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Think Twice Weekly Report
August 5 - August 11, 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
Center of the American Experiment MN Public Schools Miss the Mark: Test Results Stagnant, Achievement Gap Persists Commentary 8/10/2017
Education Trust Getting Students Over the AP Finish Line: Hear From Schools Already Doing It Commentary 8/10/2017
Fordham Institute Silent progress on education Commentary 8/10/2017
Fordham Institute Why is the location of children's homes still the primary predictor of their educational outcomes? Commentary 8/10/2017
Heartland Institute Law Firm Demands Pennsylvania High School Allow Pro-life Club Commentary 8/10/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Tax-Credit Scholarship Would Be A Great First Step Toward Private School Choice In Illinois Commentary 8/10/2017
Center of the American Experiment The DFL’s “Young Learners” Marching to Pre-School This Fall Commentary 8/9/2017
Center of the American Experiment What Do We Do When School Reform Fails? Redux. Commentary 8/9/2017
Heartland Institute Homeschooling: The Ultimate School Choice Report 8/9/2017
NCTQ Changing Reading Instruction by the Book Commentary 8/9/2017
Reason Foundation Dallas County School Districts Highlight Problems with Local Education Revenues Commentary 8/9/2017
AEI Charter schools in the developing world: A keynote address by Liberian Education Minister George K. Werner Podcast 8/8/2017
Bellwether Teacher Turnover Isn’t Always Negative – Just Look at D.C. Public Schools’ Results Commentary 8/8/2017
Fordham Institute Coming to our senses on poverty Video/commentary 8/8/2017
Fordham Institute Ohio's charter sector is contracting, and that's worrisome for the whole country Commentary 8/8/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 8/8/2017
Fordham Institute Steal this idea: A national effort to help schools go from good to great Commentary 8/8/2017
Heartland Institute Nevada Legislature Fails To Fund State’s Education Savings Account Program Commentary 8/8/2017
New America Foundation To Foster Inclusivity, Start Early Commentary 8/8/2017
Show-Me Institute Is Missouri's Teacher Pension System Unfair? Commentary 8/8/2017
Heartland Institute U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Religious Liberty In Church Playground Case Commentary 8/8/2017
AEI Education reform: Reorganizing schools to address inequality | VIEWPOINT Video 8/7/2017
Center of the American Experiment Another Year of Mediocrity for Minnesota’s Public Schools Commentary 8/7/2017
CRPE Disability Rights Advocates Are Fighting the Wrong Fight on School Choice Commentary 8/7/2017
New America Foundation High-Stakes For Whom? Understanding Principal Behavior in Rating Teacher Performance Commentary 8/7/2017
New America Foundation Leveraging Local Needs Assessments and Plan Development to Support Early Learning in ESSA Commentary 8/7/2017
AEI The pay leaders deserve Commentary 8/6/2017
AEI The blood money trap Commentary 8/6/2017
AEI The complications of state-level education policymaking Commentary 8/6/2017
EdChoice School Choice Is Bankrupting Public Schools: Fact or Fiction? Commentary 8/6/2017
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 8/6/2017
Mackinac Center Measuring Success in Alternative Education Commentary 8/6/2017
New America Foundation Q&A with Elizabeth Groginsky on DC's New ECE Credentialing Requirements Commentary 8/6/2017
New America Foundation Which States are Leading on Early Childhood Leaders? Commentary 8/6/2017
Show-Me Institute Reconsidering Teacher Pay Commentary 8/6/2017
Harvard-PEPG Union Reform and Teacher Turnover: Evidence from Wisconsin's Act Report 8/3/2017
CREDO Charter School Performance in Texas Report 8/1/2017

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