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United States PreK-12 Professional Learning Market, 2021: Current Estimates of the $5.3 Billion Market and Per-Teacher Spend, and Market Growth Projections to 2020-2021 - Research and Markets


DUBLIN, Apr 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016" report to their offering.

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the report includes current estimates of the $5.3 billion market and per-teacher spend, and market growth projections through 2020-2021.

The report examines the professional development segment, now often referred to as professional learning, for teachers, administrators, and other educators. The focus is on factors influencing change in the market, challenges facing the sector, and the forces driving demand, both currently and in the coming years.

The report was developed through reporting by editors and is not based on a survey. Providers of professional development for the PreK-12 market and educators at schools, districts and states were interviewed and best-practices research was reviewed. Based on the research that included federal, state and local funding and spending data.

Top trends in the ongoing process that is professional learning include personalization, professional learning communities and other mechanisms for collaboration, teacher-leadership, coaching and mentorship, and microcredentialing or badging. The increasing use of technology in the classroom is generating its own demand for professional learning/training.

Key elements in PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016 include:

- How the market is changing from a top-down process imposed on teachers to a more teacher-led, ongoing, job-embedded process;
- Federal, state and local spending on professional learning;
- Funding sources and individual teacher spend on PL;
- How the shift from NCLB to ESSA is driving the change in how professional learning is viewed and should be implemented;
- The role of online delivery;
- How publishers and ed-tech providers fit into the PD/PL landscape;
- The role of OER in professional learning;
- Where the biggest competition is coming from for commercial providers of professional learning;
- Case studies from NH, ID, FL, DC, Washoe County (NV) and a high school in Iowa;

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Market Size & Structure

  • Defining What Professional Development/Learning is
  • The Customer for Professional Learning
  • Teachers And Administrators
  • Schools And Districts
  • The Role of the States
  • When the State Focus Targets a Particular Objective
  • Statewide Pl Hubs And Other Learning Initia Tives
  • Elearning for Educators Exemplifies Collaborative Approach
  • Size of the Prek-12 Professional Learning Market
  • Funding Sources
  • Foundations Lean in

Chapter 2: Trends: Changing Policies & Delivery Practices

  • Common Core And New State Standards
  • Every Student Succeeds Act
  • State Policies
  • Teacher-Led Professional Learning
  • Personalization
  • Collaboration
  • Teacher Leadership
  • Coaching, Mentoring And Observations
  • Microcredentialing: Measuring Competency
  • Prek-12 Professional Learning Market 2016.
  • Content And Practice Areas
  • Technology
  • Standards, Assessment And Data
  • Practice, Pedagogy And Content Areas
  • Delivery Trends in Professional Development
  • In-Person Delivery
  • Online Delivery

Chapter 3: Competitive Landscape

  • Higher Education Institutions
  • Non-Profits: Associations, Foundations, And Unions
  • Consultants
  • Content Providers
  • Hmh Focus: Raising Student Achievement
  • Scholastic Focus: Literacy
  • Books And More at Corwin , Capstone, Cavendish And Curricki
  • The Critical Edge
  • Technology Platforms And Online Providers
  • Follett, Blackboard: Promoting Platfo Rms & Broader Goals
  • States And Districts

Chapter 4: Case Studies

  • District of Columbia: Investing in Distributed Leadership
  • Moving On to Leap
  • New Hampshire: Online Pd for All
  • Internally Developed
  • Bettendorf (Ia) High School: Teaching Tech Through Gamification
  • Game On
  • Continued Use
  • Idaho: Fostering Statewide Interest in Stem
  • Pairing Teachers And Industry
  • Stem Action Center
  • Florida: Rethinking Professional Learning
  • Washoe Co.: Pd + Teacher Evaluations + Student Learning Objectives

Chapter 5: Conclusions & Outlook

  • Flexibility is Key
  • Barriers to Change
  • Funding Availability

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