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Teacher-to-Teacher Workshops Aid Professional Development

Teachers looking for easily accessible professional development courses can check to see if their state awards credit for completing Teacher-to-Teacher digital workshops. Thirty-nine states and the District of Columbia now grant credit for the courses. Included: Information on finding out if your state participates in the program.

Thirty-nine states and the District of Columbia now award teachers credit for participating in the Teacher-to-Teacher e-Learning digital workshops. The department offers free online professional development opportunities for teachers in areas such as reading, math, and science.

In order to assist teachers in finding out how they can receive credit from their state, the Teacher-to-Teacher Initiative has added an interactive U.S. map to its professional development Web site. Teachers can click on their states to find out more.


Information in this article comes from the Department of Education.

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