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Denver Math Fellows Seeks Recent Graduates

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 is seeking 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. If faculty know of students or alumni that might be interested they can get more information and apply by visiting

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