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Think Twice Weekly Report
April 2 - April 8, 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
AEI What teachers of the year have to say about federal education policy Commentary 4/8/2016
Center of the American Experiment Mayhem in the Classroom Commentary 4/8/2016
Friedman Foundation Friday Freakout: The Straussification of Public Education Commentary 4/8/2016
Heritage Foundation Corruption Charges in Detroit Schools Spur Calls for Education Reform Commentary 4/8/2016
Lexinginton Institute Innovating to Accelerate Gains at Truesdell Education Campus in Washington, DC Commentary 4/8/2016
New America Foundation Refugees and Early Childhood Education Commentary 4/8/2016
AEI Celebrating a century of advocacy masquerading as education research Commentary 4/7/2016
AEI Lessons from the Bubble Quiz #2: The bubbliest zip codes for growing up Commentary 4/7/2016
AEI The first steps to sustainable school choice in Maryland Commentary 4/7/2016
Brookings Institution Federally-supported education research doesn't need a do-over Commentary 4/7/2016
Brookings Institution Don't grade schools on character skills Commentary 4/7/2016
Brookings Institution Information, not money, is the key to improving education Commentary 4/7/2016
Fordham Institute Career and Technical Education in High School: Does It Improve Student Outcomes? Report 4/7/2016
Heartland Institute Florida Parents Judge Schools Better than Test Scores Do Commentary 4/7/2016
New America Foundation Reading Recovery Program Closing Literacy Gap for Early Readers Commentary 4/7/2016
TNTP Community Engagement as Relationship Building Commentary 4/7/2016
Ed Next How Friedrichs Saved Public Sector Unions – But Not In the Way You Think Commentary 4/6/2016
Fordham Institute Dispelling the myths around gifted education Commentary 4/6/2016
Fordham Institute If Republican legislatures drown in Trump's wake, so might education reform Commentary 4/6/2016
Fordham Institute Trump's rise is a wake-up call for education reformers Commentary 4/6/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 4/6/2016
Heartland Institute America's Once Great School System Corrupted by Dewey, Ayers, and Obama Commentary 4/6/2016
AEI How high K-12 standards are like a crazy hitchhiker talking about 7-Minute Abs Commentary 4/5/2016
Center for American Progress How Much Can High-Quality Universal Pre-K Reduce Achievement Gaps? Report 4/5/2016
CRPE Roots of Engagement in Baton Rouge: How Community Is Shaping the Growth of New School Options Report 4/5/2016
Fordham Institute "Culturally relevant pedagogy" limits minority students Commentary 4/5/2016
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States March 2016 Commentary 4/5/2016
Gates Foundation The Power of Time: How Teachers in Fresno Are Owning Their Professional Learning Commentary 4/5/2016
TNTP Is Georgia Cutting Tests for the Right Reasons? Commentary 4/5/2016
Fordham Institute Local control versus state obligation Commentary 4/4/2016
Fordham Institute Let's ensure that all kids have access to gifted programs in Illinois Commentary 4/4/2016
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 4/4/2016
Heartland Institute Feds Want States To Quell Anti-Testing Uprising Commentary 4/4/2016
Heartland Institute West Virginia Eases Homeschooling Paperwork Rules Commentary 4/4/2016
Ed Next Who's to Blame? Public School Districts’ Pension Dilemma Commentary 4/3/2016

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