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Think Twice Weekly Report
August 8 - August 14, 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 Why Teachers Shouldn’t Grade Their Own Students Commentary 8/14/2015
Education Trust Principal Pipeline Commentary 8/14/2015
Heartland Institute California Districts Sued for Dismissing Test Scores from Teacher Evaluations Commentary 8/14/2015
Public Impact Instead of Ineffective PD, Try Redesigning Teacher Roles Commentary 8/14/2015
AEI Is there really a teacher shortage? Commentary 8/13/2015
Brookings Institute The complicated politics of national standards: The many sources of opposition (part 1 of 3) Commentary 8/13/2015
Cato Institute The School Choice Myth That Just Won’t Die Commentary 8/13/2015
Center for American Progress How the Common Core Will Help the United States Bring Up Its Grade on Mathematics Education Report 8/13/2015
Heartland Institute Five Reasons Teachers Unions Must Change Commentary 8/13/2015
Heartland Institute Ohio Bill Would Give Local Districts Control Over Standardized Tests Commentary 8/13/2015
Heartland Institute PARCC Consortium Shrinks to Just Seven States Commentary 8/13/2015
AEI Education questions for GOP candidates Commentary 8/12/2015
Brookings Institute Lessons from the trenches on making school choice work Commentary 8/12/2015
Ed Next Julie Young Returns To Online Learning Commentary 8/12/2015
Ed Next What Education Activist Campbell Brown Should Ask the 2016 GOP Hopefuls Commentary 8/12/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 8/12/2015
Heartland Institute What Presidential Candidates Should Say about Education Commentary 8/12/2015
Heartland Institute Senate Passes No Child Left Behind Reauthorization Commentary 8/12/2015
New America Foundation Free Lunch for All Hungry Students Commentary 8/12/2015
AEI Schooling the GOP candidates Commentary 8/11/2015
Heartland Institute New Orleans Parents Call for More Choice Commentary 8/11/2015
Heartland Institute North Carolina Voucher Program Upheld, Expected to Expand Commentary 8/11/2015
Heartland Institute Pernicious Egalitarianism Shrinks 8th Grade Algebra Programs Commentary 8/11/2015
New America Foundation Helpful or Harmful: The Role of School Resource Officers Commentary 8/11/2015
Show-Me Institute Is There Evidence Of A “Teacher Exodus” From Kansas? Commentary 8/11/2015
TNTP Getting Real About Teacher Development Commentary 8/11/2015
Bellwether To fix teacher shortages, we need to change how we think about teacher preparation Commentary 8/10/2015
Cato Institute Is There Really a National Teacher Shortage? Commentary 8/10/2015
Ed Next Instead of Ineffective Professional Development, Try Redesigning Teacher Roles Commentary 8/10/2015
Ed Next Teacher Shortage? Blame the Economy Commentary 8/10/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 8/10/2015
AEI 5 questions every presidential candidate should answer on K–12 education edition Commentary 8/7/2015

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