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Think Twice Weekly Report
June 3 - June 9, 2017

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
Ed Next Picturing Trump as the School Choice Guy Commentary 6/8/2017
Fordham Institute Federalism supports a national culture of innovation, particularly in education Commentary 6/8/2017
New America Foundation Contours of the Field: Equitable Representation of English Learners in Special Education Commentary 6/8/2017
Cato Institute Education Dollars Should Matter—but Do They? Commentary 6/7/2017
Center of the American Experiment The Educational Value of Beautiful and Physically Demanding Things Commentary 6/7/2017
Ed Next The Politics & Partisanship of America’s Education Reform Debate: A Growing Blue-Red Divide Commentary 6/7/2017
Ed Next Three Ways Charters Reform and Improve Our Schools Commentary 6/7/2017
Heartland Institute Thousands Of School-choice Hungry Families Left Empty-handed In Nevada Commentary 6/7/2017
NCTQ Unpacking Secondary Certification: How States Fail Licensing Tests Commentary 6/7/2017
New America Foundation Southeast is Fastest Growing Region for English Learners Commentary 6/7/2017
AEI It’s easy to become ‘The Man’ Commentary 6/6/2017
Ed Choice School choice the fastest track to integration Commentary 6/6/2017
Education Trust Diversity Offers a Clear Path to Brighter Futures for All Children Commentary 6/6/2017
Fordham Institute Tear down these walls: How suburban districts could help more needy kids Commentary 6/6/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 6/6/2017
AEI Discussing his book “Letters to a Young Education Reformer”: Hess on Radio Free Hillsdale 101.7 FM Radio 6/5/2017
Bellwether Relationships Matter: How States Can Include Teacher-Student Interaction in ECE and ESSA Plans Commentary 6/5/2017
Cato Institute Governments Shouldn’t Even Fund Schools Commentary 6/5/2017
Ed Choice BRIEF: School Choice in the States, May 2017 Commentary 6/5/2017
Ed Next Profiting from Educational Choice? Commentary 6/5/2017
Fordham Institute If not us, who will make humans human? If not now, a new generation of fragile families looms. Commentary 6/5/2017
Fordham Institute Interdistrict Open Enrollment in Ohio: Participation and Student Outcomes Report 6/5/2017
New America Foundation Relationships Matter: How States Can Include Teacher-Child Interactions in ECE and ESSA Plans Commentary 6/5/2017
Public Impact How to Lead and Achieve Instructional Excellence Commentary 6/5/2017
Center for American Progress Are Trump and DeVos Waging a War on Teachers? Commentary 6/4/2017
Fordham Institute Civil rights and private schools: An explainer Commentary 6/4/2017
Fordham Institute What Betsy DeVos should say about vouchers, LGBT rights, and religious liberty Commentary 6/4/2017
Heartland Institute Will Public Schools Survive If Blaine Amendments Don’t? Commentary 6/4/2017
Heartland Institute Anti-Trumpism In The Classroom At Butler Commentary 6/4/2017

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