Denver Post. Check the link to read the complete story about her residency experience!!! Denver Post Interview
Join us Wednesday, Feb. 6th from 6:00 – 7:30 pm at 900 Grant St. Denver, CO. 80203, in the Boardroom for an information session to learn more about Denver Public Schools’ Alternative Pathways into teaching. At DPS, our desire is … Continue reading
This summer, two DTR alum were among the select few – only 15 – who received full scholarships from Experiential Science Education Research Collaborative (XSci) in the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver to … Continue reading
Denver Teacher Residency joins “100k in 10” Initiative to Recruit, Develop, and Retain Excellent STEM Teachers for Public Schools Secures Nearly $20 Million in Funding; President Obama Says “Nothing is More Important”; Secretary Duncan Lauds Initiative’s “All-Hands-on-Deck Strategy” The Denver … Continue reading
Denver Teacher Residency fills critical need at DPS While many school districts across Colorado have been in the news for severe budget shortfalls and staffing reductions, Denver Public Schools (DPS) made the headlines for being in the unique position of … Continue reading