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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 13 - February 19, 2016

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 of the American Experiment A Weak of Education News Commentary 2/18/2016
Fordham Institute A culturally rich curriculum can improve minority student achievement Commentary 2/18/2016
Fordham Institute A conversation with our content leads Commentary 2/18/2016
Heartland Institute Vouchers Are Everywhere. What Next? Commentary 2/18/2016
New America Foundation Scholars Debate the State of Early Childhood Research Commentary 2/18/2016
Public Impact Hiring Turnaround Leaders Under ESSA-New Training Commentary 2/18/2016
AEI Do randomized control trials in education meet the 'gold standard'? Announcement 2/17/2016
Bellwether State Legislatures Attack Student Growth in Teacher Evaluation Commentary 2/17/2016
Ed Next The Future of Friedrichs Commentary 2/17/2016
Fordham Institute Fictionalizing education reform Commentary 2/17/2016
Fordham Institute Steering and rowing in the age of ESSA Commentary 2/17/2016
Fordham Institute School policies have gotten smarter in the decade after No Child Left Behind Commentary 2/17/2016
Fordham Institute New Common Core assessments measure the most important content in the standards Commentary 2/17/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 2/17/2016
Gates Foundation The Importance of Teacher Insight in Design of Digital Instructional Tools Commentary 2/17/2016
Heartland Institute What Passes for Anti-School Choice Rhetoric is Frightening Commentary 2/17/2016
New America Foundation K-12 Education Won't Matter in the 2016 Elections Commentary 2/17/2016
New America Foundation Starting Early, Starting Right with Dual Language Learners Commentary 2/17/2016
TNTP Helping Students Confront Obstacles Beyond Academics Commentary 2/17/2016
AEI Education and the election Commentary 2/16/2016
AEI Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association: Gerard Robinson on KRQE News 13 Video 2/16/2016
AEI The Every Student Succeeds Act and what lies ahead Commentary 2/16/2016
AEI There’s nothing magical about pre-K Commentary 2/16/2016
Cato Institute Oklahoma Supreme Court Upholds School Choice Commentary 2/16/2016
ConnCAN Jennifer Alexander Testifies Before The Joint Committee On Appropriations Commentary 2/16/2016
Fordham Institute States: Don’t leave K–3 accountability behind under ESSA Commentary 2/16/2016
Fordham Institute Designing accountability systems to avoid NCLB-era mistakes Commentary 2/16/2016
Fordham Institute ESSA Accountability Design Competition: My big takeaways Commentary 2/16/2016
Friedman Foundation ESSA and What it Means for School Choice Commentary 2/16/2016
Heartland Institute Honest School Information Crucial for School Choice Commentary 2/16/2016
Pioneer Institute Fordham's PARCC v. MCAS Report Falls Short Commentary 2/16/2016
ConnCAN The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): Implications For Connecticut Commentary 2/15/2016
Ed Next From Evidence-based Programs to an Evidence-based System: Opportunities Under the Every Student Succeeds Act Commentary 2/15/2016
Heartland Institute 'Big Data' Tries to Zero Out Parents in Common Core Review Commentary 2/15/2016

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