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Think Twice Weekly Report
March 24 - March 30, 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
Bellwether Will States Keep Student Growth in Teacher Evaluation Systems After ESSA? Commentary 3/30/2018
Ed Next Rethinking School Discipline Commentary 3/30/2018
Fordham Institute Tulsa's superintendent's support of the state's teacher strike is a tipping point Commentary 3/30/2018
NCTQ 2018 State Teacher Policy Best Practices Guide Report 3/30/2018
AEI Debate and disagreement in academia today Podcast 3/29/2018
Bellwether Three Reasons to Expect Little on Innovative Assessments — and Why That’s Not Such a Bad Thing Commentary 3/29/2018
Ed Choice Mapping Drive-Times from Private Schools in South Carolina Commentary 3/29/2018
Ed Next Unpacking Teacher Shortages Commentary 3/29/2018
Ed Next EdStat: Between 2011 and 2015, Math Scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress Declined in 20 States Commentary 3/29/2018
TNTP A Student Asks: ‘Are Decision Makers Finally Going to Listen to Us?’ Commentary 3/29/2018
Cato Institute The Highly Positive Impacts of Vouchers Commentary 3/28/2018
Center for American Progress 7 Great Education Policy Ideas for Progressives in 2018 Commentary 3/28/2018
Center of the American Experiment Education Minnesota tells members the Center is a “group to watch” Commentary 3/28/2018
ConnCAN Half-time update: Our 2018 goals, and where they stand Commentary 3/28/2018
Ed Choice Can I Use a 529 Plan for K–12 Expenses? Commentary 3/28/2018
Ed Next Teacher Preparation and the Diversity-Validity Dilemma Commentary 3/28/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 3/28/2018
Mackinac Center State’s Education Woes Require Full Assessment Commentary 3/28/2018
NCTQ Is NCTQ’s Teacher Prep Review actually having an impact? Commentary 3/28/2018
Pioneer Institute Draft History and Social Studies Frameworks Continue Trend Toward Dumbing Down Public School Content Commentary 3/28/2018
AEI A quiet win at the US Department of Education Commentary 3/27/2018
AEI Is education worth it? A short-read Q&A with Bryan Caplan Podcast 3/27/2018
Brookings Institution Learning progressions: Pathways for 21st century teaching and learning Commentary 3/27/2018
Ed Choice Cool Schools: How Acton Academies Are Revolutionizing Learning Podcast 3/27/2018
Ed Next A New “Report” Misleads on School Vouchers Commentary 3/27/2018
Ed Next The Rebound in Charter Support — But Also a Widening Partisan Divide Commentary 3/27/2018
Ed Trust FY18 Spending Bill: What’s Good, Bad, and Next for Equity Advocates Commentary 3/27/2018
Fordham Institute Betsy DeVos just unlocked hundreds of millions of dollars a year for new charter schools Commentary 3/27/2018
George W. Bush Institute Navigating The Role of Principal Commentary 3/27/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Louisiana Should Open Its Voucher Program To Military, Bullied, And Foster Care Children Commentary 3/27/2018
Show-Me Institute School Options And The Rise And Fall Of Cities Commentary 3/27/2018
AEI DC graduation scandal shows how an uncritical gaze leads reformers astray Commentary 3/26/2018
Center of the American Experiment Obama School Discipline “Guidance” To Be Revoked Commentary 3/26/2018
Ed Next How Life Outside of School Affects Student Performance in School Commentary 3/26/2018
Fordham Institute NAEP and inattentional blindness: You can't manage what you don't measure Commentary 3/26/2018
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 3/26/2018
Brookings Institution Why are teachers more likely than others to work second jobs? Commentary 3/23/2018

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