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Think Twice Weekly Report
May 2- May 8, 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 Leveraging highly effective teaching: The potential of the “hybrid teacher” Commentary 5/8/2015
Show-Me Institute Courts Should Avoid Setting Policy in Columbia Schools Commentary 5/8/2015
AEI We need reforms that align the incentives of students and schools Commentary 5/7/2015
AEI The science of early learning: A foundation for expanding opportunity Announcement 5/7/2015
Bellwether Balancing the equation: Supply and demand in tomorrow’s school choice marketplaces Report 5/7/2015
Bellwether Edu-Date Lab: Standards-Based Accountability and Personalized Learning Commentary 5/7/2015
Brookings Institute Research and the pursuit of equity under ESEA Commentary 5/7/2015
CRPE Redesigning the District Operating System Report 5/7/2015
Ed Next Education Savings Accounts Turn 5 Years Old Commentary 5/7/2015
Ed Next Match Beyond Commentary 5/7/2015
Fordham Institute How to make sense of the opt-out phenomenon Commentary 5/7/2015
TNTP Introducing the Educator Editorial Board Commentary 5/7/2015
WPRI Shool districts grapple with added costs Commentary 5/7/2015
Cato Institute Maine Teacher Wins Million Dollar Prize. Why Not Let Teachers Make Big $ “The Old-Fashioned Way?” Commentary 5/6/2015
Cato Institute When Overcrowding Happens in Vegas Commentary 5/6/2015
Cato Institute The Common Core Conundrum Commentary 5/6/2015
CRPE Retooling the District Operating System for Dynamism Commentary 5/6/2015
Ed Next Teacher Licensing Reform and the “Massachusetts Education Miracle” Commentary 5/6/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 5/6/2015
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States April 2015 Commentary 5/6/2015
Heartland Institute Populist Force Of Parents Against Common Core Grows Strong Commentary 5/6/2015
New America Foundation Minnesotans Wrestle With “How to” Get the Most Out of Early Education Commentary 5/6/2015
AEI Opt-out parents have a point Commentary 5/5/2015
ALEC More States Join the School Choice Movement Commentary 5/5/2015
Cato Institute The OECD’s “Perspective” on Swedish Education Commentary 5/5/2015
Cato Institute Do Baltimore Schools Need More Money? Commentary 5/5/2015
CRPE The Charter-District Relationship: Is Generating Goodwill Enough? Commentary 5/5/2015
Ed Next The Rise of AltSchool and Other Micro-schools Commentary 5/5/2015
Ed Next School Reform for Rural America Commentary 5/5/2015
Education Trust Appreciating Teachers Beyond Teacher Appreciation Week Commentary 5/5/2015
Heartland Institute American Children Continue to Fail History Commentary 5/5/2015
New America Foundation Immigrants, Pre-K, and Chicago Education Politics Commentary 5/5/2015
Third Way John Oliver is Wrong on Standardized Testing Commentary 5/5/2015
TNTP Keeping Great Teachers, With a Personal Touch Commentary 5/5/2015
AEI The three keys to school choice success Video 5/4/2015
AEI How to improve the school choice marketplace Commentary 5/4/2015
AEI Early-education teachers need better training Commentary 5/4/2015
Ed Next Jay P. Greene’s Testimony to the Arkansas Common Core Council Commentary 5/4/2015
Education Trust ‘Because Someone Did It for Me’ Commentary 5/4/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Commentary 5/4/2015
NCTQ TQ News Extra Weekly newsletter 5/4/2015
Brookings Institute Social and Emotional Development: The Next School Reform Frontier Report 5/1/2015
Education Trust NAEP Results Highlight Opportunity for Deeper Social Studies Integration Commentary 5/1/2015
Empire Center Costs Up, Enrollment Down in NY Schools Commentary 5/1/2015

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