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Teachers Like Common Planning Time, Survey Shows

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An Education Week Research Center and MCH Strategic Data survey of teachers showed that 42 percent say they have little to no influence on the professional development available to them. Teachers perceive that a wide range of common professional-development activities would make a difference in their classrooms, including common planning time and mentorship for new teachers.






Vol. 36, Issue 29, Page 5

Published in Print: April 26, 2017, as Teachers Seeking Time, Mentorship
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