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The Program

Kansas City Teacher Residency (KCTR) is a non-profit organization founded in 2015 to recruit, prepare, develop, place, and retain mission-oriented individuals who want to make a deep commitment to working in high need urban schools in the Kansas City area. KCTR accomplishes this goal through a rich curriculum and the support of a coach and mentor. Residents are college graduates invited to train with a mentor, receive coaching, and participate in a Master of Art’s in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership through the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In addition, residents receive a living stipend and additional benefits of being an AmeriCorps member through participation in our program. During the residency year, participants earn credit toward their master’s degree and teach for a full academic year in a mentor’s classroom. At the end of the residency year, residents become certified teachers in the State of Missouri. Graduating the program, residents agree to teach in Kansas City high-needs schools for three additional years.

Community

Foster personal and professional relationships with other KCTR educators

Licensing

State of Missouri Educator License

Coaching

Coaching support throughout 4-year program

MUEd

Master's of Arts in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership from the University of Missouri-Kansas City

Living Stipend

$20,000 living stipend for the Residency Year

Job Placement Support

Job placement support in a KCTR partner school following the Residency Year

Mentor Teacher Partnership

Pairing with a mentor teacher during the Residency Year

Professional Development

Professional learning opportunities throughout 4-year program

AmeriCorps

Membership to the AmeriCorps national network

Learn More About KCTR

If you’re passionate about setting a higher standard for urban education, whether through applying, partnering or donating, please contact KCTR today at (816) 298-5660.