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Think Twice Weekly Report
July 2 - July 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 Charter schools don’t really have a suspension problem Commentary 7/7/2016
Bellwether Could Potential Trump Education Plan Make Inequality Greater Again? Commentary 7/7/2016
Bellwether Want School Districts to Do Less? Build Better Systems to Support Children and Families. Commentary 7/7/2016
Brookings Institute Really the end of average? Commentary 7/7/2016
Brookings Institute Thinking differently in education to deliver breadth of skills Commentary 7/7/2016
Cato Institute What Do We Know about Education? Commentary 7/7/2016
Fordham Institute Evaluation of Ohio's EdChoice Scholarship Program: Selection, Competition, and Performance Effects Report 7/7/2016
Fordham Institute The accountability legacy of a hundred-year-old decision Commentary 7/7/2016
Fordham Institute Suspending belief Commentary 7/7/2016
Heartland Institute Time to Stop Pretending Tests Equal School Accountability Commentary 7/7/2016
Heartland Institute Gov. Christie Proposes New Jersey Charter School Reforms Commentary 7/7/2016
New America Foundation New Report Offers Five Focus Areas for High-Quality Pre-K Programs Commentary 7/7/2016
New America Foundation The Next Social Contract for Public Education Needs New Terms of Service Commentary 7/7/2016
Show-Me Institute A New School And Governance Model For The New School Year In Kansas City Commentary 7/7/2016
AEI Kevin Durant and the status of teachers Commentary 7/6/2016
Cato Institute Should Teachers Have to Pay for Gushing over Clinton? (Or Trump? Or Gary Johnson? Or…)? Commentary 7/6/2016
CRPE There Is More Than One Way to Grow Great Schools Commentary 7/6/2016
Ed Next No More Free Lunch for Education Policymakers and Researchers Commentary 7/6/2016
Education Trust Present in the Story of Student Absenteeism Commentary 7/6/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 7/6/2016
Fordham Institute Tradeoffs, not absolutes, on suspension and expulsion Commentary 7/6/2016
Fordham Institute Becky with the good education: A Twitter hashtag offers a surprising lesson in cultural literacy Commentary 7/6/2016
Fordham Institute Change minds, change policies, change practice Commentary 7/6/2016
Friedman Foundation The Next Accountability: Getting What We Want from Schools – Without Technocracy Commentary 7/6/2016
Heartland Institute North Carolina District Pays Parents to Represent Schools Commentary 7/6/2016
Heartland Institute ACT: Common Core Does Not Prepare Students for College Commentary 7/6/2016
Heartland Institute Judge Rules South Dakota’s Adoption of Common Core Tests Is Legal Commentary 7/6/2016
New America Foundation A Midsummer's Bill: 3 Take-Aways from the House Perkins Bill Commentary 7/6/2016
New America Foundation Putting Children First in Teacher Licensing Commentary 7/6/2016
Show-Me Institute Privatization: Still A Good Thing In Education Commentary 7/6/2016
TNTP Boys of Color Are "Becoming Extinct." This Bold Thinker Wants to Change That. Commentary 7/6/2016
AEI Too much gym class? Commentary 7/5/2016
Brookings Institute The future of parent involvement: Nagging other people’s children about school work Commentary 7/5/2016
Brookings Institute Online webinar: Year-one results of the world’s first development impact bond for education Webinar 7/5/2016
Ed Next What Will the Next Twenty-Five Years of Charter Schools Look Like? Commentary 7/5/2016
Ed Next Retirement Plans Don't Affect Teachers Until Teachers Are Ready to Retire Commentary 7/5/2016
Education Trust Want to Know How Well Students Are Performing in Your State? Check Out Our Updated Interactive Tool! Commentary 7/5/2016
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States June 2016 Commentary 7/5/2016
Heartland Institute Kansas Increases Funding to Avoid School Shutdown Commentary 7/5/2016
School Choice Wisconsin Sup. Tony Evers Contradicts Himself In Swipe At School Choice Press release 7/5/2016
Show-Me Institute Why Education Matters Commentary 7/5/2016
Center for American Progress Reimagine Teacher Preparation Report 6/24/2016

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