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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

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Jan 15, 2023

Dr. Dan Lutz began his education career and passion for international education as a high school teacher in the Teacher Corps in New York and the Peace Corps in Afghanistan. His career has included training new Peace Corps Volunteers in Iran, helping initiate the development of Korean Heritage Camp for families with adopted children from that country, serving on the Board of Directors for Colorado Heritage Camps, co-founding the International Studies Schools Association (ISSA), and teaching

graduate global education classes for teachers. He developed a high school international studies magnet program which he directed for twenty-one years. He expanded that  program into the Denver Center for International Studies (DCIS), a DPS magnet school

for grades 6-12, where he served as principal for four years. Subsequently he designed and established three more DCIS schools for DPS and consulted with a national network of international studies schools to which the DCIS schools belonged. From his professional experience Dan writes on global competence education and reinventing

school design. His forthcoming book challenges obsolete assumptions still in play in most schools which continue to defy equity of learning access for all students. Dr. Lutz loves creating poetry and sketch pieces, short stories, and is seeking publication of his

first completed novel. It introduces a series spotlighting an identity journey of a child adopted internationally, beginning with the traumatic story preceding his adoption.

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