More time for professional development pays off, report says

05/15/2014 | EdSource

Schools that provided more time for teachers to collaborate and engage in professional development had higher rates of achievement than neighboring schools according to a study by the National Center on Time & Learning, a nonprofit that advocates for longer school days. The report suggests that officials fund high-quality professional development, integrate teacher feedback when crafting evaluation models and focus on recruiting and retaining new teachers.

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