In order to be certified, you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States. Please note that this requirement is not KCTR's policy, but rather an expectation of the Missouri Department of Education.
Choose one of the options below to share how you heard about KCTR.
Grade Level/Subject Preference
KCTR will only provide elementary licensure during Cohort 7 and the 2022-2023 school year. In order to help us plan for our training process, please identify your preferred grade levels below.
The following question is only for data collection purposes, and does not impact candidate's acceptance into KCTR's program.
Please be aware that should you be invited to move forward in the next stage of the application process, you will be asked to submit an unofficial transcript for every college or institution you have ever earned credit from.
Diversity & Inclusion
In KCTR’s efforts to embody our values of diversity, equity and inclusion, we believe it is important to understand the different gender, racial and ethnic identities, as well as socioeconomic backgrounds and life experiences, of our staff, residents and alumni. This information informs our program design and curriculum, and also helps guide future programming and recruitment efforts.
We also use this information, once anonymized, to help our partners, stakeholders and other members of the Kansas City community understand the diverse composition of our cohorts.
Providing this information is optional and has no bearing on your eligibility or application status.
If you chose "I self-identify" in the Race & Ethnicity field above, please share how you identify here.
If you are uncertain, please reference the U.S. Governments information regarding Pell Grants here