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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 15 - October 21, 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
Education Sector The AT&T Teacher Retention Strategy Commentary on teacher pensions 10/21/11
Thomas B Fordham Institute Halting a Runaway Train: Reforming Teacher Pensions for the 21st Century Report 10/20/11
Thomas B Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly bulletin 10/20/11
Illinois Policy Institute New Technology for Old Problems "Policy Point" - not research; more or less advocacy for Digital Learning Council 10/20/11
Progressive Policy Institute Senate Guts School Accountability Commentary on ESEA reauthorization 10/20/11
Center for American Progress Fighting the War on Poverty with Early Childhood Education Commentary on early childhood education 10/20/11
Education Sector ESEA mark-up: Bill moved from committee, 15-7 Summary of ESEA mark-up 10/20/11
Thomas B Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Bi-weekly bulletin 10/19/11
Thomas B Fordham Institute Responding (reluctantly) to the Think Tank Review Project Blog post in reply to Lee review of Fordham/NWEA report 10/19/11
EdTrust Bipartisan Coalition Opposes ESEA Reauthorization Bill Commentary on ESEA reauthorization 10/19/11
Lexington Institute Keeping It Real - Chicago Teachers Union Style Commentary 10/18/11
Mackinac Center Weekly Michigan Education Digest Weekly education digest 10/18/11
Education Next Jeb Bush, Melinda Gates, Sal Khan and the Coming Digital Learning Battle Paul Peterson commentary on digital learning 10/17/11
Reason Foundation Universal Charter Schools in New Orleans Commentary on NOLA, charter schools and NAPCS annual report 10/17/11

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