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Rethinking District Professional Development Spending to Support School Improvement

Lessons from Comparative Spending Analysis

School districts across the country already invest significant sums of money each year in professional development to improve schools and teacher practice. The five districts studied here spent between 2.2 to 3.7 percent of total operating expenditures and $8.6 to $123 million dollars. But no district actively managed all of these dollars together and none had a  district level strategy to help focus and integrate professional development spending around improving student performance. Learn more!

Rethinking District Professional Development Spending to Support School Improvement (PDF)

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