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Think Twice Weekly Report
August 11 - August 17, 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
ExcelinEd ¿Cómo se dice “educational opportunity?” Commentary 8/17/2018
Brookings A promising alternative to subsidized lunch receipt as a measure of student poverty Commentary 8/16/2018
Center for American Progress A Well-Rounded Education: Rethinking What Is Expected of High Schools Report 8/16/2018
EdNext Great Curriculum Will Fuel, Not Hamper, Charter Autonomy and Innovation Commentary 8/16/2018
George W. Bush Presidential Center Summer Camp: Fort Worth Independent School District Commentary 8/16/2018
Heartland Institute Numerous Texas School Staff Members Earn Six-figure Salaries, Study Finds Commentary 8/16/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Private School Students Face Fewer Dangers Than Public School Pupils Commentary 8/16/2018
Mackinac Center Later High School Start Times Should Stay Local Decision Commentary 8/16/2018
NCTQ Because you probably haven’t been paying attention… Commentary 8/16/2018
NCTQ Teacher observations: reliable, but not perfect Commentary 8/16/2018
TNTP What If We Better Understood How Students Experience School? Commentary 8/16/2018
Brookings Teachers in the US are even more segregated than students Commentary 8/15/2018
Center for the American Experiment Non-Union Teacher Associations Offer Educators Double Protection Commentary 8/15/2018
EdNext Why Can’t the Middle Class Afford Catholic School Anymore? Commentary 8/15/2018
ExcelinEd New Mexico on the Rise: Dedicated Teachers are Leading The Land of Enchantment to New Heights Commentary 8/15/2018
ExcelinEd A Mother’s Crusade: My Special-Needs Daughter Is Thriving in a School Committed to Inclusion. I’m Fighting So More Kids Have That Chance Commentary 8/15/2018
Fordham Institute Pair curriculum and professional learning for powerful outcomes Commentary 8/15/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 8/15/2018
New America The National Governors Association Expands Apprenticeship through State Policy Reform Commentary 8/15/2018
Public Impact Closing Achievement Gaps in Diverse Schools: An Action Guide for District Leaders Report 8/15/2018
AEI For Opportunity Zones, good things come to those who hustle Commentary 8/14/2018
Center for American Progress How Medicaid Cuts Could Threaten Public School Students and Teachers in Every State Commentary 8/14/2018
Center for the American Experiment Pensions are under pressure, but unions misplace the blame Commentary 8/14/2018
EdNext Let’s Retire the ‘Gifted-and-Talented’ Label Commentary 8/14/2018
ExcelinEd #AskExcelinEd: How Can States Transition to Student-Centered Learning? Commentary 8/14/2018
Urban Institute LeBron James’s I Promise School puts a public face to the evidence-based approach of whole-family intervention Commentary 8/14/2018
Ed Choice Cool Schools: Inner-City Catholic School Leader on New Orleans Education Post-Katrina Podcast 8/14/2018
Heartland Institute Colorado House Misses Chance To Break The Government-School Monopoly Commentary 8/14/2018
AEI Ten questions parents should ask before school starts Commentary 8/13/2018
EdNext Accountability for Early Education — A Different Approach and Some Positive Signs Commentary 8/13/2018
New America Students’ Perceptions about the Seal of Biliteracy Commentary 8/13/2018
Center for the American Experiment Urban Minority Students Aren’t Getting the Education They Need Commentary 8/12/2018
Reason Foundation Revisiting New Orleans’ Charter School Success as Local School Board Takes Control Commentary 8/11/2018
New America 3 Practices and 3 Policies Indispensable for Quality Pre-K Commentary 8/8/2018

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