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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 25 - March 2, 2012

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
ConnCAN ESEA waiver means passing SB 24 is a must Commentary 3/2/2012
Cato Institute Common Core Supporter: Maybe Opposition Not Paranoia Commentary 3/2/2012
Buckeye Institute School Choice Should Save Traditional Schools Money Commentary 3/1/2012
Cato Institute Cap on Arizona Education Tax Credit Program Doubled Commentary 3/1/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 3/1/2012
Center for Reinventing Public Education New Director for CRPE Announcement 3/1/2012
Thomas B Fordham Institute The war against the Common Core Commentary 3/1/2012
Mackinac Center Remove Needless Mandates on Teachers Commentary 3/1/2012
Heartland Institute Iowa Legislators Whittle Down Governor's Reform Plan Commentary 3/1/2012
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice The Fiscal Effects of School Choice Programs on Public School Districts Report 2/29/2012
Center of the American Experiment School Choice: Doesn't Hurt, Often Helps Commentary 2/29/2012
Heartland Institute Virginia House Loosens K-12 Teacher Tenure Commentary 2/29/2012
American Enterprise Institute Triggering reform at public schools Commentary 2/28/2012
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Commentary 2/28/2012
Reason Foundation In Louisiana the education money will REALLY follow the child. Commentary 2/28/2012
Department of Education Reform, U Arkansas Milwaukee Parental Choice Program, final reports Report 2/27/2012
Thomas B Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Commentary 2/24/2012
EdTrust The Cruel Divide: How California's Education Finance System Shortchanges its Poorest School Districts Report 2/23/2012

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