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Practicing Educator Sponsorship Program Work Verification Form

The Practicing Educator Sponsorship is available to all Kansas residents that are employees in public and private schools in the state of Kansas. To assist us in verifying your qualifications, please complete the following form and click the Submit button. Once the form has been submitted a link will be provided to apply for admission to graduate study.

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Employment Verification

Please provide documentation from your employer verifying that you are currently employed as a Kansas educator. Email educator@ku.edu if you have any questions or concerns about this employment verification.
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Sponsorship

Fall semester application deadline: 9/13/17

Please note: This sponsorship program does not apply to any fully-online course within the School of Education.

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