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Technology trends in the US States

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This US report, National Education Technology Trends: 2010 - Innovation Through State Leadership, by the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) confirms other research, citing the work of Yoon et al (2007) by stating that, 'A recent review of studies on professional development found that teachers impacted by substantive professional development (on average 49 hours) could improve their students' academic scores by 21 percentile points' (p. 8).

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