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Mission Statement

The mission of the Center for Teaching International Relations (CTIR) is to be a quality provider of global education services for youth, teachers, and schools by making international education an integral part of K- 12 education. CTIR helps K-12 teachers bring a global dimension to their classroom, and creates avenues for school-aged youth to engage directly in global issues.

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After 40 years as an outreach arm of the University of Denver, the Center for Teaching International Relations is forming its own 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to continue to promote K-12 global education.

The World Affairs Challenge, CTIR's key program, was created over 19 years ago to help secondary students engage in global topics and better understand their world. The 3-part event challenges students to research global topics, study current events, create engaging presentations, and develop critical thinking, leadership, and teambuilding skills.

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http://www.ctir.org

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(303) 871-2456

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