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School Boards and Student Outcomes

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Chuck Poer

on 10 July 2018

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Transcript of School Boards and Student Outcomes

Clarity of Data
They Soon Become What We Think About Most
Love Your Players

Never Cut a Kid

Don't Get Beat by the Same Play Twice
Questions to Insure Investments in Profesional Development Spending
Evidence Based
Professional Development
School Boards and Student Outcomes
In a 30 minute period, how many of the following things might you do?

Talk on the phone
Listen to voice mail
Read e-mail or check Facebook
Text message or Tweet
Instant message
Hold a personal conversation
Glance at a newspaper or magazine article
Write an email or post on Facebook
Make a note in your to-do list
Get your child/spouse/colleague some milk/vodka/coffee

Schools spend the majority of these funds (56%) in-house. MDR and EMR projections suggest that schools spend 40% to 44% of these funds, or about $1.4 billion, on outside professional development products and services.
In FY2013, Congress appropriated $2.9 billion for teacher training programs. For the 2012-2013 school year, the PD market was estimated at $3.2 billion.
The challenge for school districts is to better tie their professional-development spending to
student outcomes and measures of teacher improvement.
Thank You!
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