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Think Twice Weekly Report
January 6 - 12, 2018

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 The "segregationist" attacks on charter schools are really attacks on black educational excellence Commentary 1/12/2018
Manhattan Institute Why 'Improved' Safety Stats Mean More Dangerous Schools Commentary 1/12/2018
Bellwether School Behind Bars: A Q&A with Nebraska’s Randy Farmer Commentary 1/11/2018
Brookings Institution and AIR Reaching Further and Learning More? Evaluating Public Impact's Opportunity Culture Initiative Report 1/11/2018
CRPE Collision Course: Embracing Politics to Succeed in District-Charter Collaboration Report 1/11/2018
Ed Next 5 Big Ideas for Education Innovation in 2018 Commentary 1/11/2018
EdChoice Series Roundup: An Interview with Dr. Bartley Danielsen about Urban Sprawl, the Environment and School Choice Podcast 1/11/2018
Heartland Institute Is Working Well Within A Group The Essence Of Education? Commentary 1/11/2018
Mackinac Center Many Michigan Families Sacrifice for Choice Commentary 1/11/2018
New America Foundation Rethinking English Learner Data: Illinois' Plans under the Every Student Succeeds Act Report 1/11/2018
AEI The 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings Commentary 1/10/2018
Center of the American Experiment Katherine Kersten Adds Explosive Follow-up to Her Investigation of Edina’s Public Schools Commentary 1/10/2018
CRPE The Unavoidable Politics of Education Reform Commentary 1/10/2018
EdChoice Struggling Schools, School Choice and the Fear of Gentrification Commentary 1/10/2018
Fordham Institute Parent-teacher conferences: Harder to get into than a Jimmy Buffett concert? Commentary 1/10/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 1/10/2018
Heartland Institute Schools, Like Government, Are Best In Small Packages Commentary 1/10/2018
Heartland Institute Ten State Solutions To Emerging Issues 2018 Report 1/10/2018
Heartland Institute ESAs Provide The Means To Make Dreams A Reality For NH Families Commentary 1/10/2018
Heartland Institute Mississippi Parents Cry ‘School Choice For All!’ Weekly digest 1/10/2018
AEI The 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence scoring rubric Commentary 1/9/2018
AEI Reinventing America’s schools | Viewpoint Video-interview 1/9/2018
Center for American Progress How to Reform Remedial Education Commentary 1/9/2018
EdChoice Why Do Experts Disagree on How to Approach Concentrated Poverty and Education? Commentary 1/9/2018
Fordham Institute Three biggest education innovation questions for 2018 Commentary 1/9/2018
Fordham Institute Six intriguing candidates for New York City schools chancellor Commentary 1/9/2018
New America Foundation Early College High Schools Take On Teacher Preparation Commentary 1/9/2018
New America Foundation Moving Beyond False Choices for Early Childhood Educators Commentary 1/9/2018
Pioneer Institute Op-ed: American Public Education Is Failing Miserably In Math And Science Commentary 1/9/2018
Reason Foundation New Study Suggests Teachers Unions Reduce Students’ Earning and Job Prospects Commentary 1/9/2018
Heartland Institute Truancy Laws Are A Perversion Of The Parent-Government Relationship Commentary 1/9/2018
AEI The five-tool scholar Commentary 1/8/2018
Center of the American Experiment Evidence suggests that collective bargaining for teachers harms students Commentary 1/8/2018
Center of the American Experiment Coming Soon: National School Choice Week at the MN State Capitol Commentary 1/8/2018
EdChoice Could We Solve Poverty and Pollution with School Choice? Commentary 1/8/2018
Heartland Institute Kids Need Talented, Tough Teachers Commentary 1/8/2018
New America Foundation Principal Prep in New Jersey (and Much of the Country) Lacks Early Ed Focus Commentary 1/8/2018
New America Foundation Video: Empowering Parents and Caregivers in Oakland Video 1/8/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Popularity Of Florida’s ESA Program Shows It’s Time For Universal Expansion Commentary 1/8/2018

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