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Think Twice Weekly Report
September 2 - September 8, 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 Straight Up Conversation: US organizer Eric Kalenze explains researchED Commentary 9/8/2017
AEI DeVos Moves to Rein in the Campus Kangaroo Courts Commentary 9/8/2017
Bellwether In Light of DACA Repeal, What Can Educators Do Now? Commentary 9/8/2017
Brookings Institution A back-to-school primer: 6 facts about the education system and learning in the US Commentary 9/8/2017
Fordham Institute Illinois funding reform: Transformative policy in an unlikely state Commentary 9/8/2017
Heartland Institute New Florida Law Protects Religious Expression In Public Schools Commentary 9/8/2017
AEI Thanks to one reform, school principals spend weeks doing paperwork Commentary 9/7/2017
AEI Federal Special Education Law and State School Choice Programs Report 9/7/2017
Brookings Institute Scrutinizing equal pay for equal work among teachers Report 9/7/2017
Brookings Institution Inclusive school environments: Improving outcomes for students with and without disabilities Announcement 9/7/2017
Ed Next How to Earn Public Support for Charter Schools Commentary 9/7/2017
Fordham Institute The slow but steady evolution of teacher retirement plans Commentary 9/7/2017
NCTQ September 2017: Substitute Teachers Commentary 9/7/2017
New America Foundation DACAmented Teacher on DACA: ‘The Fight Continues’ Commentary 9/7/2017
Reason Foundation Time to Make it Easier for Kids to Find the Right School Commentary 9/7/2017
AEI Education reform: Building ESSA | VIEWPOINT Video 9/6/2017
CRPE Returning the Favor: David Osborne Goes Deep in "Reinventing America's Schools" Commentary 9/6/2017
Ed Choice BRIEF: School Choice in the States, August 2017 Commentary 9/6/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 9/6/2017
Fordham Institute Should teachers have their own brands? Commentary 9/6/2017
Fordham Institute 3 reasons most teachers still believe the learning styles myth Commentary 9/6/2017
Heartland Institute Teachers Union Likens Giving People Choice To A Bomb Commentary 9/6/2017
AEI Charter school supporters shouldn’t panic Commentary 9/5/2017
AEI From the archives: Back to school 2017 Announcement 9/5/2017
Center for American Progress The Stakes Are Too High to Ignore the Trump-DeVos Agenda Report 9/5/2017
ConnCAN Early Childhood Education: An Equalizer In Our Society Commentary 9/5/2017
Ed Choice Coming Together: A Democrat and a Republican Talk Putting Politics Aside, Putting Children and School Choice First Commentary 9/5/2017
Ed Next A Vision for the Future of K-3 Reading Policy – Personalized and Mastery-Based Commentary 9/5/2017
Ed Next The Play’s the Thing Commentary 9/5/2017
Fordham Institute Bright vs. gifted: An unnecessary distinction Commentary 9/5/2017
Heartland Institute Treating Teachers As Normal Employees Benefits Children Commentary 9/5/2017
Mackinac Center A “Not Welcome” Sign for Special-Needs Students Commentary 9/5/2017
New America Foundation Takeaways from New America and CEELO Blog Series on Early Learning and ESSA Commentary 9/5/2017
New America Foundation Why Training Teachers in Social and Emotional Learning is Just as Important as the ABC’s Commentary 9/5/2017
Pioneer Institute Op-ed: Mass. has tools to lead in online learning — but doesn’t Commentary 9/5/2017
Show-Me Institute The School Choice Segregation Myth Commentary 9/5/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: The Lack Of Quality Alternatives For School-Closure Students Commentary 9/5/2017
Heartland Institute New Jersey’s Opportunity to Advance Educational Outcomes (From the Bergen Record) Commentary 9/3/2017
University of Arkansas The Play’s the Thing: Experimentally Examining the Social and Cognitive Effects of School Field Trips to Live Theater Performances Report 9/1/2017

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