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Think Twice Weekly Report
July 7 - July 13, 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
Heartland Institute Daily School Reform News Roundup, July 9 to 13 Commentary 7/13/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly Digest 7/12/2012
Illinois Policy Institute In Black and White: Mike Feinberg, co-founder, KIPP Commentary 7/12/2012
George W. Bush Presidential Institute The Achievement Gap is an Expectations Gap Commentary 7/12/2012
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice Indiana Voucher Schools Score High on 2012 ISTEP+ Press Release 7/12/2012
Cato Institute Class Size, Dropouts, & the Windy Atlantic Commentary 7/12/2012
AEI Urban districts' improvement on NAEP linked to organizational reforms Commentary 7/12/2012
StudentsFirst CAP Report: Students Say Schools are Letting Them Down, Not Providing High-quality Lessons Commentary 7/11/2012
Education Next Straight Up Conversation: New National Charter Alliance Chief Nina Rees Commentary 7/11/2012
Cato Institute School Choice Right Focus for African Americans Commentary 7/11/2012
Buckeye Institute The Myth of State Education Cuts Commentary 7/11/2012
Mackinac Center for Public Policy Michigan Education Digest Weekly Digest 7/10/2012
Center for American Progress Interactive Map: How Much Are Students Learning? Interactive Map 7/10/2012
Cato Institute Teachers Unions Are But a Symptom of the Disease Commentary 7/10/2012
Center for American Progress Do Schools Challenge Our Students? Report 7/10/2012
Center on Education Policy Special Reports on School Improvement Grants Report 7/10/2012
EdSector Trending Toward Reform: Teachers Speak on Unions and the Future of the Profession Report 7/10/2012
Hoover Institution Bill Evers on the Rod Arquette Show (at 1:15:32) Radio Show 7/9/2012

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