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Think Twice Weekly Report
November 3 - November 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
Center of the American Experiment Transgender Conformity at Nova Classical Academy Commentary 11/10/2017
Fordham Institute Expanding 529 plans expands school choice, and that's a good thing Commentary 11/10/2017
Fordham Institute 529 expansion proposal doesn't count as real school choice Commentary 11/10/2017
Heartland Institute Require Citizen Naturalization Test For Graduation, Organization Urges Commentary 11/10/2017
Manhattan Institute Reflections on the Election in Douglas County Commentary 11/10/2017
AEI GOP plan fails to deliver meaningful school choice Commentary 11/9/2017
AEI AEI Ed Policy Academy Announcement 11/9/2017
Brookings Institution For public school choice, focus on reality—not rhetoric Commentary 11/9/2017
Ed Next Reflections on the Election in Douglas County Commentary 11/9/2017
New America Foundation When Degree Programs for Pre-K Teachers Go Online Report 11/9/2017
AEI Talk Is Cheap, but Good Education Costs: The Truth About New Jersey’s High Tax Burden Report 11/8/2017
Ed Next Can Hot Wheels Change the Way We Teach STEM? Commentary 11/8/2017
Fordham Institute Testing tweaks that every state should consider during their 2018 legislative sessions Commentary 11/8/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 11/8/2017
Heartland Institute Rumors About Betsy Devos’ Resignation Squelched Commentary 11/8/2017
Heartland Institute Poll: Millennials Strongly Support School Choice Commentary 11/8/2017
New America Foundation Educating California’s English Learners: Chula Vista’s Expansion of Dual Language Programs in an Era of English-Only Policies Report 11/8/2017
Show-Me Institute Think Parents Won’t Get The Information They Need To Choose Between Schools? Think Again. Commentary 11/8/2017
AEI The price of learning in Liberia Commentary 11/7/2017
Ed Choice The Chicken and the Egg of Educational Choice Commentary 11/7/2017
Heartland Institute Dozens Of Children Disenrolled From School Over Gender Presentations Commentary 11/7/2017
TNTP ACADEMICS AND ADVOCATES: Teachers on the Power of Bringing Rigor and Relevance Together Commentary 11/7/2017
AEI The ‘A’ word: Gerard Robinson—’We have got to get rid of the term “accountability.” It’s simply too toxic.’ Commentary 11/6/2017
Brookings Institution Who is evaluating US schools? Commentary 11/6/2017
Center of the American Experiment Parental Choice is Working: Why are the teachers’ union and Hollywood attacking charter schools? Commentary 11/6/2017
ConnCAN Funding Equality In Public Education Commentary 11/6/2017
Ed Choice BRIEF: School Choice in the States, October 2017 Commentary 11/6/2017
Ed Next State Plans Under the Every Student Succeeds Act: Where Is the Research? Commentary 11/6/2017
Ed Trust Steubenville Part 1: Changing the Path of Poverty Podcast 11/6/2017
Ed Trust Steubenville Part 2: A Program in Service of a Vision Podcast 11/6/2017
Ed Trust Steubenville Part 3: Tackling the Secondary Drop-off Podcast 11/6/2017
Fordham Institute Reputation or data: One parent's effort to identify "good" schools Commentary 11/6/2017
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 11/6/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: Military Families Overwhelmingly In Favor Of Private School Choice Programs Commentary 11/6/2017
New America Foundation Signs of a Bright Future for Georgia’s Pre-K Students Commentary 11/6/2017
Heartland Institute Pennsylvania Bill Would Tie Teacher Layoffs To Performance, Not Seniority Commentary 11/4/2017
Heartland Institute Iowa Proposes Using Student Opinions In ESSA Plan Commentary 11/4/2017
Brookings Institution WATCH: How big is the learning crisis — and can we do anything about it? Video 11/3/2017
Cato Institute Public Schooling Battles: October Dispatch Commentary 11/3/2017
Fordham Institute When it comes to ed reform, a "good" year is subjective. Very subjective. Commentary 11/3/2017
Fordham Institute Racial disparities in suspension rates aren't driven by discrimination, at least in Wisconsin Commentary 11/3/2017
Heartland Institute How EarlyEdU Alliance is Increasing Access to Higher Ed Programs for ECE Teachers Commentary 11/3/2017
Heartland Institute Education Savings Accounts: Empowering Kids And Saving Money In Connecticut Commentary 11/3/2017

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