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Think Twice Weekly Report
June 27 - July 3, 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
Ed Next Should Personalization Be the Future of Learning? Commentary 7/3/2015
Heartland Institute Michigan State Education Officials Push for Higher Teacher Pay Commentary 7/3/2015
Bellwether Who Speaks for Teachers? The Supreme Court Will Have an Opinion Commentary 7/2/2015
Fordham Institute Speak up! Change the world! Ruin your career! Commentary 7/2/2015
Heartland Institute National Student Privacy Bill Stirs Praise, Renews Concerns Commentary 7/2/2015
Pioneer Institute RIP PARCC Commentary 7/2/2015
Reason Foundation How Student-Based Budgeting Could Help Rescue Detroit's Public Schools Commentary 7/2/2015
Third Way Why We Need 95% of Students to Take Tests Commentary 7/2/2015
TNTP What Do Parents Think About the Common Core? Commentary 7/2/2015
CRPE New Orleans: Building a Strong Teacher Pipeline for Tomorrow's Schools Commentary 7/1/2015
Ed Trust Finding Success in Whatever Way Possible Commentary 7/1/2015
Fordham Institute ESAs aren't for everyone Commentary 7/1/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 7/1/2015
Heartland Institute Colorado Vouchers May Hit U.S. Supreme Court Commentary 7/1/2015
Heartland Institute Study Finds Students at Charters and Magnets Have Made ‘Meaningful Gains’ Commentary 7/1/2015
Lexington Institute Personalizing Educational Excellence in the Arizona Desert Commentary 7/1/2015
Third Way Rethinking Career Pathways & Salary Structures for Teachers Report 7/1/2015
AEI Colorado strikes down a school-choice program, but the case could meet a different fate at the Supreme Court Commentary 6/30/2015
AEI The future is now for school choice Commentary 6/30/2015
AEI The Schooling in America Survey: What the nation thinks about K–12 education Announcement 6/30/2015
Bellwether We Are Never, Ever, Ever Going Back to NCLB Commentary 6/30/2015
Cato Institute Supreme Court to Consider Ending Forced Public-Sector Union Dues Commentary 6/30/2015
CRPE Carrots, Sticks, and Sermons: How Policy Shapes Educational Entrepreneurship Report 6/30/2015
Friedman Foundation 2015 Schooling in America Survey: Perspectives on School Choice, Common Core, and Standardized Testing Report 6/30/2015
Heartland Institute Teachers Unions’ Political Power Stunts Education Reform in Montana Commentary 6/30/2015
NCTQ June 2015: Planning and collaboration time Commentary 6/30/2015
School Choice Wisconsin Statement on Public Education Group Requesting More Money Commentary 6/30/2015
TNTP The Conventional Wisdom on Teacher Development Commentary 6/30/2015
AEI What the gay-marriage ruling means for education Commentary 6/29/2015
AEI The Supreme Court just slashed the odds on ESEA reauthorization Announcement 6/29/2015
Bellwether Pacts Americana: Balancing National Interests, State Autonomy, and Education Accountability Report 6/29/2015
Bellwether Real Autonomy, Real Accountability: Pacts Americana Commentary 6/29/2015
Cato Institute Colorado Supreme Court Strikes Down School Vouchers Commentary 6/29/2015
CRPE New Orleans: A City That Works—Together Commentary 6/29/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 6/29/2015
Friedman Foundation Colorado Supreme Court Rules Douglas County Vouchers Unconstitutional Commentary 6/29/2015
New America Foundation Dual Language Learners Reader Post #8: What Do English-Only Laws Mean for DLLs/ELLs? Commentary 6/29/2015
Reason Foundation Charitable Giving Does Not Close Charter School Funding Gaps Commentary 6/29/2015
Heartland Institute States Are Finally Changing How They Rate School Performance and the Left Isn’t Happy About It Commentary 6/28/2015
Heartland Institute Technical Malfunctions Mar Common Core Testing Rollout Commentary 6/27/2015
Heartland Institute Nevada Legislators Create the Nation’s Most Inclusive ESA Program Commentary 6/27/2015
AEI Getting America’s narrative right: The APUSH framework debate Commentary 6/26/2015
AEI Tough decisions for families left out of choice in Nevada Commentary 6/26/2015
StudentsFirst Pennsylvania is Trying to End LIFO Commentary 6/26/2015
CRPE Ten Years After: What's Next for New Orleans? Commentary 6/25/2015

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