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Think Twice Weekly Report
February 28 - March 6, 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
Bellwether The Return on Investment of Rural Schools Commentary 3/6/2015
Fordham Institute Why single parenthood is a legitimate issue for education reform Biweekly digest 3/6/2015
AEI When kids become school-reform props Commentary 3/5/2015
AEI The GOP’s education paradox Commentary 3/5/2015
Ed Next Creating A Sea Change To Improve Teacher Impact Commentary 3/5/2015
Lexington Institute Tips for Schools to Fund Blended Learning Initiatives Commentary 3/5/2015
Reason Foundation California Needs to Measure Student Academic Progress Commentary 3/5/2015
Show-Me Institute Homeschoolers Want to Play Too Commentary 3/5/2015
Show-Me Institute What Teachers’ Unions Could Learn from Koufax and Drysdale Commentary 3/5/2015
StudentsFirst Finding a Great School: One Parent’s Experience Navigating Open Enrollment Commentary 3/5/2015
TNTP PARCC Can Teach Us, If We Let It Announcement 3/5/2015
Bellwether The Estrangement of Rural Schools and Uncle Sam Commentary 3/4/2015
Brookings Institution Measuring and Understanding Education Advocacy Report 3/4/2015
Cato Institute What Does "Fully Funded" Mean? Commentary 3/4/2015
Ed Next It’s Not Looking Good for ESEA Reauthorization Commentary 3/4/2015
Ed Next Purposeful Parenthood Commentary 3/4/2015
Ed Next Racial Controversies Are As Misleading Today As They Were When The Moynihan Report Was Written Commentary 3/4/2015
Fordham Institute THE EDUCATION GADFLY WEEKLY Weekly digest 3/4/2015
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States February 2015 Commentary 3/4/2015
Heritage Foundation The Loophole That Could Liberate Maryland From Common Core Testing Commentary 3/4/2015
Bellwether Homeless Kids Count, So HUD Should Start Counting Them Commentary 3/3/2015
Heartland Institute The Last Word on NCLB, We Hope Commentary 3/3/2015
New America Foundation How To Revamp No Child Left Behind for Dual Language Learners Commentary 3/3/2015
New America Foundation Newsletter: Early Ed Update Commentary 3/3/2015
TNTP Helping ELL Students Reach the Common Core Commentary 3/3/2015
AEI America’s high-risk, high-reward higher education system Commentary 3/2/2015
ALEC The Past, Present and Future of Common Core Part 3 Video 3/2/2015
Cato Institute Ignoring the Evidence Doesn’t Make It Disappear Commentary 3/2/2015
New America Foundation Differences in Hispanic-Latino Families’ Access to and Use of Educational Media Commentary 3/2/2015
AEI Accountability will set teachers free Commentary 3/1/2015
AEI A policymaker’s guide to No Child Left Behind reauthorization Commentary 2/27/2015
Friedman Foundation Friday Freakout: Does School Choice Destroy Democracy in Education? Commentary 2/24/2015

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