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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 20 - October 26, 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 Charter Schools 101 Commentary 10/26/2018
Manhattan Institute De Blasio’s Quotas Can’t Give NYC Students What They Need Commentary 10/26/2018
New America States Should Equip Principals to Lead the Youngest Learners in their Schools Commentary 10/26/2018
New America Report on Title III Implementation Highlights Key Data Points in EL Education Commentary 10/26/2018
Manhattan Institute Racial Integration Isn’t the Answer to a Better Education for NYC’s Black and Latino Students Commentary 10/25/2018
Urban Institute “It’s Hard to Separate Choice from Transportation”: Perspectives on Student Transportation Policy from Three Choice-Rich School Districts Report 10/25/2018
AEI Sketching a workable way forward on teacher pay Commentary 10/24/2018
Cato Institute Unified by Public High? Commentary 10/24/2018
Center for American Progress Redesigning High School: Local Perspectives From Schools and Districts Report 10/24/2018
EdNext Sketching a Workable Way Forward on Teacher Pay Commentary 10/24/2018
ExcelinEd #AskExcelinEd: What does Perkins V mean for CTE accountability? Commentary 10/24/2018
Fordham Institute Parental engagement: A promise, not a program Commentary 10/24/2018
Fordham Institute Teachers, curb your activism Commentary 10/24/2018
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 10/24/2018
Heartland Institute Press Release: Heartland Institute Marks National Save Day With Call For Child Safety Accounts Commentary 10/24/2018
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Bullying Statistics Show Wyoming Needs Child Safety Accounts Commentary 10/24/2018
Manhattan Institute Closing the Racial Achievement Gap in NYC Schools: Integration Is Not Enough Report 10/24/2018
Bellwether Eight Cities Website 10/23/2018
Center for American Progress Using the Science of Learning to Redesign Schools Report 10/23/2018
CRPE Working Smarter, Not Harder: Promising Local Strategies for Improving Charter School Teacher Supply Commentary 10/23/2018
EdChoice The Monthly Debrief Podcast with the EdChoice State Team – September to October 2018 Commentary 10/23/2018
New America Early Childhood Data Collaborative Survey Points to Greater Need for Data Coordination Commentary 10/23/2018
New America Evidence Mounts for Culturally Responsive Teaching—But More Research is Needed Commentary 10/23/2018
Show-Me Institute How Can Missouri Support Students With Special Needs? Find Out. Announcement 10/23/2018
Urban Institute Incarcerated youth deserve a quality education, and many don’t get one Commentary 10/23/2018
AEI Education reformers should obey Campbell’s Law | In 60 Seconds Video 10/22/2018
AEI The coddling of the American mind: A discussion with Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt Podcast 10/22/2018
Fordham Institute From straight A’s to STEMs: Four great things happening in Ohio education Commentary 10/22/2018
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 10/22/2018
Mackinac Center Helping More Michigan Students Learn to Read Commentary 10/22/2018
New America Could open educational resources help queer students? Commentary 10/22/2018
NCTQ Measuring up: New study identifies districts and states that are seeing results with teacher evaluation systems Commentary 10/20/2018
AEI Straight up conversation: IBM Foundation chief Jen Crozier on P-TECH schools Interview 10/19/2018
Mackinac Center Michigan School Privatization Survey 2018 Report 10/18/2018

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