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Think Twice Weekly Report
May 12 - May 18, 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 Next Educational ‘Innovation’ Is Only as Good as the Execution Commentary 5/18/2018
Education Trust Hidden School Resources: What Students Deserve in School Commentary 5/18/2018
NCTQ States, Strikes, and Teacher Salaries Report 5/18/2018
NCTQ Strategic Teacher Compensation Databurst Report 5/18/2018
AEI Senate Dems have it both ways on Education Department staffing issues Commentary 5/17/2018
AEI What it’ll take for schools to use spring’s exams responsibly Commentary 5/17/2018
Brookings Institution We need to fight segregated schools to reform the education system Commentary 5/17/2018
Brookings Institution Education innovations are taking root around the world. What do they have in common? Commentary 5/17/2018
Brookings Institution School funds should follow students, not protect institutions Commentary 5/17/2018
Brookings Institution Did Tenure Reform in Florida Affect Student Test Scores? Report 5/17/2018
Center for American Progress 64 Years After Brown v. Board, Progressive Leaders Must Act on Segregation Commentary 5/17/2018
Center of the American Experiment Teachers Agree: Teachers’ unions make it “harder to fire bad teachers” Commentary 5/17/2018
Ed Next EdStat: Only 46 Percent of Families Have a Charter School Within 5 Miles from Their Home Commentary 5/17/2018
IL Policy Institute Illinois Families Catching Crossfire In Scholarship Fight Commentary 5/17/2018
NCTQ Teacher strikes: on the wisdom of restraint Commentary 5/17/2018
NCTQ Can better applicant screening raise teacher quality? Commentary 5/17/2018
NCTQ Strong support for rigorous principal evaluations Commentary 5/17/2018
New America Ensuring a Smooth Pathway: Using Articulation Agreements to Help Early Childhood Educators Pursue a BA Report 5/17/2018
AEI Is media coverage of school choice biased? Commentary 5/16/2018
AEI Sketching a win-win solution on teacher pay Commentary 5/16/2018
Cato Institute Public Schooling Battles: April Dispatch Commentary 5/16/2018
Center of the American Experiment Crockett Column: The Teacher Pension Problem Will Return, Again Commentary 5/16/2018
Center of the American Experiment An Expansion of Educational Opportunities Formerly Hard to Envision Commentary 5/16/2018
Ed Choice What Puerto Rico’s New Education Reform Bill Says About School Choice Commentary 5/16/2018
Ed Next Is Media Coverage of School Choice Biased? Commentary 5/16/2018
Education Trust On School Discipline: Q&A with Educator and Activist, Brittany Packnett Commentary 5/16/2018
Fordham Institute Indiana: The greatest spectacle in education reform Commentary 5/16/2018
Fordham Institute Charter school expansion: A promising alternative to turnarounds Commentary 5/16/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 5/16/2018
Fordham Institute The Gordian knot of high school reform Commentary 5/16/2018
New America By the Numbers: Trends in Nontraditional Student Enrollment Commentary 5/16/2018
WILL The Weekly Standard | Esenberg, Szafir: How Opponents Of School Choice In Wisconsin Weaponized The Justice Department Commentary 5/16/2018
Bellwether Do Incarcerated Youth Have Equal Access to Education? Let’s Look at the Data. Commentary 5/15/2018
Bellwether Measuring Educational Opportunity in Juvenile Justice Schools Report 5/15/2018
Ed Choice The Monthly Debrief with the EdChoice State Team – May 2018 Podcast 5/15/2018
Pioneer Institute Inter-district School Choice in Massachusetts Report 5/15/2018
WILL RightWisconsin | Sobic, Flanders: MPS Budget Crisis And Half-empty Buildings Commentary 5/15/2018
Cato Institute Show Me the (Education) Money, Tar Heel Edition! Commentary 5/14/2018
Center of the American Experiment True Teacher Appreciation: Restoring educators’ voice and choice Commentary 5/14/2018
Ed Next The Financial Stress of Teaching in Regions of Fast Economic Growth Commentary 5/14/2018
Ed Next EdStat: The Annual Rate of Charter School Growth has Reached an All-Time Low: a 1 Percent Increase in Charter Schools between 2017 and 2018 Commentary 5/14/2018
Fordham Institute A drought of our own making Commentary 5/14/2018
New America Dual Language Learner Data Gaps: Takeaways for State Policy Leaders Commentary 5/14/2018
Public Impact Public Impact’s Opportunity Culture in the News Commentary 5/14/2018
AEI Melania Trump’s ‘Be Best’ campaign is too much talk, not enough parental action Commentary 5/12/2018

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