Denver / Rocky Mountain States | Facing History & Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves has been building a strong presence in Denver since 1991 and opened an office here in 2006. We provide more than 950 area educators with programs and resources. These teachers reach over 90,000 middle and high school students each year, in 145 public, religious, and independent schools throughout region.
Facing History and Ourselves is actively used in history, literature, interdisciplinary, government and specially designed Facing History electives. In addition to being incorporated into K-12 schools, Facing History is also taught in colleges and universities. Our program associates work with educators to help them use these materials in the most appropriate ways.
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Facing History Denver
7150 Montview Boulevard
Denver, CO 80220
We are located on the Johnson & Wales University campus on the 3rd floor of the Welcome Center at the corner of 18th & Pontiac.
Email Contact: Dave Fulton, Director, Denver and Rocky Mountain States Office
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Jennifer Derosby is an Allstate Facing History teacher at the Girls Athletic Leadership School in Denver, Colorado. On May 8, 2013, she addressed teachers, students, and community members at the fifth annual Facing History and Ourselves Benefit...
Eloise Gordon is an 8th grade student at Stanley British Primary School in Denver, Colorado. On May 8, 2013, she addressed teachers, students, and community members at the fifth annual Facing History and Ourselves Benefit Dinner in Denver. At the...