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Think Twice Weekly Report
March 4 - March 10, 2017

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 Analyzing an Educational Revolution Report 3/10/2017
Ed Choice Debunking Arguments Against School Choice: “Privatization” Drains Money From Already “Underfunded” Public Schools Commentary 3/10/2017
Ed Choice Friday Freakout: Why and How We Engage School Choice Opponents on Twitter Commentary 3/10/2017
Ed Next Is Choice About Better Test Scores? Commentary 3/10/2017
Fordham Institute A diversified approach to federal investment in school choice in a bull market Commentary 3/10/2017
Heartland Institute Growing Percentage Of Non-Catholic Students At Catholic Schools A National Trend Commentary 3/10/2017
WILL WILL Press Release | The Never-Ending Story Of Milwuakee's Vacant School Buildings Commentary 3/10/2017
AEI The failure of Obama’s School Improvement Grants | In 60 seconds Video 3/9/2017
AEI Governors are poised to bear down on ed tech and rural education in 2017 Commentary 3/9/2017
Bellwether The Day I Was Reminded LGBTQ Students Still Don’t Feel Safe in Schools Commentary 3/9/2017
Ed Next Rocky Start for ProPublica “Alternative Schools” Series Commentary 3/9/2017
Ed Next School Choice Goes To the Movies Commentary 3/9/2017
Education Trust Statement From The Education Trust on the Overturning of ESSA Accountability Regulations in the U.S. Senate Commentary 3/9/2017
Fordham Institute Title II scholarships for kids Commentary 3/9/2017
Heartland Institute Catholic, 'Hybrid' Homeschooling Centers Expand Nationwide Commentary 3/9/2017
Heartland Institute Tiny, Rural Missouri School District Spends Little, Gets Exceptional Results Commentary 3/9/2017
New America Foundation Pop Culture and Girl Scouts Commentary 3/9/2017
Show-Me Institute Missouri Students Need Access to Advanced Coursework Commentary 3/9/2017
AEI The first branch steps up Commentary 3/8/2017
AEI Interview—Rick Hess: The Every Student Succeeds Act Commentary 3/8/2017
Bellwether Where Are All The Female Superintendents? Commentary 3/8/2017
ConnCAN ConnCAN Launches Citizen-Powered Board Watch Program to Observe Public School Board Meetings in Communities Across Connecticut Commentary 3/8/2017
Ed Next School Choice Advocates Should Be Worried About Federalizing School Choice Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute Choice trumps: Supporting state success by expanding education options Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute Cut down the constitution for school choice? Beware the devil Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute Too many school districts forgo acceleration and leave bright students behind Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute Rural communities need school reform, too Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute Closing schools and leaving fellow women in the lurch is no way to celebrate women Commentary 3/8/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 3/8/2017
Heartland Institute Supreme Court Vacates Lower Court Transgender Bathroom Ruling Commentary 3/8/2017
New America Foundation New Solutions—Not Just New Winners—In the Curriculum Marketplace Commentary 3/8/2017
Reason Foundation School Finance Reforms Must Address District-level Problems Commentary 3/8/2017
Show-Me Institute No, Charter Schools Won't Take Over Your School District Commentary 3/8/2017
AEI Go small on school choice Commentary 3/7/2017
AEI A new college entrance exam: talking about the Classic Learning Test with Jeremy Tate Commentary 3/7/2017
Center for American Progress Revisited: Do Schools Challenge Our Students? Commentary 3/7/2017
Ed Choice BRIEF: School Choice in the States, February 2017 Commentary 3/7/2017
Fordham Institute Federal tax credit: Gift horse or Trojan horse? Commentary 3/7/2017
Fordham Institute Trump heats up the voucher war, but the evidence still favors choice Commentary 3/7/2017
Fordham Institute School choice advocates should be worried about federalizing school choice Commentary 3/7/2017
Fordham Institute School choice programs must serve students, not schools Commentary 3/7/2017
Heartland Institute U.S. Supreme Court Withdraws From Transgender Bathroom Case Commentary 3/7/2017
Heartland Institute ESAS Would Help 'The Land Of Opportunity' Live Up To Its Name Commentary 3/7/2017
New America Foundation Better Compensation: A Necessary Component for a Strong Head Start Workforce Commentary 3/7/2017
TNTP 10 Ways to Teach Black History All Year Round Commentary 3/7/2017
AEI The Senate should undo Obama’s education power grab Commentary 3/6/2017
AEI The Structure of an Educational Revolution Commentary 3/6/2017
AEI When even scholarly journals are political Commentary 3/6/2017
CRPE A troubling contagion: The rural 4-day school week Commentary 3/6/2017
Ed Choice The Right Reasons for Supporting (or Opposing) School Choice Commentary 3/6/2017
Fordham Institute Can we re-open the charter frontier? Commentary 3/6/2017
Fordham Institute Providing more gifted classes to children of color in Florida Commentary 3/6/2017
Heartland Institute Feds Transform Title IX Into Enemy Of Common Sense Commentary 3/6/2017
Heartland Institute When It Comes To Civics Education, The Left Wants To Keep Children In The Dark Commentary 3/6/2017
Heartland Institute States, Not The Federal Government, Should Shape School Accountability Commentary 3/6/2017
WILL Wisconsin Public Radio | Study Shows Wisconsin Choice Schools Outperform Traditional Schools Commentary 3/6/2017
Heartland Institute Why Cutting Back 'Free' School Lunches Would Be A Favor To Families Commentary 3/4/2017

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