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Think Twice Weekly Report
June 22 - June 28, 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 A Reply to NCTQ’s Defense of its Rating System Commentary 6/28/2013
Education Next Outcomes—the Holy Grail of Teacher Prep Evaluation? Commentary 6/28/2013
Heartland Institute Ohio Expands Vouchers, We Don't Need No Stinkin' History, and More: Friday's Ed News Roundup Weekly digest 6/28/2013
StudentsFirst Charter Schools Are Improving According to a New Study Commentary 6/28/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Dayton’s teacher practices under the microscope Commentary 6/28/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute The enduring saga of SIG shenanigans Commentary 6/28/2013
George W. Bush Institute Dr. Leviis Haney: Creating Foundations for Long-Term School Improvement (Part 2) Commentary 6/27/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Reforms that cross the Atlantic—and don’t Commentary 6/27/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute The Nation’s Report Card: Trends in Academic Progress 2012 Commentary 6/27/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 6/27/2013
Cato Institute Ed Sec to Media: Get Those Common Core Critics! Commentary 6/26/2013
Public Impact Charlotte, N.C. – Project L.I.F.T. Commentary 6/26/2013
Cato Institute Understanding Disappointing Charter School Results Commentary 6/25/2013
CREDO National Charter School Study, 2013 Report 6/25/2013
Mackinac Center for Public Policy Michigan Education Digest Weekly digest 6/25/2013
Thomas B. Fordham Institute Below the Top-line Findings of the CREDO Study Commentary 6/25/2013
Cato Institute Who’s Misinforming, Exactly? Commentary 6/24/2013
Cato Institute New Hampshire Court’s School Choice Decision Was Flawed and Unprecedented Commentary 6/24/2013

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