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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 13 - October 19, 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
EdNext Straight Up Conversation: IBM Foundation Chief Jen Crozier on P-TECH Schools Commentary 10/19/2018
ExcelinEd Transitioning to Student-Centered Learning: Policy Solutions for States Report 10/19/2018
Fordham Institute The concern about subgroups in ESSA accountability systems may be overblown Commentary 10/19/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Bullying Statistics Show Idaho Needs Child Safety Accounts Commentary 10/19/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Fiscal Analysis Shows Indiana Should Embrace Universal School Vouchers Commentary 10/19/2018
AEI Year of the strike Commentary 10/18/2018
AEI Arne Duncan’s unlearned lessons | In 60 seconds Video 10/18/2018
AEI AEI Education Podcast: Tom Loveless and James Harvey on the use and misuse of NAEP and international assessments Podcast 10/18/2018
Beacon Center Counting Dollars and Cents: Where Does the Money Go? Report 10/18/2018
Bellwether What Does Expansion Look Like? Three Lessons From Our Strategic Growth Institute Commentary 10/18/2018
Brookings The role of AI in education and the chnaging U.S. workforce Commentary 10/18/2018
EdNext Making School Performance Data Work for Families Commentary 10/18/2018
EdNext Narrow STEM Focus In Schools May Hurt Long-Term Commentary 10/18/2018
ExcelinEd #EIE18: OECD’s Andreas Schleicher to Speak on the World’s Best Education Systems Announcement 10/18/2018
ExcelinEd College and Career Pathways: Equity and Access Report 10/18/2018
Heartland Institute A Shocking, Shameful High School Football Halftime Show Commentary 10/18/2018
NCTQ Ponderings on black beans, teacher quality, and the ghosts of Christmas future Commentary 10/18/2018
NCTQ Do Board certified teachers propel whole schools forward? Commentary 10/18/2018
NCTQ A look back at teacher performance incentives Commentary 10/18/2018
NCTQ Supply and demand 101: Teacher pay edition Commentary 10/18/2018
Reason Foundation Why Local Education Funding Favors Politics Over Parents—And How To Fix It Report 10/18/2018
Urban Institute Does Pupil Transportation Close the School Quality Gap? Report 10/18/2018
Urban Institute School Choice and Commuting: How Far New York City Students Travel to School Report 10/18/2018
Brookings How work-based learning connects students with mentors and experience Commentary 10/17/2018
Brookings Betsy DeVos puts protecting for-profit schools ahead of students Commentary 10/17/2018
ExcelinEd #AskExcelinEd: What does Perkins V’s new Local Comprehensive Needs Assessment requirement mean for states? Commentary 10/17/2018
Fordham Institute Improving education requires new voices, fresh ideas, and more questions Commentary 10/17/2018
Fordham Institute Can education reform get its mojo back? Commentary 10/17/2018
Fordham Institute Getting an A isn't easier if you're rich Commentary 10/17/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 10/17/2018
George W. Bush Presidential Center Texas' A-F Ratings Contain Valuable Data. Let's Use It Commentary 10/17/2018
AEI Be wary of reformers peddling ‘model’ school districts Commentary 10/16/2018
Cato Institute Does Private Schooling Affect National Stability? Commentary 10/16/2018
CRPE States don’t need to wait on a Congressional investigation to improve online charter school oversight Commentary 10/16/2018
EdChoice Cool Schools: Build UP Focuses on Education and Workforce Development in Urban Areas Podcast 10/16/2018
EdNext The Fight for the Best Charter Schools in the Country: What Massachusetts Got Right and Wrong Commentary 10/16/2018
New America Values, Beliefs, and Institutions - What's Needed for Early Educators to Unwind ECE's Thorny Knot? Commentary 10/16/2018
Pioneer Institute New Book on Massachusetts Charter Public Schools Touts Record of Achievement, Minimal Impact on District Finances Book announcement 10/16/2018
New America Overwhelming Number of Voters Support Funding Early Learning Commentary 10/15/2018

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