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Think Twice Weekly Report
June 11 - June 17, 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
Fordham Institute Jeanne makes it manifest Commentary 6/17/2016
Fordham Institute Repairing the charter marketplace Commentary 6/17/2016
Public Agenda Engaging Ideas - 6/17 Commentary 6/17/2016
AEI Innovate and Evaluate: Expanding the Research Base for Competency-Based Education Report 6/16/2016
Bellwether Too Many States Are Celebrating a “Better than Nothing” Education for Incarcerated Students Commentary 6/16/2016
Ed Next The Disconnect Between Changing Test Scores and Changing Later Life Outcomes Strikes Again Commentary 6/16/2016
Friedman Foundation A Teacher Who Approves of School Choice? Commentary 6/16/2016
Heartland Institute Group Campaigns to Reverse Cuts to Louisiana School Voucher Program Commentary 6/16/2016
New America Foundation The #StateofWomen in Early Childhood Education Commentary 6/16/2016
New America Foundation Alaska to the Department: We’ll Take Your Money, But Not Your Oversight Commentary 6/16/2016
Show-Me Institute A Setback In The Fight Against Blaine Amendments Commentary 6/16/2016
Brookings Institution Are school internet connections fast enough to support personalized learning? Commentary 6/15/2016
Ed Next School Choice as an Antipoverty Strategy Commentary 6/15/2016
Ed Next School Reform Is the New Ed. School Commentary 6/15/2016
Ed Next Personalized Learning and Sound Curriculum—Two Sides of the Same Coin Commentary 6/15/2016
Fordham Institute Why Tom Loveless is wrong about NAEP achievement levels Commentary 6/15/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 6/15/2016
Gates Foundation Rethinking 12th Grade: Making the Most of Senior Year to Prepare All Students for Postsecondary Success Commentary 6/15/2016
Heartland Institute Research Shows School Choice Benefits More Than Just Conservatives Commentary 6/15/2016
Heartland Institute Pennsylvania Charter School Reform Progress Remains Slow Commentary 6/15/2016
AEI Education policy plays hooky Commentary 6/14/2016
Cato Institute NH Governor Vetoes School Choice Bill Commentary 6/14/2016
Ed Next Russ Whitehurst Throws Cold Water on the Grit Craze, But Is the Water Too Cold? Commentary 6/14/2016
Fordham Institute Four approaches to ESSA accountability Commentary 6/14/2016
Heartland Institute Maryland Approves $5 Million for Low-Income Students’ Education Scholarships Commentary 6/14/2016
TNTP In Denver, a District and Local Universities Unite to Recruit New Teachers Commentary 6/14/2016
ALEC Changing Lives Across Multiple Measures: School Choice Delivers By Metrics of Parents and Regulators Commentary 6/13/2016
Brookings Institution The NAEP proficiency myth Commentary 6/13/2016
Ed Next More on Soft Skills: Time to Flit the Grit Commentary 6/13/2016
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 6/13/2016
Heartland Institute Utah Governor Reverses Position on Common Core Commentary 6/13/2016
Heartland Institute Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program Under Attack Led by Teachers Union Commentary 6/13/2016
New America Foundation Deepening Discussion of STEM for Young Learners, Part 1 Commentary 6/13/2016
New America Foundation What the Civil Rights Data Tell Us About Early Learners Commentary 6/13/2016
University of Arkansas Who is More Free? A Comparison of the Decision-Making of Private and Public School Principals Report 6/13/2016
CRPE Grappling With Discipline in Autonomous Schools: New Approaches From D.C. and New Orleans Report 6/8/2016

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