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BOE buys learning software for teachers
Looks to save money with new resource
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A new strategy for helping teachers stay on top of their game will soon be implemented by area high schools. The Bulloch County Board of Education approved last month the $12,800 purchase of Professional Development 360 (PD 360) software for teachers to hone their craft and more conveniently meet requirements for maintaining teaching certification. The PD 360 program will offer to educators an online resource featuring hours of videos and pages dedicated to sharing new and improved teaching techniques, said Penny Freeman, Director of Professional Learning for Bulloch County Schools.
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