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Think Twice Weekly Report
December 9 - December 15, 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 Choice Behind the Scenes with EdChoice’s Research Team Podcast 12/15/2017
Ed Next Plain Talk and School Reform Commentary 12/15/2017
Manhattan Institute When School-Discipline 'Reform' Makes Schools Less Safe Commentary 12/15/2017
Heartland Institute ESAs Could Improve Connecticut Student Outcomes, Save Millions, Study Finds Commentary 12/15/2017
AEI New Rules, Same Standards: An Analysis of New Jersey’s Tenure Reforms Report 12/14/2017
Center of the American Experiment “Legacy Minnesota” Program Prepares High Schoolers for Careers in Energy Industry Commentary 12/14/2017
CRPE When Schools Come in Different Flavors, It Doesn’t Mean Families Have Options Commentary 12/14/2017
CRPE Opening the Schoolhouse Door: Helping Charter Schools Access Space in District-Owned Facilities Report 12/14/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: New Report Shows The Positive Fiscal Effects Of An Education Savings Account Program In Connecticut Commentary 12/14/2017
Heartland Institute Research & Commentary: National Survey Shows Parents Want School Choice Commentary 12/14/2017
AEI Some advice for champions of social and emotional learning Commentary 12/13/2017
AEI The year of school choice is ending with a whimper Commentary 12/13/2017
AEI Lessons learned in school reform Commentary 12/13/2017
Center of the American Experiment Learning and Doing Math Vocationally Commentary 12/13/2017
Ed Next Some Advice for Champions of Social and Emotional Learning Commentary 12/13/2017
Fordham Institute Can parents prod schools to get better? Commentary 12/13/2017
Fordham Institute The Education Gadfly Weekly Weekly digest 12/13/2017
George W. Bush Institute The Next Big Thing in School Accountability: Better Supports for Students and Teachers Commentary 12/13/2017
Heartland Institute Let's Put An End To The Left's Myths About The Liberal Arts Commentary 12/13/2017
Heartland Institute World Leaders Gather In Bonn To Celebrate Missing Climate Targets Commentary 12/13/2017
Mackinac Center School Choice Breaks Down Racial Barriers Commentary 12/13/2017
Manhattan Institute Do Black Students Need White Peers? Commentary 12/13/2017
Heartland Institute Rhode Island Judge Orders Temporary Ban On Teachers Union ‘Sickouts’ Commentary 12/13/2017
Heartland Institute Florida ESA Program Runs Out Of Funding Because Of Huge Demand Commentary 12/13/2017
WILL WILL Press Release | Final Chapter Of Obama DOJ Investigation Into School Choice Commentary 12/13/2017
Badger Institute Wisconsin school officials want federal role in local education reduced Commentary 12/12/2017
Bellwether Primetime for Coaching: Improving Instructional Coaching in Early Childhood Education Report 12/12/2017
Brookings Institute Complementary strategies for teaching collaboration and critical thinking skills Commentary 12/12/2017
Ed Choice Summarizing 2017’s National K–12 Education and School Choice Surveys Commentary 12/12/2017
New America Foundation Out Today- Transforming the Early Education Workforce: A Multimedia Guidebook Multimedia guidebook 12/12/2017
Pioneer Institute Mediocrity 2.0: Massachusetts Rebrands Common Core ELA and Math Report 12/12/2017
Brookings Institute It is time for a 'Rooney rule' for teachers Commentary 12/11/2017
Center on Education Policy Planning for Progress: States Reflect on Year One Implementation of ESSA Report 12/11/2017
Fordham Institute First-person perspective: Personalized learning is real—and it works Commentary 12/11/2017
Fordham Institute Ohio Education Gadfly Biweekly Biweekly digest 12/11/2017
Heartland Institute Charter Schools Are Keeping Families In Kansas City Commentary 12/11/2017
New America Foundation Making State Report Cards Work for English Learners Commentary 12/11/2017
Fordham Institute Utilizing YouTube for immersive VR science learning Commentary 12/12/2007

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