Greenwood Village Middle School Teacher Earns Prestigious Teaching Fellowship
A Greenwood Village middle school teacher has earned a prestigious national fellowship.
According to the school district, Derrick Bergstrom, a social studies teacher at Campus Middle School in Greenwood Village, has been selected as a 2018-19 teacher fellow for the inaugural year of “New Perspectives: Deep Understanding Through Deliberation.”
The fellowship is reportedly sponsored by Street Law, which is a nonprofit organization that “creates classroom and community programs that teach people about law, democracy and human rights worldwide.”
Just 26 educators from across the country selected through a highly competitive application process. And Bergstrom will be joined by two other Cherry Creek district teachers — Kelly Jones-Wagy and Tim Lorenz, both social studies teachers at Overland High School, the release said.
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