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Think Twice Weekly Report
September 23 - September 29, 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
Bellwether Should We Strive for More Generalists and Fewer Specialists in Education? Commentary 9/29/2017
Brookings Institution Teacher diversity gaps and their evolution under Trump Commentary 9/29/2017
Cato Institute Is It “Banning” To Reject the Book in the First Place? Commentary 9/29/2017
Ed Next Five Thoughts on Dan Koretz’s The Testing Charade Commentary 9/29/2017
Fordham Foundation DeVos's call for innovation is laudable, but we must also ensure quality Commentary 9/29/2017
Heartland Institute Illinois Approves Tax-credit Scholarship Program Commentary 9/29/2017
Center for American Progress Revisiting the Persistent Teacher Diversity Problem Commentary 9/28/2017
CRPE District Schools Don’t Always Have to Close—They Can Transform Commentary 9/28/2017
Ed Next Private School Choice Increases College Enrollment in Florida. Could It Work Nationally? Commentary 9/28/2017
Fordham Foundation Hope in the face of declining enrollments Announcement 9/28/2017
University of Arkansas Does Regulation Induce Homogenization? An Analysis of Three Voucher Programs in the United States Report 9/28/2017
ConnCAN ConnCAN CEO Responds To Historic Day At CT Supreme Court Commentary 9/28/2017
AEI Teachers unions blow an easy chance to walk the walk Commentary 9/27/2017
Brookings Institution Personalized learning: The importance of teachers in a technology-driven world Commentary 9/27/2017
Cato Institute K-12 Schollies = More College Commentary 9/27/2017
Center of the American Experiment Best Serving the Interests of Students, Not the Bureaucratic Convenience of Grown-Ups Commentary 9/27/2017
Fordham Foundation Does a mostly female workforce explain America's teacher absenteeism problem? Commentary 9/27/2017
Fordham Foundation Reject the soft bigotry of low expectations, don’t be a party to it Commentary 9/27/2017
Fordham Foundation Is parental satisfaction enough? Commentary 9/27/2017
Fordham Foundation The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 9/27/2017
Heartland Institute Arkansas Parents Fight For Local Control Of District Commentary 9/27/2017
Heartland Institute Less Than One-Third Of DC Students Score As ‘College And Career Ready’ Commentary 9/27/2017
AEI The funding crisis myth Commentary 9/26/2017
Bellwether All Parents Have High Hopes: A Recap Commentary 9/26/2017
Center for American Progress Betsy Devos’ Flawed Regulatory Rollback Commentary 9/26/2017
Center of the American Experiment Schools That Focus on Indoctrination Rather than Education Pay a Price Commentary 9/26/2017
CRPE Experts Respond to Better Together: How Can Districts and Charters Tackle Declining Enrollment? Commentary 9/26/2017
CRPE The Forces Behind Declining Enrollment and a New Way Forward Commentary 9/26/2017
Ed Choice Can School Choice Keep Children Safe from Bullying? Commentary 9/26/2017
Ed Next Public Schools Don’t Have a Monopoly on Creating Good Citizens Commentary 9/26/2017
Heartland Institute Florida Parents Could Face Arrest For Children’s Truancy Commentary 9/26/2017
Manhattan Institute De Blasio Pledged Progress for Schools. For $582 Million, Change Is Slow. Commentary 9/26/2017
New America Foundation Using Data-Driven Indicators to Improve Outcomes for Young Learners Commentary 9/26/2017
New America Foundation Bringing Drama (and Literacy) to Early STEM—and Vice Versa Commentary 9/26/2017
Heartland Institute Qatari Foundation Funds Arabic Courses In U.S. Public Schools Commentary 9/26/2017
AEI Unions make excuses for teachers skipping school Commentary 9/25/2017
Cato Institute From Little Rock to Trump, Are There Lessons To Be Learned? Commentary 9/25/2017
Ed Next Public Schools’ Billion-Hour Teacher Absenteeism Problem Commentary 9/25/2017
Ed Next Race, Poverty, and Interpreting Overrepresentation in Special Education Commentary 9/25/2017
Fordham Foundation Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 9/25/2017
Heartland Institute K-12 Disaster Shows Need For Fundamental Reforms Commentary 9/25/2017
Heartland Institute Want The Feds To Run Local Public Schools? Make ‘Em Get A Permission Slip From Parents Commentary 9/25/2017
WILL WILL Blog | Impacts Of Regulation On Performance Of School Choice Programs Commentary 9/25/2017

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