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Think Twice Weekly Report
January 4, 2014 - January 10, 2014

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
Ed Next Don’t Expect Schools of the Future to Be Here Tomorrow Commentary 1/10/2014
Friedman Foundation Friedman Foundation Responds to Diane Ravitch Commentary 1/10/2014
Heartland Institute Why Kids Need Tough Teachers Commentary 1/10/2014
AEI A promising solution for struggling schools Commentary 1/9/2014
AEI How teachers can best use tech Commentary 1/9/2014
Brookings Institute School Choice Is a Threat to the Status Quo Commentary 1/9/2014
Cato Institute Education Guns Fire Blanks in War on Poverty Commentary 1/9/2014
Education Trust Comparing States: Current Results and Gains Over Time Commentary 1/9/2014
Fordham Institute EDUCATION GADFLY WEEKLY Weekly digest 1/9/2014
Public Impact Charlotte to expand Opportunity Culture to almost half its schools Commentary 1/9/2014
Show-Me Institute More Money Needed For Common Core…I’m Not Surprised Commentary 1/9/2014
Show-Me Institute A Promising Path: Online/Blended Learning in Wisconsin’s K-12 Schools Announcement 1/9/2014
TNTP The 2014 State Policy To-Do List Commentary 1/9/2014
Brookings Institute The Value of School Choice: Release of the 2013 Education Choice and Competition Index, featuring a Conversation with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Commentary 1/8/2014
Brookings Institute The 2013 Education Choice and Competition Index Commentary 1/8/2014
Cato Institute Holder’s DOJ Wants a Veto over Parents’ Choice of School Commentary 1/8/2014
Commentary Administration’s Good Intentions Could Hurt Black Students’ Achievement Commentary 1/8/2014
Ed Next The Intelligence Of Education Elements Commentary 1/8/2014
Ed Next The “War on Poverty” and Me Commentary 1/8/2014
Ed Next Can’t Buy Me Love Commentary 1/8/2014
Fordham Foundation Happy Birthday #NCLB! Video 1/8/2014
Fordham Foundation Disparate distortions: Obama administration doublespeak undermines school discipline Commentary 1/8/2014
Fordham Foundation Resolve to be resolute Commentary 1/8/2014
Fordham Institute OHIO EDUCATION GADFLY BIWEEKLY Bi-weekly digest 1/8/2014
George W. Bush Institute Yes, Accountability Matters, and it Matters for Students, Teachers and Principals Commentary 1/8/2014
Mackinac Center Michigan Students Need Private School Choice Commentary 1/8/2014
New America Foundation Is There Room in the Pre-K Political Coalition For Critiques of the Pre-K Research Consensus? Commentary 1/8/2014
New America Foundation Ten PreK-12 Debates to Expect in 2014 Commentary 1/8/2014
Brookings Institute Learning about Learning in 2013: An Agenda for Action in 2014 Commentary 1/7/2014
Ed Next According to Its Pension System, D.C. Teacher Turnover Hasn’t Increased Commentary 1/7/2014
Friedman Foundation School Choice Signals: Research Review and Survey Experiments Report 1/7/2014
Friedman Foundation America's Favorite Education Reforms: Do They Treat a Symptom or the Cause? Commentary 1/7/2014
Friedman Foundation Support for School Choice Based on Political Affiliation and Race/Ethnicity Commentary 1/7/2014
Heartland Institute Oklahoma to Consider Another Common Core Repeal Bill Commentary 1/7/2014
Hoover Institution Why the U.S. Results on PISA Matter Commentary 1/7/2014
TNTP The Facts Need a Champion Commentary 1/7/2014
Brookings Institute This Week, Go to Brookings, With Congress! Announcement 1/6/2014
Ed Next NNSTOY’s Report on Teacher ‘Career Pathways’ Commentary 1/6/2014
Education Trust An Easy Tool for Comparing State Performance and Improvement Commentary 1/6/2014
Education Trust What It Takes for a High-Poverty School to be Successful Commentary 1/6/2014
Fordham Institute 10 education-policy (and a few grammar) resolutions for 2014 Commentary 1/6/2014
Fordham Institute The horror and hope of Camden Commentary 1/6/2014
Heritage Foundation Is Common Core Leaving Students Unprepared in Math and Science? Commentary 1/4/2014
Fordham Institute Five edu-reads to start the year off right Commentary 1/2/2014
Hoover Institution De Blasio should embrace charter schools: Column Commentary 1/1/2014
CRPE The Capacity Challenge: What It Takes for State Education Agencies to Support School Improvement Report 12/31/2013

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