Much research has been done on the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of professional development (PD) for teachers in the U.S. However, not as much data exists about what teachers’ PD looks like. How much do schools spend, what topics are they choosing, and are school leaders and teachers satisfied with their options?
In this groundbreaking report, Professional Development for Teachers: What Schools Value and How They Invest gives school leaders a data- driven look at how their PD practices compare with schools across the nation. By clarifying what schools are doing currently, we hope to identify opportunities to create PD experiences that inspire teachers and improve the lives of the students they touch.
This free report will be available beginning January 23. To receive your copy on release day, fill out the form to the right and we will e-mail it straight to your inbox.
Professional Development for Teachers delves into new research about schools’ PD practices and expenditures, and school leaders’ priorities for and satisfaction with their teachers’ current PD. Some of our key findings include: