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Think Twice Weekly Report
December 5 - December 11, 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
CRPE What’s in a Name? Portfolio, Charter Schools, and the Boy Who Hated Kreplach Commentary 12/11/2015
ALEC Feltscher Gives Interview on Education Policy at ALEC Winter Meeting Audio 12/10/2015
Bellwether The Montessori Approach to Teacher Training: An Interview With Jackie Cossentino Commentary 12/10/2015
Brookings Institution The long-term impact of NCLB waivers on ESEA renewal Commentary 12/10/2015
Cato Institute Good Bye NCLB, Hello ESSA Commentary 12/10/2015
ConnCAN Newly-Signed Every Student Succeeds Act Presents Opportunity For Connecticut Commentary 12/10/2015
Ed Next The New Education Philanthropy Commentary 12/10/2015
Education Trust Statement by Kati Haycock, president of The Education Trust, on President Obama’s signing of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 Commentary 12/10/2015
Education Trust Just a Big Present to Adult Interests? Think Again! Commentary 12/10/2015
Education Trust Fast Fact: The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 Commentary 12/10/2015
Heartland Institute Watch this Mom Eviscerate Fed Ed Commentary 12/10/2015
Heritage Foundation Christmas Comes Early for Teachers Unions and Obama Administration With No Child Left Behind Rewrite Commentary 12/10/2015
Heritage Foundation Study Finds School Choice Increases Integration in Schools Commentary 12/10/2015
AEI Pay for preschool success Commentary 12/9/2015
Cato Institute Competition Is Healthy for Public Schools Commentary 12/9/2015
Center of the American Experiment School Vouchers for low-Income Parents Would Further State's Goal of Equal Opportunity Commentary 12/9/2015
CRPE Are Innovative K-12 Systems Solutions Hiding In Plain Sight? Commentary 12/9/2015
Ed Next Straight-Up Conversation: DCPS Chancellor Kaya Henderson Commentary 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute America's Best (and Worst) Cities for School Choice Report 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute How five states are boosting college readiness in twelfth grade Commentary 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute The value of comparability Commentary 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute Resistance is futile Commentary 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute America's best (and worst) cities for school choice Commentary 12/9/2015
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Commentary 12/9/2015
New America Foundation New Stakes in the Market: A Researcher and New Parent “Gets a Read on” the App Stores Commentary 12/9/2015
New America Foundation Every Student Succeeds Act and Early Learning Commentary 12/9/2015
AEI On declining teacher autonomy: It’s for real Commentary 12/8/2015
Brookings Institution ESEA reauthorization continues a long federal retreat from American classrooms Commentary 12/8/2015
Ed Next Should Your Next-Door Neighbor Assess Your Daughter’s Reading Skills? Commentary 12/8/2015
Friedman Foundation BRIEF: School Choice in the States November 2015 Commentary 12/8/2015
NCTQ 2015 State Teacher Policy Yearbook Report 12/8/2015
Show-Me Institute Universal Pre-K May Destroy The Preschool Marketplace Commentary 12/8/2015
Show-Me Institute Open-Source Alternatives May Disrupt Billion-Dollar Textbook Industry Commentary 12/8/2015
TNTP In Kentucky, a Collaborative Approach to School Turnaround Commentary 12/8/2015
AEI The split screen strategy: Igniting innovation in American schools Announcement 12/7/2015
AEI How to make the US $76 trillion richer? Education Commentary 12/7/2015
Brookings Institution When using longitudinal data for education research, three heads are better than one Commentary 12/7/2015
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 12/7/2015
New America Foundation Regional Education Group Recommends ECE Improvements Commentary 12/7/2015
New America Foundation Strengthening the Early Education Workforce: A Look at the Leading States Commentary 12/7/2015
New America Foundation What do Voters Think about the Early Childhood Education Profession? Commentary 12/7/2015
Pioneer Institute Massachusetts Charter Public Schools: Best Practices Serving English Language Learners Report 12/7/2015
Public Impact New Models Combine Teacher Leadership, Digital Learning Commentary 12/7/2015
University of Arkansas Do School Discipline Policies Treat Students Fairly? A Second Look at School Discipline Rate Disparities Report 12/7/2015
Bellwether The Peril of Teacher Evaluation Policy under ESSA Commentary 12/4/2015
Fordham Institute Don't let shuttered schools rot Commentary 12/4/2015
Heartland Institute Where a Wrong Answer Can be Right and the Right Answer Can Be Wrong Commentary 11/6/2015

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