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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 21 - February 27, 2015

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
Fordham Institute Marriage as a springboard to the middle class Commentary 2/27/2015
New America Foundation New Advocacy Group Pushes for Multilingualism in D.C. Schools Commentary 2/27/2015
Brookings Institution Is it Groundhog Day for school choice? Commentary 2/26/2015
Heartland Institute Bobby Jindal Speaks Against Common Core at CPAC Commentary/Video 2/26/2015
Heartland Institute The Undead No Child Left Behind Commentary 2/26/2015
New America Foundation New America’s Comments on Proposed Teacher Preparation Regulations Commentary 2/26/2015
TNTP The Real Impact of Principal Turnover Commentary 2/26/2015
Ed Next No Child Left Behind and Testing Help Hold Schools Accountable Commentary 2/25/2015
Ed Next Memo to Teachers’ Unions: Now Might Be a Good Time to Start Panicking Commentary 2/25/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 2/25/2015
Heritage Foundation The Conservative Problem With the Latest Version of No Child Left Behind Commentary 2/25/2015
New America Foundation Why the FCC’s Decisions This Week Matter for Ed Tech Commentary 2/25/2015
Pioneer Institute Civil Rights: Charter Schools and Teacher Unions Announcement 2/25/2015
Show-Me Institute School Visit Series: A Charter With a Second Chance Commentary 2/25/2015
Third Way States Gone Wild: What Happens Without Federal Guardrails on Education Commentary 2/25/2015
CRPE What We’re Missing on Community Engagement Commentary 2/24/2015
Ed Next How Many Charter Schools is Just Right? Commentary 2/24/2015
Ed Next Purposeful Parenthood Commentary 2/24/2015
Education Trust Teachers in a Pickle Commentary 2/24/2015
Fordham Institute The conservative case for H.R. 5 Commentary 2/24/2015
Friedman Foundation A Look at New Data from the Nation’s Largest School Choice Voucher Program Commentary 2/24/2015
Heartland Institute Common Core Repeal Bill Advances in Arizona Commentary 2/24/2015
Heritage Foundation An Education Issue That Has the NAACP and Republicans Working Together Commentary 2/24/2015
Heritage Foundation Flexibility with Just 10 Percent of No Child Left Behind Spending Is Not Enough Commentary 2/24/2015
New America Foundation Newsletter: Early Ed Update Weekly newsletter 2/24/2015
TNTP Greenhouse Schools in Boston: School Leadership Practices Across a High-Performing Charter Sector Report 2/24/2015
AEI Here’s how different the US education system is vs. other nations Commentary 2/23/2015
AEI FERPA: The joke with no punchline Commentary 2/23/2015
ALEC The Past, Present and Future of Common Core Part 2 Report 2/23/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 2/23/2015
Mackinac Center The 'Too Many School Districts' Myth Commentary 2/23/2015
Bellwether Let’s Talk About Race: An Uncomfortable Necessity for Education Leaders Commentary 2/20/2015
ConnCAN ConnCAN Provides In-Depth Analysis On Governor’s Proposed Education Budget Commentary 2/20/2015
Ed Next Ed Trust Midwest Report on Michigan’s Charter Authorizers: A Decent Start, But Hardly the Final Word Commentary 2/20/2015
Education Trust Accountability for All: The Need For Real Charter School Authorizer Accountability In Michigan Report 2/19/2015
NCTQ TQB: Teacher Quality Bulletin Newsletter Monthly digest 2/19/2015

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