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Think Twice Weekly Report
March 2 - March 8, 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
Education Next Education Governance for the Twenty-First Century Commentary 3/8/2013
Heartland Institute Texas School Choice Proposal Hits, Florida Parent Trigger, and More: Today's National Ed News Roundup Weekly digest 3/8/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute A conflicted conservative and online learning Commentary 3/8/2013
AEI Anticipating innovation in teacher evaluation systems: Lessons for researchers and policymakers Report 3/7/2013
Brookings Institution Are Minority Students Harmed by Affirmative Action? Commentary 3/7/2013
StudentsFirst Teaching in South Carolina Commentary 3/7/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 3/7/2013
George W Bush Institute The Alliance to Reform Education Leadership: Opening the Principal Pipeline Commentary 3/6/2013
Heritage Foundation Assessing the Harlem Children’s Zone Commentary 3/6/2013
Illinois Policy Institute Quinn’s proposed education budget cuts miss the mark Commentary 3/6/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Opening up the black box: Common Core as a classroom-level reform Commentary 3/6/2013
ConnCAN ConnCAN releases March 2013 report on the progress of education reform in Connecticut Report 3/5/2013
Mackinac Center Michigan Education Digest Weekly digest 3/5/2013
Reason Foundation A Handbook for Student-Based Budgeting, Principal Autonomy and School Choice Report 3/5/2013
Cato Institute Rejoinder to WaPo’s Primer on Private School Tax Credits Commentary 3/4/2013
Center on Education Policy States’ Perspectives on Waivers: Relief from NCLB, Concern about Long-term Solutions Report 3/4/2013
Education Next What Happened to 2007? Commentary 3/4/2013
Cato Institute Yes, School Choice Does Help Poor Kids Commentary 3/1/2013
Cato Institute Alabama’s School Choice Program Is a Good Start Commentary 3/1/2013

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