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Think Twice Weekly Report
May 30 - June 5, 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
AEI The Schooling in America Survey: What the nation thinks about K–12 education Announcement 6/5/2015
Ed Next High-Poverty Schools With No Trouble Attracting Great Teachers Announcement 6/5/2015
Mackinac Center Tying Teacher Evaluations to Student Achievement Will Be Major Reform Commentary 6/5/2015
AEI The science of early learning: A foundation for expanding opportunity Announcement 6/4/2015
AEI The state of entrepreneurship in K–12 education Announcement 6/4/2015
Bellwether Plans, Politics, and Potential for Detroit’s Schools Commentary 6/4/2015
Education Trust More Teachers Are Sticking Around, But in Which Schools? Commentary 6/4/2015
Education Trust Calling the Nation’s Civil Rights Leaders Ignorant on Testing: Really? Commentary 6/4/2015
Education Trust ‘Mr. Booth Needs to Stay’ Commentary 6/4/2015
Education Trust Fast Fact: More Teachers Are Sticking Around, But in Which Schools? Commentary 6/4/2015
New America Foundation The Challenge of Diversity in Pre-K Classrooms Commentary 6/4/2015
New America Foundation What the Seal of Biliteracy Can Do for English Language Learners Commentary 6/4/2015
Show-Me Institute The Best School Choice Program in America Commentary 6/4/2015
AEI How to improve economic mobility for low-income children Commentary 6/3/2015
ALEC Nevada: Setting New Precedents in Education Choice Commentary 6/3/2015
Cato Institute Nevada Enacts First Nearly Universal Education Savings Account Commentary 6/3/2015
ConnCAN ConnCAN Offers Statement On CSDE Choice Study Commentary 6/3/2015
Ed Next School Districts Are Using Blended Learning, but Aren’t Keeping Data on Student Outcomes Commentary 6/3/2015
Education Sector Up for Vote #6: HELP for Education Consumers Commentary 6/3/2015
Fordham Institute How schools can solve Robert Putnam's poverty paradox Commentary 6/3/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 6/3/2015
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States May 2015 Commentary 6/3/2015
Heartland Institute Common Core Battle Apparently Meant Nothing Commentary 6/3/2015
Heritage Foundation Michigan Bill Would Add to Regulations on Homeschooling Commentary 6/3/2015
AEI Everybody to the right Commentary 6/2/2015
Bellwether Teacher Retention and the Economy: An Example from Colorado Commentary 6/2/2015
CRPE Uncovering the Productivity Promise of Rural Education Commentary 6/2/2015
Ed Next District Schools Showcased as Blended Learning Proof Points Commentary 6/2/2015
Friedman Foundation Earning Full Credit: Learning from and Improving Indiana’s School Scholarship Tax Credit Law Report 6/2/2015
Heartland Institute Nevada Governor Signs Nation's First Universal ESA Program into Law Commentary 6/2/2015
Heritage Foundation Nevada Becomes Fifth State to Enact Groundbreaking Education Savings Accounts Commentary 6/2/2015
Public Impact How to Hire Great Teachers and Teacher-Leaders: Free Toolkits Commentary 6/2/2015
TNTP The Arts Are Not Just for Fun Commentary 6/2/2015
AEI Red tape comes to charter schooling Commentary 6/1/2015
Ed Next Universal Basic Skills and Sustainable Development Goals Commentary 6/1/2015
Ed Next When It Comes to Blended Learning, Charter Schools Get Most of the Attention Commentary 6/1/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 6/1/2015
New America Foundation Dual Language Learners Reader Post #4: How Long Does it Take to Learn English? Commentary 6/1/2015
Education Trust Higher Ed’s Pivotal Role in Breaking the Cycle of Poverty Commentary 5/28/2015

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