Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program

The University of Mississippi
  • Hands on experience
    METP Fellows learn to enrich their classrooms with the world around them
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    Dean David Rock captures a postcard moment with METP Fellows in Banff, AB, Canada
    Problem solvers
    Dedicated to finding solutions for the future
    Valuable Advice from Top Advisors
    Fellows meet with senior advisors to the Secretary of Education
    Super principles from superintendents and principals
    Invaluable advice from the top: l-r Bradley Roberson - OHS Principal; Cory Uselton - Desoto Co. Superintendent; Landon Pollard - Byhalia Middle Principal; & Jamone Edwards - North Panola Asst. Superintendent
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The Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program (METP) is a collaboration between the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and Mississippi State University (MSU) to attract top-performing students to an innovative new teacher education program using one of the most valuable scholarships ever offered in the state.

Our goal is to train new English and mathematics teachers for Mississippi. Each METP fellow makes a five-year commitment to teach at a Mississippi public school after graduation.

Both institutions will accept 20 fellows (10 math and 10 English) for the fall term.

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