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Think Twice Weekly Report
August 25 - August 31, 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
Fordham Institute How to get more districts on a path to quality, aligned curriculum Commentary 8/31/2018
Bellwether I Wish I Had Learned About the Science of the Brain and Toxic Stress Commentary 8/30/2018
Bellwether Reinforcing Diversity Through Teacher Residency Programs Commentary 8/30/2018
Bellwether We Don’t Know What the Superintendency Looks Like, and That’s a Problem. Commentary 8/30/2018
Bellwether Defining the “Pipeline” in “Teacher and Leader Pipelines” Commentary 8/30/2018
EdNext Innovators Worth Watching: Ed Leadership SIMS Commentary 8/30/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Strike Voucher Would Keep Washington State Children In Classrooms Commentary 8/30/2018
NCTQ What school districts can do to tackle teacher shortages Commentary 8/30/2018
Reason Foundation Center for Student-Based Budgeting Newsletter, August 2018 Newsletter 8/30/2018
TNTP What Does Disrupting the School-To-Prison Pipeline Look Like? Commentary 8/30/2018
Center for American Progress Curriculum Reform in the Nation’s Largest School Districts Report 8/29/2018
CRPE What John McCain's Example Teaches Us about Character in Schools Commentary 8/29/2018
ExcelinEd New IRS guidelines…where do we go from here? Commentary 8/29/2018
Fordham Institute Six mistakes to avoid when revising state English language arts standards Commentary 8/29/2018
Fordham Institute A back-to-school buffet Commentary 8/29/2018
Fordham Institute John McCain, the definition of an American patriot Commentary 8/29/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 8/29/2018
George W. Bush Presidential Center When Done Right, Standardized Tests Reveal a Student's Knowledge Commentary 8/29/2018
Heartland Institute Educational Choice Must Truly Be Free Commentary 8/29/2018
Mackinac Center Guiding Quality Growth in the Charter Sector Commentary 8/29/2018
Show-Me Institute It Depends On What You Mean By “Accredited” Commentary 8/29/2018
AEI Degree deflation? Kentucky teachers no longer need master’s degrees Commentary 8/28/2018
AEI Lessons from the Gates Foundation’s Effective Teacher Initiative | In 60 Seconds Video 8/28/2018
Bellwether Traditional and Teach For America Preparation: One Teacher’s Experience Commentary 8/28/2018
Ed Choice Researcher Profile Podcast: Corey DeAngelis Podcast 8/28/2018
EdNext Five Questions About Data Use for School Leaders Commentary 8/28/2018
Manhattan Institute How the Other Half Learns: Reorienting an Education System That Fails Most Students Report 8/28/2018
AEI The good, bad, and ugly of how major newspapers covered the 2018 teacher strikes Commentary 8/27/2018
AEI How did major newspapers cover the 2018 teacher strikes? Report 8/27/2018
Center of the American Experiment “Public Support Climbs for . . . Charter Schools and Universal Vouchers” Commentary 8/27/2018

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