Professor: Relevant, useful training can yield positive classroom results:

Teachers benefit most from professional development that is relevant and allows teachers to apply new ideas in the classroom, says Linda Darling-Hammond, a professor of education at Stanford University and lead author of a report from this year on professional development for teachers. Darling-Hammond also has found that successful professional-development programs are consistently funded and have quality resources regularly available for teachers.

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