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White paper: PD key to students' progress

A new white paper entitled The Challenge of Modeling 21st Century Learning discusses the importance of professional development in helping teachers effectively use technology
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Based on findings by Atomic Learning's research partner, SEG Measurement, a new white paper entitled The Challenge of Modeling 21st Century Learning discusses the importance of professional development in helping teachers effectively use technology to create college and career-ready students. Download this free resource for educators here

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A new white paper entitled The Challenge of Modeling 21st Century Learning discusses the importance of professional development in helping teachers effectively use technology to create college and career-ready students.

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