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Data: Where Do Teachers Get Their Ideas?

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These results are based on a September 2017 online survey from the Education Week Research Center of a nationally representative sample of more than 500 K-12 teachers. The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percent.


Vol. 37, Issue 16, Pages 18-19

Published in Print: January 10, 2018, as Data: Where Do Teachers Get Their Ideas?
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