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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 17 - February 23, 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
Ed Choice The Next 200 Years: A New EdChoice Series Commentary 2/23/2018
EdNext 3 Ways Charter Schools Can Make Sure They Recruit, Hire, and Retain the Teachers They Need Commentary 2/23/2018
Heritage Foundation New Hampshire Can Lead the Way on School choice, but Will It? Commentary 2/23/2018
New America Foundation The Rickety Bureaucracy That Is Holding Up California’s Early Education System Commentary 2/23/2018
Heartland Institute School Choice Can Help Defeat Poverty—But Only If Government Gets Out Of The Way Commentary 2/23/2018
AEI The problem of dwindling urban Catholic schools Commentary 2/22/2018
Bellwether Community Colleges Have an Important Role to Play in Transforming the Early Childhood Workforce Commentary 2/22/2018
Bellwether It Takes a Community: Leveraging Community Colleges to Transform the Early Childhood Workforce Report 2/22/2018
Center for American Progress Separate Is Still Unequal Commentary 2/22/2018
Ed Choice School Choice Legislation: What Happened and What’s on Deck Commentary 2/22/2018
EdNext Can Digital Also Mean Low-Tech? Yes, and It Can Enhance Teaching Commentary 2/22/2018
EdNext Yes, Teacher Turnover Can Be a Problem. But New Federal Data Show It’s Far From a National Crisis Commentary 2/22/2018
George W. Bush Institute Road to the Middle Class Commentary 2/22/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Strike Voucher Would Help Keep West Virginia Children In Classrooms During Teacher Walkouts Commentary 2/22/2018
Mackinac Center Detroit Schools Will Sell to a Prison, But Not a Charter School Commentary 2/22/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Universal ESA Program Could Produce More Than $1.6 Billion In Social Benefits In Mississippi Commentary 2/22/2018
AEI What do would-be governors have to say about education? Commentary 2/21/2018
Center for American Progress The State of Civics Education Report 2/21/2018
CRPE Three Ways Charter Schools Can Make Sure They Recruit, Hire, and Retain the Teachers They Need Commentary 2/21/2018
EdNext Why Is Accountability Always About Teachers? Commentary 2/21/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 2/21/2018
Mackinac Center Education Budget Should Back Parents' Priorities Commentary 2/21/2018
Heartland Institute ‘Baby PISA’ Is In The Nursery—But Hold Off On Sending The Cigars And Flowers Commentary 2/21/2018
Heartland Institute Teachers Are The Reason So Many Teens Are Stressed ‘All The Time' Weekly digest 2/21/2018
AEI Debate and disagreement in academia today Video 2/20/2018
AEI Discussing the importance of early childhood education in human development: Stevens on Rio Grande Foundation “Tipping Point” Podcast 2/20/2018
Center for American Progress How To Fix the Large and Growing Latinx Teacher-Student Gap Commentary 2/20/2018
CREDO An Evaluation of the i3 Validation Grant: Scaling the New Orleans Charter Restart Model Report 2/20/2018
CRPE New CREDO Report Shows System-Level Supports, Turnaround Expertise Critical to School-Level Improvements Commentary 2/20/2018
Ed Choice Reviewing the International School Choice and Reform Conference Commentary 2/20/2018
EdNext On High School Graduation Rates: Want to Buy My Bridge? Commentary 2/20/2018
Fordham Institute Progressives have rediscovered their strong and vital support of charter schools Commentary 2/20/2018
Heartland Institute Measuring Up To The Model Commentary 2/20/2018
New America Foundation Are Policymakers and Advocates Reducing or Increasing Early Childhood Education’s Inequities? Commentary 2/20/2018
Show-Me Institute Charter Schools 101: What Is A Charter School? Commentary 2/20/2018
Cato Institute The Public Benefiit of Private Schooling Report 2/19/2018
Center of the American Experiment Teachers Challenge Duluth Schools on Censoring ‘Mockingbird’ and ‘Huck Finn’ Commentary 2/19/2018
Ed Choice Mapping Indiana’s Public District School Choice Transfers Commentary 2/19/2018
EdNext Graduation Scandal Shouldn’t Overshadow Successful DCPS Reforms Commentary 2/18/2018
AEI Don’t assume high school graduation fraud is only in D.C. It’s not. Commentary 2/17/2018
Heartland Institute Indiana Lawmaker Reintroduces Bill To Mandate Teaching Cursive Writing Commentary 2/17/2018
University of Arkansas Bigger Bang, Fewer Bucks? The Productivity of Public Charter Schools in Eight U.S. Cities Report 2/5/2018

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