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Think Twice Weekly Report
September 10 - September 16, 2011

The Think Twice Weekly Report is a compilation of education-related articles and reports posted each week by the think tanks monitored as part of the Think Twice think tank review project funded by the Great Lakes Center for Education Research and Practice.

Think Tank Title Type Release Date
Fordham Institute Review: Incomplete: How Middle Class Schools Aren't Making the Grade From the Weekly Gadfly 9/15/2011
EdTrust The Education Trust Statement on New Senate Bills to Amend Elementary and Secondary Education Act Press Release 9/15/2011
Heartland Institute Florida Policies Create Charter School Boom Commentary 9/15/2011
Buckeye Institute STRS Misleads Taxpayers and Teachers Press Release 9/14/2011
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice ABCs of School Choice: 2011 Mid-Year Update Featured story 9/14/2011
Mackinac Center Jalen Rose: An Education Entrepreneur Commentary w/ video 9/142011
Lexington Institute Effective English Language Policies Promote Economic and Educational Growth for Pennsylvania Testimony before PA House of Representatives 9/14/2011
Heartland Institute Michigan Legislators Weigh Parent Trigger, Charter Expansion Commentary 9/14/2011
Heartland Institute House Passes Charter Expansion, First of Five NCLB Bills Commentary 9/14/2011
Center for Education Policy Common Core State Standards: Progress and Challenges in School Districts' Implementation Descriptive summary of CC implementation/adoption 9/14/2011
EdTrust Getting it Right: Crafting Federal Accountability for Higher Student Performance and a Stronger America Report 9/13/2011
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Commentary 9/13/2011
Heartland Institute Innovative Schools Shift Seat-Centered Academics Commentary 9/13/2011
Third Way Incomplete: How Middle Class Schools Aren't Making the Grade Report 9/12/2011

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