mNET
FHSU collaboration with The Ohio State University

mNET (Mobilizing National Educator Talent) is an innovative, nontraditional national teacher preparation program designed for an individual to attain full state certification as a core academic teacher in a high need, hard-to-staff school districts.

Teachers in these high need school districts are considered Teachers of Record (TORs) for a two-year period.

Those who are participating in the FHSU T2T program are eligible for scholarships of up to $3000 the first year of their program.

Scholarships will cover tuition and books.

To receive scholarships-

  • The teacher must complete LMS training
  • The teacher must make adequate progress in the program

Kansas school districts identified as high need and hard to staff:

  • Altoona-Midway 387
  • Anthony-Harper 361
  • Arkansas City 470
  • Baxter Springs 508
  • Caney Valley 436
  • Cedar Vale 285
  • Chanute 413
  • Cheney 268
  • Cherryvale 447
  • Chetopa-St. Paul 505
  • Cheylin 103
  • Coffeyville 445
  • Elk Valley 283
  • Ellinwood 355
  • Erie 101
  • Fairfield 310
  • Fredonia 484
  • Galena 499
  • Garden City 457
  • Geary County 475
  • Goodland 352
  • Hamilton 390
  • Haviland 474
  • Herington 487
  • Holcomb 363
  • Iola 257
  • Kansas City 500
  • Leavenworth 453
  • Liberal 480
  • Lyons 405
  • Marais des Cygnes Valley 456
  • Marmaton Valley 256
  • Northeast 246
  • Oswego 504
  • Ottawa 290
  • Peabody-Burns 398
  • Pleasanton 344
  • Riverside 114
  • Riverton 404
  • Salina 305
  • Skyline 438
  • South Brown 430
  • Southern Cloud 334
  • Stafford 349
  • Topeka 501
  • Turner 202
  • Uniontown 235
  • Wichita 259
  • Winfield 465
  • Woodson 366
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