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Think Twice Weekly Report
September 20 - September 26, 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
Center for American Progress Politics Threaten Efforts to Improve K-12 Education Report 9/26/2014
Center for American Progress The Cognitive Science Behind the Common Core Report 9/26/2014
CRPE The Long Road to Accountability Commentary 9/26/2014
Ed Next Broadening the Discussion of Good Schooling Commentary 9/26/2014
CRPE Feeling Our Way to Solid Ground Commentary 9/25/2014
Fordham Institute It’s time for Annenberg and AFT to be a little bit more “progressive” Commentary 9/25/2014
Heartland Institute Massive Online Classes Expand into K-12 Commentary 9/25/2014
Heritage Foundation S.C. High School Apologizes for Forcing Students to Remove American Flags on 9/11 Commentary 9/25/2014
Heritage Foundation Teachers Union Trying to Block School Choice Loses in Florida Court Commentary 9/25/2014
Students First Rethinking How We Support Teachers Commentary 9/25/2014
TNTP Return to Sender Commentary 9/25/2014
Cato Institute School Choice Safe in Florida…for Now Commentary 9/24/2014
CRPE Designing the Next Generation of State Education Accountability Systems: Results of a Working Meeting Commentary 9/24/2014
CRPE A New Start on Accountability Commentary 9/24/2014
Ed Next Amidst Edtech Horror Stories, Some Blended-Learning Schools Shine Commentary 9/24/2014
Ed Next Unions Praise Social Security, But Like Pensions Even More Commentary 9/24/2014
Fordham Institute Leveled reading: The making of a literacy myth Commentary 9/24/2014
Fordham Institute A new start on accountability Commentary 9/24/2014
Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly Digest 9/24/2014
Heartland Institute A Way out of Private Education Woes Commentary 9/24/2014
Public Agenda Focusing on Teacher Voice Commentary 9/24/2014
AEI Getting our history right Commentary 9/23/2014
ConnCAN New Report Calls For Fixes To School Funding Commentary 9/23/2014
Education Next It’s Time to Reimagine School Information Commentary 9/23/2014
Education Trust Schools That Dispel the Myth Video/Announcement 9/23/2014
Fordham Institute Montgomery County's elementary school curriculum: Where's the beef? Commentary 9/23/2014
Friedman Foundation Are Wisconsin Schools Safe? Commentary 9/23/2014
Hoover Institution How to Make Teachers More Like Doctors Commentary 9/23/2014
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Commentary 9/23/2014
New America Foundation Newsletter: Early Ed Update Commentary 9/23/2014
New America Foundation School Year Begins, States Enhance PreK-3rd Continuum with Race to the Top Funds Commentary 9/23/2014
School Choice Wisconsin Milwaukee School Safety-2014 Report 9/23/2014
StudentsFirst Not all 401K Plans Are Created Equal Commentary 9/23/2014
Third Way Facts Over Frenzy: Common Core is More Commonly Accepted Than You May Think Commentary 9/23/2014
TNTP The Leader My Students Deserve Commentary 9/23/2014
Cato Institute Education under the New Swedish Order Commentary 9/22/2014
Cato Institute How Common Are School Shootings? Commentary 9/22/2014
Ed Next Charter School Teachers Subsidize State Pension Plans Commentary 9/22/2014
Ed Next Look to Course Access to Expand Students’ Horizons Commentary 9/22/2014
Education Trust Questioning the Deficit Commentary 9/22/2014
Education Trust Watching New Teachers Commentary 9/22/2014
Fordham Institute Poised for Progress: Analysis of Ohio's School Report Cards 2013-14 Report 9/22/2014
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Commentary 9/22/2014
Show-Me Institute I Am Somebody … Who Has a Choice Commentary 9/22/2014
Heritage Foundation Why Is Almost Every Teacher in Denver Getting Performance Bonuses? Commentary 9/21/2014
Hoover Institution How the Education Spendthrifts Get Away With It Commentary 9/21/2014
New America Foundation Unfinished Business in the U.S. Senate Commentary 9/20/2014
Education Sector It’s Getting Harder and Harder to Attract Talent Into the Teaching Profession. Nope, That’s Not What Evidence Suggests Commentary 9/19/2014
Friedman Foundation Friday Freakout: Is Federal School Choice Best for Americans? Commentary 9/19/2014
New America Foundation Budgets, Children, and Political Priorities Commentary 9/19/2014

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