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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 13 - October 19, 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
CRPE Principal Concerns: Iowa May Face Statewide Demand Report 10/19/2012
EdSector Should Students “Grade Teachers”? Commentary 10/19/2012
Heartland Institute Daily Top Ten School Reform News Roundup, Oct. 15 to 19 Weekly Digest 10/19/2012
Public Impact Teacher Pay and Career Advancement Commentary 10/19/2012
American Enterprise Institute Five myths about education Commentary 10/18/2012
Education Next What Are the Right Schools of Experience for Teachers in New Schools? Commentary 10/18/2012
Hoover Institution Moe talks about the future of teachers’ unions Video 10/18/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Chartering the future Commentary 10/18/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly Digest 10/18/2012
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Asking Students about Teaching Report 10/17/2012
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Passion vs. pirates Commentary 10/17/2012
Cato Institute France to Ban School Homework Commentary 10/16/2012
Illinois Policy Institute Dispelling the class size myth Commentary 10/16/2012
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Weekly digest 10/16/2012
American Enterprise Institute Chicago fails its students Commentary 10/15/2012
Education Next First, We Need a Brand New K–12 System Commentary 10/15/2012
Education Next As Digital Learning Draws New Users, Transformation Will Occur Commentary 10/15/2012
Mackinac Center Nearly 80 Percent of School Districts Appear in Violation of Michigan's Merit-Pay Law Press Release 10/15/2012
Public Impact Redesigning Schools Commentary 10/15/2012
StudentsFirst Empowering Parents with the Information They Need - School Report Cards Commentary 10/15/2012

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