Early College hires economics, math professor

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Posted 7/29/19

John Evans-Klock will join the staff at Early College of Arvada as a professor of economics and mathematics. After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, Evans-Klock spent 20 years …

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Early College hires economics, math professor

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John Evans-Klock will join the staff at Early College of Arvada as a professor of economics and mathematics.

After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, Evans-Klock spent 20 years teaching economics in Switzerland and Thailand. His background in economics also includes experience with the U.S. Office of Management and Budget.

“In the modern economy, with everything connected to everything else, those general skills of listening, organizing, reflecting, and explaining are as important as anything I teach,” Evans-Klock said in a news release.

The hire brings Early College of Arvada's number of staff members with Ph.Ds to five.

Early College of Arvada is a public charter high school. All college courses are taught on the campus with coursework from University of Colorado at Denver and Front Range Community College. These courses are offered free to all 11th and 12th graders, leading to 60 or more college credits before graduation.

Early College of Arvada is free and open to all students in grades 6-12. Contact Todd Cordrey (tcordrey@ecarvada.org), executive director, to schedule a tour or learn about enrolling.

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