Study Shows Online PD Affects Student Scores

3/31/2014 3:00:00 PM

An independent study, published in the International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education and sponsored by the School Improvement Network, shows a direct link between professional development and gains in student achievement. The study measured scores in 169 schools across 19 states and found:

• Math Scores: On-demand professional learning educators saw an 18.9% gain in proficiency scores, as opposed to a 4.2% gain in schools without.

• Reading Scores: On-demand professional learning educators saw a 15.3% gain in proficiency scores, as opposed to 2.5% in schools without PD.

Want to read more stories like this?

Get our Free Newsletter Here!

comments powered by Disqus

Epson Launches Nine New PowerLite Projectors for K-12 Classrooms

New PowerLite Models Provide Versatile, High-Quality Display Tech...

ISTE Issues Digital Citizenship Week Challenge

Use New ISTE Resources to Explore What It Means to be a Good Citizen i...

CEV Multimedia Releases CTE Course for Aspiring Teachers

LUBBOCK, Texas (Oct. 16, 2017) – There is no one better equipped...

T&L Partner Post
Tweets