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Think Twice Weekly Report
July 21 - July 27, 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
Center for American Progress No Child Left Behind Waivers Report 7/27/2012
Center for American Progress No Child Left Behind Waivers Infographic Infographic 7/27/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Twenty-first-century skills, part II: What would Ben Franklin say? Commentary 7/27/2012
Education Next The Credit Recovery Scam Commentary 7/27/2012
Heritage Institute Daily School Reform News Roundup, July 23 to 27 Weekly digest 7/27/2012
Heritage Institute District Must Accept Parent Trigger Petition, California Judge Rules Commentary 7/27/2012
Mackinac Center Detroit Charters Outperform DPS Commentary 7/27/2012
Ed Sector Some Assembly Required: Building a Better Accountability System for California Report 7/26/2012
George W. Bush Institute Efficiency and Productivity Issues in the Texas Public School System Report 7/26/2012
Education Net Alexander v. Spellings on the Federal Role in Education: A Viewer's Guide Commentary 7/26/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute The Louisiana teacher union employs a shameful tactic to stop school vouchers Commentary 7/26/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekyl digest 7/26/2012
American Enterprise Institute The Market for Teacher Voice Commentary 7/25/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Will Common Core usher in a return to content-driven instruction? Commentary 7/25/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Bi-weekly digest 7/25/2012
American Enterprise Institute A tale of two schools: What New York Department of Education is getting right Commentary 7/24/2012
ConnCAN 2011 Annual Report Annual Report 7/24/2012
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Weekly digest 7/24/2012
Manhattan Institute The Curriculum Reformation Commentary 7/24/2012
StudentsFirst Let's Compete Commentary 7/24/2012
StudentsFirst Redirecting 'Master Bump' Funding Would Boost Resources Dedicated to Students Commentary 7/24/2012
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice Friedman Foundation Responds to the Accountability Rules for New Louisiana Voucher Program Press release 7/23/2012

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