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Think Twice Weekly Report
July 14 - July 20, 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
Brookings We studied 3,000 new education ideas - here's how to choose the best Commentary 7/20/2018
Bellwether Teacher Residencies: Less Risk and More Reward? Commentary 7/19/2018
Brookings Evidence on New York City and Boston exam schools Commentary 7/19/2018
Brookings Civics education should be about more than just facts Commentary 7/19/2018
CRPE Are Washington Charter Public Schools Serving Students with Disabilities? Report 7/19/2018
EdNext Pre-K Helps Test Scores in Short Run But Hurts Them Later Commentary 7/19/2018
Fordham Institute Reading and Writing Instruction in America's Schools Report 7/19/2018
NCTQ Are teacher prep programs all alike? Commentary 7/19/2018
NCTQ When more is less Commentary 7/19/2018
NCTQ Adjusting, not abandoning, teacher eval Commentary 7/19/2018
AEI Straight up conversation: Leading Educators departing CEO Jonas Chartock Commentary 7/18/2018
Bellwether Trading Coursework for Classroom: Realizing the Potential of Teacher Residencies Report 7/18/2018
Ed Choice New UVA Study of Limited Help in Understanding School Vouchers Commentary 7/18/2018
EdNext Are Teacher Preparation Programs Interchangeable Widgets? An Interview With Paul T. von Hippel Commentary 7/18/2018
EdNext A Charter Sector Godfather Steps Back Commentary 7/18/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 7/18/2018
Fordham Institute The failure of civics education—and the Brown Center Commentary 7/18/2018
Fordham Institute Mr. Kavanaugh, tear down this wall Commentary 7/18/2018
New America Fostering Equity Through Educator and Family Empowerment Commentary 7/18/2018
New America Federal Government Encourages Connections Between Head Start and Public Schools Commentary 7/18/2018
Heartland Institute Snares To Beware In Potential Labor-Education Merger Commentary 7/18/2018
Center of the American Experiment Research suggests that collective bargaining laws harm students, with black and Hispanic men particularly affected Commentary 7/17/2018
Ed Choice The Monthly Debrief Podcast with the EdChoice State Team – July 2018 Podcast 7/17/2018
Fordham Institute The importance of parent focus groups Commentary 7/17/2018
Fordham Institute Ten education policy areas that deserve more attention and resources Commentary 7/17/2018
New America Early Learning in the Digital Age Commentary 7/17/2018
AEI Janus v. AFSCME: Can teachers unions be saved? | WHAT IF Video 7/16/2018
Bellwether Preparing for Dynamic Systems of Schools Commentary 7/16/2018
Brookings Why Trump is trying to reduce the status of the Department of Education Commentary 7/16/2018
Center of the American Experiment Teachers want unions to focus more on professional needs, but are they listening? Commentary 7/16/2018
Center of the American Experiment Teachers’ Unions Scramble to Remain Relevant Commentary 7/16/2018
EdNext More Evidence That Benefits of Government-Funded Pre-K Are Overblown Commentary 7/16/2018
Fordham Institute A compromise on discipline is at hand Commentary 7/16/2018
Pioneer Institute Is Two-Tiered Education on the Rise in Massachusetts? Report 7/16/2018
Center for American Progress How to Give Teachers a $10,000 Raise Report 7/13/2018
TNTP Opening Doors to Science and Technology, on Four Hours of Sleep Commentary 7/13/2018

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