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Percentage of public school teachers with any professional development during the last school year, and among all public school teachers, percentage of teachers who agreed with different statements about professional development at their school, by state: 2017–18

      Percent of teachers who agreed with different statements about their professional development at their school  
State Percent of teachers with any professional development during last school year   I have sufficient resources available for my professional development   I have access to about the same amount of resources for professional development as other teachers   My professional development opportunities are aligned with this school's performance goals   The techniques I'm learning about in my professional development will help improve student achievement   I feel capable of incorporating the kinds of techniques I'm learning in my professional development   The types of professional development available to me are consistent with my own professional goals   I have the opportunity to provide feedback to school leaders about my professional development experience to determine its value and impact  
United States 99.4   76.1   80.2   83.7   83.9   88.9   75.5   72.9  
                                 
Alabama 99.4   78.6   85.7   86.9   85.9   87.4   82.5   74.5  
Alaska 98.8   66.9   72.3   72.1   79.0   86.7   67.8   66.7  
Arizona 99.2   72.5   78.1   81.4   83.9   87.7   71.1   71.1  
Arkansas 99.9   87.7   85.0   88.7   88.8   90.2   81.5   79.5  
California 99.1   73.5   79.9   80.5   84.8   89.0   74.8   72.0  
                                 
Colorado 99.1   74.8   79.3   82.0   84.3   92.3   71.7   73.8  
Connecticut 99.4   60.6   71.1   75.8   72.5   82.0   61.7   68.6  
Delaware 99.8   74.3   77.7   83.4   80.2   85.9   68.7   70.7  
District of Columbia                
Florida 99.6   78.0   83.5   86.6   85.3   89.8   78.0   74.4  
                                 
Georgia 99.4   83.6   83.2   88.9   87.3   90.9   81.1   76.1  
Hawaii 97.8   73.0   78.0   87.1   87.2   90.8   78.4   70.5  
Idaho 99.7   74.3   79.6   84.8   86.6   90.5   78.3   73.5  
Illinois 99.7   77.1   81.8   88.0   87.6   91.1   79.2   76.7  
Indiana 99.5   77.2   80.9   82.3   83.6   89.7   75.9   71.2  
                                 
Iowa 100.0   76.1   79.8   86.3   84.5   87.7   70.3   66.7  
Kansas 100.0   77.3   81.5   87.1   85.0   87.6   76.8   73.8  
Kentucky 99.8   78.0   82.6   86.1   87.4   91.7   81.0   72.1  
Louisiana 99.1   74.7   80.7   81.9   82.7   84.9   72.9   70.4  
Maine 99.2   76.2   81.5   81.6   83.5   89.2   72.6   72.5  
                                 
Maryland                
Massachusetts 99.8   69.7   76.4   81.1   78.6   86.3   67.6   70.8  
Michigan 99.6   66.3   76.3   78.4   77.9   84.4   66.8   66.2  
Minnesota 99.9   80.7   84.5   87.6   85.4   91.3   78.7   74.1  
Mississippi 98.7   76.6   78.4   85.1   86.7   87.9   82.3   77.3  
                                 
Missouri 99.3   84.4   84.2   89.0   86.2   91.4   77.5   83.1  
Montana 99.3   74.3   78.8   77.5   85.5   89.5   77.0   70.5  
Nebraska 99.7   84.8   82.5   87.5   87.0   92.9   79.5   71.0  
Nevada 99.1   74.9   80.2   84.9   86.1   90.6   74.2   66.7  
New Hampshire 99.5   80.6   87.1   91.3   90.4   92.7   82.8   72.5  
                                 
New Jersey 99.8   76.0   76.1   82.2   79.6   87.3   71.0   71.3  
New Mexico 98.6   66.5   75.9   75.2   81.8   86.2   70.8   61.8  
New York 99.0   76.0   78.8   82.9   82.1   87.6   74.0   72.7  
North Carolina 99.3   73.2   78.8   85.5   84.5   89.9   75.6   73.5  
North Dakota 99.6   76.8   82.6   79.1   81.6   87.2   77.5   68.8  
                                 
Ohio 98.8   71.1   75.7   81.1   79.9   86.3   72.2   72.6  
Oklahoma 99.7   72.3   81.5   79.2   85.5   88.4   76.7   74.2  
Oregon 99.1   69.9   74.7   78.3   80.7   87.8   71.1   64.7  
Pennsylvania 99.5   73.3   80.6   80.6   79.4   86.8   70.2   71.3  
Rhode Island 99.3   60.7   69.9   73.2   74.6   85.9   68.5   60.3  
                                 
South Carolina 99.6   81.9   84.7   85.1   87.7   91.3   80.6   78.6  
South Dakota 98.9   77.4   83.1   80.2   84.2   87.5   75.8   71.9  
Tennessee 99.7   83.1   85.3   84.9   81.5   89.3   77.4   74.5  
Texas 99.8   79.8   80.4   84.5   86.7   90.0   80.6   76.0  
Utah 99.1   82.1   85.3   88.1   91.9   92.0   82.5   74.6  
                                 
Vermont 99.7   81.8   84.1   86.8   91.0   91.5   81.1   71.1  
Virginia 99.6   78.4   81.9   86.7   82.3   88.9   73.8   70.3  
Washington 99.1   72.1   76.1   83.3   85.5   91.1   75.0   70.5  
West Virginia 98.5   76.4   83.0   86.4   83.0   91.4   75.4   79.0  
Wisconsin 99.4   74.4   77.5   79.6   83.2   89.0   72.7   69.2  
Wyoming 99.2   78.4   81.0   84.6   84.2   86.5   72.2   71.9  
‡ Reporting standards not met. The response rate is below 50 percent.
NOTE: Response options included "strongly disagree," "somewhat disagree," "somewhat agree," and "strongly agree." Teachers who reported "somewhat agree," or "strongly agree" were considered to have reported that they "agreed" with different statements.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), "Public School Teacher Data File," 2017–18.