The Denver Journal of Education and Community is our community education journal has focused on topics of education in the greater Denver area for the past couple of years by engaging in community discourse and connecting this content to scholarship and policy.

Today, we’re moving in a new direction to further our vision and mission for education and community.

A new nonprofit 501(c)3

Education & Community was born in 2019 because the Denver Public Schools needed to hear from the communities they serve, which are made up of 70 percent students of color. The main purpose is to debunk the notion that Black and Latino kids need to be bussed into and integrated into predominantly White schools in order to receive a quality education. The basis for the integration theory is the decision in the 1954 case of Brown vs. Board of Education by the Supreme Court which addressed desegregation and school integration. DJEC is a program of Education & Community Nonprofit. Learn more

Our Research and Data Hub

By enthusiastically embracing a dual role of being a vibrant hub for regional education data and a valuable resource for families, students, and the community, the Denver Journal of Education and Community (DJEC) will wholeheartedly address an important and much-needed aspect of information equity in the region as the VINE | research & Data Hub. Learn more