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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 28 - November 2, 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
Brookings Institution Outcomes and challenges in US cities with public school choice Announcement 11/2/2017
Brookings Institution The past, present, and future of democratic education in America Announcement 11/2/2017
Brookings Institution State plans under the Every Student Succeeds Act: Where is the research? Commentary 11/2/2017
Fordham Institute Speaking from experience: A radically accelerated gifted student Commentary 11/2/2017
New America Foundation States, Not Publishers, Driving Innovation in the Curriculum Marketplace Commentary 11/2/2017
New America Foundation Cultivating the Young Artist Builds Skills for Success Commentary 11/2/2017
Bellwether Three Education Implications to Consider on the 500th Anniversary of Reformation Commentary 11/1/2017
Brookings Institution The education melting pot Commentary 11/1/2017
CRPE Making School Choice Work for Families: DC School Reform Now’s High Quality Schools Campaign Report 11/1/2017
Ed Choice This Flexible, Customized Education Model Will Change Your Perception of Private Schools Commentary 11/1/2017
Ed Next Why the Education Status Quo Cannibalizes New Ideas — and What to Do About It Commentary 11/1/2017
Ed Trust ExtraOrdinary Districts: Episode 1 – How Do We Know Which School Districts are ExtraOrdinary? Podcast 11/1/2017
Ed Trust ExtraOrdinary Districts: Lexington Part 1 – Secrets of a High-Performing School District Podcast 11/1/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 11/1/2017
George W. Bush Institute The "A" Word: Why Accountability Matters and How to Improve It Commentary 11/1/2017
Heartland Institute South Carolina On Brink Of Expanding School Choice Program Commentary 11/1/2017
Heartland Institute How A Teachers Union Is Protecting A Violent Antifa Radical Commentary 11/1/2017
Heartland Institute High Court Could Boost School Choice Commentary 11/1/2017
Show-Me Institute School Choice For Me, But Not For Thee: Part 5 Commentary 11/1/2017
Bellwether Supporting Teachers and Leaders in Minnesota and Beyond Commentary 11/1/2017
Brookings Institution Teaching problem solving: Let students get 'stuck' and 'unstuck' Commentary 10/31/2017
Center of the American Experiment Teacher Reveals Required English Course Aims to Eradicate White Privilege at Edina High Commentary 10/31/2017
Center on Education Policy Little Evidence and Big Consequences: Understanding Special Education Voucher Programs Report 10/31/2017
Ed Next Without the Right Curriculum, Personalized Learning Is Just Another Fad Commentary 10/31/2017
Ed Trust Helping Students Get the Great Teachers They Deserve Commentary 10/31/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: The Need For Universal ESAS In New Hampshire Commentary 10/31/2017
Show-Me Institute Show-Me Now! School Choice = More Control Video 10/31/2017
AEI Bullying kindergarteners? How not to teach social issues in school | In 60 seconds Video 10/30/2017
Center of the American Experiment What Counts as a “Crisis” at the Teachers’ Pension Funds? Commentary 10/30/2017
Ed Next Online Schooling: Who Is Harmed and Who Is Helped? Commentary 10/30/2017
New America Foundation New Report Shares Lessons on Pre-K Teacher Compensation Parity Policies Commentary 10/30/2017
New America Foundation Two New Surveys of Parents Come with Surprises for Early Ed Commentary 10/30/2017
Show-Me Institute Attendance Matters Commentary 10/30/2017
WILL WILL Blog | Don’t Give Up On The Free Market When It Comes To School Choice Commentary 10/30/2017
University of Arkansas School Choice Success: Match or Merit? Report 10/2/2017
University of Arkansas Gendered Ambition: Career Advancement in Public Schools Report 10/2/2017
University of Arkansas You Can’t Always Get What You Want: Using “Broken Lotteries” to Check the Validity of Charter School Evaluations using Matching Designs Report 10/2/2017
University of Arkansas Educational Attainment Effects of Public and Private School Choice Report 10/2/2017

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