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For states and districts looking to help educators better serve their students, high-quality professional learning can have long-term positive impacts on both teacher and student learning. While states and districts have long recognized the value of providing professional learning opportunities, too often these offerings consist of stand-alone, “sit and get” sessions which educators consistently report fail to positively impact their instruction.

 

In our new report, veteran educators identify the key components of high-quality, effective professional learning and share how schools and districts can provide educators with the opportunities they need, want, and deserve.

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