Program at MSU Denver aims to add more teachers of color in Colorado classrooms

Data from the Department of Education shows less than two percent of educators in Colorado are black.

A mentorship program at MSU Denver aims to change that by preparing students of color for a career in education. They even get a chance to mentor young students.

The leadership program is dedicated to recruiting, training and placing male Black and African American educators in Colorado classrooms. 

Call Me Mister, at Metropolitan State University of Denver’s School of Education, prepares undergraduate students of color for careers in K-12 education. 

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