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Multi-state, quasi-experimental study of the impact of internet-based, on-demand professional learning on student performance

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This multi-state, quasi-experimental study reflects the quantification of comparative gains in math and reading performance on standardised assessments. Findings support the high-participation use of Internet-based, on-demand professional learning for improving teacher effectiveness to impact student performance.


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