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Think Twice Weekly Report
December 3 - December 9, 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 Next The Euro and the Common Core Commentary 12/9/2011
Heartland Institute Study: Ohio's 'Excellent' School Ratings a Farce Commentary and summary of other research 12/9/2011
Center for Education Policy State High School Tests: Changes in State Policies and the Impact of the College and Career Readiness Movement Report 12/8/2011
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Weekly Gadfly Weekly 12/8/2011
American Enterprise Institute How many hours do public school teachers really work? Commentary 12/8/2011
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice Poll Finds New Mexico Voters Support Private School Choice Poll Results 12/8/2011
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Charter Incubation as a Strategy for Improving the Charter School Sector Report 12/7/2011
American Enterprise Institute Eight reasons public school teachers aren't underpaid Commentary 12/7/2011
EdTrust New NAEP Results Show Highs and Lows in Urban Districts Commentary 12/7/2011
Hoover Institution Ask the Experts: Bill Evers Video of Event 12/7/2011
Mackinac Center Charters Increase Special-Ed Enrollment Commentary 12/7/2011
Center for American Progress Race and Beyond: We Need Diversity in Education Commentary 12/6/2011
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Weekly 12/6/2011
Hudson Institute Living with the Gates Foundation Video of Event 12/6/2011
Center for Reinventing Public Education Are Charter School Unions Worth the Bargain? Report 12/5/2011
American Enterprise Institute How to rescue education reform Commentary 12/5/2011
Mackinac Center The Difference With Charter Schools Commentary 12/2/2011


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