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Think Twice Weekly Report
October 26 - November 1
, 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
Heartland Institute WI Voucher Attacks, LA Legal Wrangling, and More: Friday's Ed News Roundup Weekly digest 11/1/2013
Lexington Institute Event: Is Virginia Ready for Blended Learning? Announcement 11/1/2013
Buckeye Institute Columbus School Levy, Part III: Collective Bargaining Agreements and District Spending Commentary 10/31/2013
Cato Institute Is It Too Easy to Start Private Voucher Schools? Commentary 10/31/2013
Cato Institute Common Core: “If You Like Your Curriculum, You Can Keep Your Curriculum" Commentary 10/31/2013
New America Foundation A Closer Look at FirstSchool’s PreK-3rd Grade Approach Commentary 10/31/2013
Public Impact 6 Ways to Pay All Teachers More–Within Budget Report 10/31/2013
TNTP IMPACT: A Teacher’s View Commentary 10/31/2013
Brookings Institution Standardized Testing and the Common Core Standards: You Get What You Pay For? Report 10/30/2013
Buckeye Institute Columbus School Levy, Part I: Putting the Cart Before the Horse Commentary 10/30/2013
Buckeye Institute Columbus School Levy, Part II: The Data Scandal Commentary 10/30/2013
ConnCAN Question One: Do You Support Turnaround Schools? Video 10/30/2013
ConnCAN Video Series Asks Where New Haven’s Next Mayor Stands On Education Video 10/30/2013
ConnCAN New Haven Parents And Community Leaders Team Up With ConnCan To Ask New Haven Mayoral Candidates Where They Stand On Key Education Reforms Video 10/30/2013
Ed Next Gains in Teacher Quality Commentary 10/30/2013
Ed Next The Impenetrable Classroom Commentary 10/30/2013
Ed Next The Softer Side of ‘No Excuses’ Commentary 10/30/2013
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 10/30/2013
Fordham Institute Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 10/30/2013
StudentsFirst A Personalized Future for Education Report 10/30/2013
StudentsFirst A Teacher's Take on Personalized Learning Commentary 10/30/2013
TNTP The Sky Is (Still) Not Falling Commentary 10/30/2013
AEI Common Core in the real world Commentary 10/29/2013
Cato Institute Survey Says: Public Wants to Know the Total Per Pupil Cost of Public Schooling Commentary 10/29/2013
Center for Education Policy CEP on RadioWest Commentary (podcast) 10/29/2013
Center on Education Policy Career Readiness Assessments Across States: A Summary of Survey Findings Report 10/29/2013
Ed Next Playing in the Right League Commentary 10/29/2013
Fordham Institute Michigan scores in Common Core whack-a-mole Commentary 10/29/2013
Friedman Foundation Rhode Island Democrats and Independents Key to Driving Statewide Ed Reform Commentary 10/29/2013
StudentsFirst Charter Schools and Diversity Commentary 10/29/2013
TNTP A Path for Irreplaceables Commentary 10/29/2013
AEI What schools can do to help boys succeed Commentary 10/28/2013
Ed Next Some Perspective on Common Core Commentary 10/28/2013
Ed Next What to Do About Richie Rich Commentary 10/28/2013
Fordham Institute Education reform: Not complicated, but seriously difficult Commentary 10/28/2013
Heartland Institute Charter Schools: The Freedom to Teach Commentary 10/28/2013
Hoover Institution A Distraction from Real Education Reform Commentary 10/28/2013
Public Impact Using Blended Learning to Pay Teachers More Commentary 10/28/2013
Show-Me Institute Teacher Tenure Reform: Not Just About Bad Teachers Commentary 10/28/2013
Center for American Progress Ensuring Title II, Part A Funds Are Used for Student-Achievement Gains Commentary 10/26/2013
Ed Next America And Its High-Potential Kids Commentary 10/25/2013
Hoover Institution Is U.S. Education Still Competitive? Commentary 10/25/2013
New America Foundation Roundtable on the Science of Digital Media and Early Learning Commentary 10/25/2013
Fordham Institute Common Core & Curriculum Controversies Video 10/24/2013
Center for American Progress The Student Success Act Is the Wrong Way Forward Announcement 10/18/2013
Education Trust Low-Income Students Do Enroll In College — Given the Right Supports Weekly digest 10/15/2013

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