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Think Twice Weekly Report
May 6 - May 12, 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
Ed Next Teachers Don’t Need to Go It Alone on Personalized Learning Commentary 5/12/2017
Ed Next How Did Chronic Absenteeism Become a Thing? Commentary 5/12/2017
Heartland Institute California Private School Makes Millions From Snapchat Investment Commentary 5/12/2017
NCTQ Landscapes in teacher prep Report 5/12/2017
Beacon Center 2017 Legislative Session: That’s a Wrap! Commentary 5/11/2017
Brookings Institution How is policy affecting classroom instruction? Report 5/11/2017
Center for American Progress Don’t Stop Improving: How States Can Help Early Childhood Programs on Their Journey to High-Quality Commentary 5/11/2017
CRPE A Guide to Unifying Enrollment: The What, Why, and How for Those Considering It Report 5/11/2017
Ed Next That’s Not Fair! Commentary 5/11/2017
Fordham Institute Feds' role in your child's education is shrinking. Finally! Commentary 5/11/2017
Heartland Institute Finally, School Choice Arrives Commentary 5/11/2017
New America Foundation Mind the Gap: How Higher Education Contributes to Gender Wage Disparities Commentary 5/11/2017
New America Foundation Concerning English Learner Policy Trends in States' New School Accountability Systems Commentary 5/11/2017
Cato Institute Attention Students: Choose a Charter, Receive $5,700 Less Per Year Commentary 5/10/2017
ConnCAN ConnCAN Hosts Education Funding Panel With State Leaders And Local Advocates At The Connecticut State Missionary Baptist Convention. Announcement 5/10/2017
CRPE Personalized Learning Will Live or Die on Ability to Manage Change Announcement 5/10/2017
Fordham Institute Young, gifted, and black? Prepare to fight for your education Commentary 5/10/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 5/10/2017
Heartland Institute Colorado Considers Bills Tackling Expected Teacher Shortage Commentary 5/10/2017
New America Foundation Can ESSA Help Youth Apprenticeship Move Forward? Commentary 5/10/2017
AEI Efficiency can cost education Commentary 5/9/2017
AEI Career and technical education and federal policy Commentary 5/9/2017
Cato Institute Educators Ought to Embrace Educational Choice Commentary 5/9/2017
Center for American Progress Increased Opt-In Rates Boost Confidence in Higher Student Achievement Rates Commentary 5/9/2017
Fordham Institute Letter to a middle-aged Rick Hess Commentary 5/9/2017
Heartland Institute Wisconsin Schools of Choice Outperform Public Schools, Study Finds Commentary 5/9/2017
Heartland Institute Group Tries To Halt Expansion Of Arizona’s ESA Program Commentary 5/9/2017
New America Foundation All in the Family: Supporting Students through Family Engagement in ESSA Commentary 5/9/2017
University of Arkansas Charter School Funding: Inequity in the City Report 5/9/2017
AEI School choice is popular, but GOP must face down its image problem Commentary 5/8/2017
Bellwether Will Educators Lead Incarceration Reform? Commentary 5/8/2017
Ed Choice Back to the Staffing Surge Report 5/8/2017
Ed Choice New Study Shows Public Schools Systematically Favor All Other Staff Over Teachers and Students Commentary 5/8/2017
Ed Next American Exceptionalism Isn’t a Modern Idea Commentary 5/8/2017
Ed Next Rigorous Preschool Research Illuminates Policy (and Why the Heckman Equation May Not Compute) Commentary 5/8/2017
Ed Next Time to Help Teachers Generate and Use Their Own Evidence on Digital Tools Commentary 5/8/2017
Heartland Institute Feds Should Look Inward To Expand School Choice Commentary 5/8/2017
Heartland Institute UC Berkeley Drops Free Online Videos In Response To Government Threat Commentary 5/8/2017
New America Foundation Some Early Learning Programs See Funding Increases in 2017 Budget Bill Commentary 5/8/2017
New America Foundation Congress’ Decreased Support for Effective Instruction Flies in the Face of Teacher Appreciation Week Commentary 5/8/2017
Progressive Policy Institute PPI Highlights Indianapolis Educational Revolution at Packed Two-Day Conference Commentary 5/8/2017

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