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Teacher PD credits in YOUR state or country What are they called where you teach?

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Full Member
1 year ago
Teacher professional development credits go by different names, depending on your state and country.

Sometimes they're called CEUs, or clock hours, or seat time, or specific to a state's law such as ACT48 in Pennsyvlania.

What are teacher PD credits called in your school or district?

Thanks!
Basic Member
1 year ago
The are called PD Hours here. We are required to have 30/year.
Full Member
1 year ago
In Illinois, they are called CPDUs.
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1 year ago
Where I teach in Massachusetts, they're called PDs.
Full Member
1 year ago
In Wisconsin we have professional development on a weekly basis and no individual credits to turn in.
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1 year ago
In my county they are called PLU's. Professional Learning Units.
Basic Member
1 year ago
They call them CEUs in my district. (continuing education units)
Basic Member
1 year ago
Continuing Education or CE, Putnam County, WV
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1 year ago
In MN they are CEU (continuing education units). We are required to do 125 hours every 5 years.
Full Member
1 year ago
In Illinois, CPDUs. Each unit equals one hour of training time.

A Teacher Institute Day would run 6 hours or 6 CPDUs.
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