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Think Twice Weekly Report
November 12 - November 18, 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
Cato Institute At Least as Good at a Fraction of the Cost? Some "Flop"! Commentary 11/18/2016
Ed Choice Top 5 Ways the New White House Can Support School Choice for Families Commentary 11/18/2016
Ed Next Does Attending a Specialized High School Make a Difference? Commentary 11/18/2016
Ed Next Education Is So Far Left, It Can't Really See the Right Commentary 11/18/2016
Heartland Institute Atlanta Superintendent Praises School Choice Commentary 11/18/2016
Bellwether #EP2016: Education Pioneers 2016 National Conference Commentary 11/17/2016
Ed Choice The Private School Landscape Report 11/17/2016
Ed Choice Breaking Down "The Private School Landscape" Report Commentary 11/17/2016
Education Trust #TeachDiverse: Black Teachers for More Than Just Black Students Commentary 11/17/2016
Fordham Institute Uniting Latinos behind school reform Commentary 11/17/2016
Heartland Institute The Results Are In: What Will Education Policy Look Like Going Forward? Commentary 11/17/2016
New America Foundation 5 Questions about the Education Implications of the 2016 Elections Commentary 11/17/2016
New America Foundation Early Math Skills Crucial to Children's Learning Commentary 11/17/2016
TNTP Pushing Students from Learning to Leading Commentary 11/17/2016
WILL Will Press Release | Alerts MPS To Potential Lawsuit Over Failure To Provide Transportation For St. Joan Antida High School Students Commentary 11/17/2016
CRPE Incomplete Reform in Baltimore: An Interview with CRPE research director Betheny Gross Commentary 11/16/2016
CRPE Will the New Administration Love School Choice to Death? Commentary 11/16/2016
Ed Choice The Next Accountability Part 4: Who We Are Commentary 11/16/2016
Fordham Institute More wins than losses for education reform in a tumultuous election year, especially in NY Commentary 11/16/2016
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 11/16/2016
Heartland Institute Cheerleading For School Choice Not As Important As Selecting Supportive Jurists Commentary 11/16/2016
Heartland Institute Alabama's First Charter School To Open In 2017 Commentary 11/16/2016
Heartland Institute Milwaukee Zoning Board Denies Permit For School For At-Risk Boys Commentary 11/16/2016
New America Foundation Teachers Should Tell the Truth About Trump Commentary 11/16/2016
New America Foundation Teacher Shortage? Depends Who You Ask Commentary 11/16/2016
New America Foundation LEAP-ing from Legislation to Implementation for Minnesota's Dual Language Learners Commentary 11/16/2016
AEI Filling the dozen top jobs in Trump's Department of Education Commentary 11/15/2016
Bellwether The Charter Model Goes to Preschool Commentary 11/15/2016
Fordham Institute High Stakes for High Schoolers: State Accountability in the Age of ESSA, Part II Report 11/15/2016
Heartland Institute Most Millenials Favor School Choice, Survey Finds Commentary 11/15/2016
Heartland Institute U.S. Education Secretary Faces Backlash For Criticizing Homeschooling Commentary 11/15/2016
Education Trust Stop Blaming Students Commentary 11/14/2016
Heartland Institute New York Makes Tweaks To Common Core State Standards Commentary 11/14/2016
New America Foundation What American Greatness Means: The Presidential Election and Dual Language Learners Commentary 11/14/2016
New America Foundation No, Donald Trump Will Not Eliminate the Department of Education Commentary 11/14/2016
Heritage Foundation 3 Ways the Trump Administration Can Improve Education Commentary 11/13/2016
Heartland Institute Common Core's Benefits To Students Remain Elusive, Study Finds Commentary 11/12/2016
Fordham Institute When it comes to fighting for kids, Hillary will be a voice in my head Commentary 11/10/2016

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