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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 8 - February 15, 2013

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 Obama for Governor! Commentary 2/15/2013
Heartland Institute Vouchers Stopped in Mississippi but Supported by Democrats, and More: Daily National News Roundup Weekly digest 2/15/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Rubio will need Florida-style bipartisan backing for choice plan Commentary 2/15/2013
Brookings Institution FOLLOW UP: Universal Pre-K and President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Commentary 2/14/2013
Cato Institute No, Race Doesn’t Explain Disappointing Results in “High Quality” Pre-K States Commentary 2/14/2013
Cato Institute “High Quality” Pre-K States Show Mixed Results Commentary 2/14/2013
ConnCAN ICYMI: PBS Newshour Showcases AF Bridgeport Academy Middle School Commentary 2/14/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 2/14/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute The four biggest myths of the anti-testing backlash Commentary 2/14/2013
Brookings Institution When Does a Policy Start? Commentary 2/13/2013
StudentsFirst Cage-Busting Leadership Commentary 2/13/2013
American Enterprise Institute Cage-busting leadership in K–12 Video 2/12/2013
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation A Teaching Moment for the Financial Markets Commentary 2/12/2013
Cato Institute Preschool’s Anvil Chorus Commentary 2/12/2013
ConnCAN Landmark Teacher and Principal Evaluation System on Track Commentary 2/12/2013
Mackinac Center for Public Policy Michigan Education Digest Commentary 2/12/2013
American Enterprise Institute Cage-busting leadership and the 'culture of can't' Commentary 2/11/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Why Educators’ Wages Must Be Revamped Now Commentary 2/11/2013
Center of the American Experiment Early Ed: Not As Good As It Sounds? Commentary 2/10/2013

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