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Think Twice Weekly Report
March 5 - March 11, 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
Brookings Institution The power of teacher selection to improve education Report 3/11/2016
AEI Criticism misses this century's biggest education success story Commentary 3/10/2016
Brookings Institution Giving up on high school: How income inequality affects drop-out rates for America's poorest students Commentary 3/10/2016
Ed Next The Case for a Broader Approach to Education Commentary 3/10/2016
Fordham Institute Laying the foundation for the next decade of D.C. reform Commentary 3/10/2016
Fordham Institute One size may fit most, but certainly not the gifted and talented Commentary 3/10/2016
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States February 2016 Commentary 3/10/2016
TNTP How Newark is Paying Great Teachers What They’re Worth Commentary 3/10/2016
AEI When fancy new teacher-evaluation systems don’t make a difference Commentary 3/9/2016
AEI Do randomized control trials in education meet the 'gold standard'? Commentary 3/9/2016
Cato Institute Regulating School Choice: The Debate Continues Commentary 3/9/2016
Ed Next When Fancy New Teacher-Evaluation Systems Don’t Make a Difference Commentary 3/9/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 3/9/2016
Heartland Institute Senate Republicans Help Advance Obama Education Nominee Who Supports Common Core Commentary 3/9/2016
Lexington Institute Personalizing Learning to Narrow Achievement Gaps in Middletown, NY Presentation Slides 3/9/2016
Mackinack Center Healthy Charter Sector Belies Need for Commission, Extra Regulation Commentary 3/9/2016
Public Agenda Expanding Diversity in STEM Education Commentary 3/9/2016
Public Impact For Charter School Kids’ Sake, Prevent Authorizer Shopping Report 3/9/2016
AEI The South's school choice scars Commentary 3/8/2016
Cato Institute Hubris Core Commentary 3/8/2016
CRPE When Times Get Tough, States Must Double Down on Investments That Pay Off Commentary 3/8/2016
Fordham Institute Detroit is failing its students, and politicians are failing Detroit Commentary 3/8/2016
Heartland Institute More Tests Track Children’s Emotions Commentary 3/8/2016
Heartland Institute Illinois Gov. Rauner Backs Plan Eliminating Unfunded School Mandates Commentary 3/8/2016
TNTP Teachers Go Home to Get to Know Their Students Commentary 3/8/2016
Bellwether ESSA is a Win for Homeless Students Commentary 3/7/2016
Fordham Institute Whose America is it? Why I want my students to read Ta-Nehisi Coates but believe Lin-Manuel Miranda Commentary 3/7/2016
Fordham Institute Pencils down: What I learned from studying the quality of state tests Commentary 3/7/2016
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly Digest 3/7/2016
Heartland Institute Colorado School Choice Advocates Seek Funding Parity Commentary 3/7/2016
Heartland Institute Oklahoma Considering Bill Establishing Statewide ESA Program Commentary 3/7/2016
New America Foundation Beyond Ratings: Re-envisioning State Teacher Systems as Tools for Professional Growth Report 3/7/2016
New America Foundation Interview: How the WIDA Consortium Is Preparing Its 35 States Under ESSA Commentary 3/7/2016
Show-Me Institute The Kids Are Alright Commentary 3/7/2016
Ed Next Can Higher Standards Survive? Commentary 3/6/2016

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