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Think Twice Weekly Report
April 25 - May 1, 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 Baltimore and the societal factors influencing our schools Commentary 5/1/2015
AEI What matters to parents in picking their child’s school? Commentary 4/30/2015
Bellwether Is Your Organization Talent-Ready? Launching Our Expanded Talent Services Practice Commentary 4/30/2015
Cato Institute The Death (and Rebirth?) of Peer Review Commentary 4/30/2015
Center on Education Policy Making Research More Useful in Policy and in the Classroom Video (upcoming) 4/30/2015
Education Sector Sweet Music: Making Technology Work in the Classroom Commentary 4/30/2015
Education Trust Brains, Poverty, and Educators Commentary 4/30/2015
Education Trust 'Where Is the Compassion?' Conversations About Baltimore and Educational Improvement Commentary 4/30/2015
Heartland Institute Report on School Choice Avoids Facts, Protects Status Quo Commentary 4/30/2015
Heartland Institute Missouri Legislators to Consider Expanding School Transfer Law Commentary 4/30/2015
Heartland Institute Student Privacy Laws Need Strengthening Commentary 4/30/2015
NCTQ Teacher Trendline Commentary 4/30/2015
New America Foundation Why Teachers Are A Key Factor in the Success of Dual Language Learners Commentary 4/30/2015
TNTP States Lend a Helping Hand Commentary 4/30/2015
Bellwether Simpson’s Paradox Hides NAEP Gains (Again) Commentary 4/29/2015
Bellwether Eight Questions for Rick Snyder About the Future of Detroit’s Schools Commentary 4/29/2015
Cato Institute Which Schools Best Serve the Public? New U.S. History, Civics Scores Point to Them Commentary 4/29/2015
CRPE The Case for Coherent High Schools Report 4/29/2015
CRPE The High School Challenge to Districts and Charters Commentary 4/29/2015
Ed Next Why Our 19th Century Education System Belongs in the Museum Commentary 4/29/2015
Fordham Insititute The Educaton Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 4/29/2015
Fordham Insititute The American Dream in Crisis: A converstion with Robert Putnam Announcement 4/29/2015
Heartland Institute Education Advocates React to Newly Released NAEP Scores Commentary 4/29/2015
Heartland Institute New Jersey Considers Raising Teacher Education Standards Commentary 4/29/2015
Show-Me Institute Interdistrict Choice for Students in Failing Schools: Burden or Boon? Report 4/29/2015
AEI Balancing the equation: Supply and demand in tomorrow’s school choice marketplaces Report 4/28/2015
Center for American Progress Teacher Leadership: The Pathway to Common Core Success Report 4/28/2015
ConnCAN ConnCAN Provides In-Depth Analysis On Appropriations Proposed Education Budget Commentary 4/28/2015
Fordham Insititute Why school closures matter Commentary 4/28/2015
Fordham Insititute School closures, student learning, and the new system of schools Commentary 4/28/2015
Heartland Institute Alabama Supreme Court Upholds School Choice Law Commentary 4/28/2015
New America Foundation Opening the Door to Parent Engagement Commentary 4/28/2015
TNTP Supporting Teachers and Students in Baltimore Commentary 4/28/2015
Fordham Institute School Closures and Student Achievement: An Analysis of Ohio’s Urban District and Charter Schools Report 4/27/2015
Friedman Foundation Analyzing Indiana's School Vouchers Commentary 4/27/2015
Heartland Institute Ohio May Free Some STEM Schools to Create Their Own Tests Commentary 4/27/2015
NCTQ TQ News Extra Weekly digest 4/27/2015
New America Foundation A Hollow Victory: Senator Murray’s Early Education Amendment Commentary 4/27/2015
ALEC Magnet Schools Drawing More Attention Commentary 4/24/2015
Cato Institute The Year of Educational Choice: An Update Commentary 4/24/2015
New America Foundation New Jersey Parents, Activists Raise Student Privacy Concerns Commentary 4/23/2015

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