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Fewer Suspensions, More Students Report Feeling Unsafe After Federal Intervention in Milwaukee Public Schools
Analysis finds effort to reduce racial disparities may be harming school safety The News: A Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) review of the impact of a federal intervention in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) on school discipline policy finds suspensions...
Case involves Governor Evers' decision to exclude certain journalists from press briefings The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) submitted an amicus to the U.S. Supreme Court, on behalf of former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, urging the...
UPDATE: UW-Madison quietly updated their announcement, nearly a month after it went out, to suggest their mental health counselors will not serve students exclusively on the basis of race. WILL Deputy Counsel, Dan Lennington, said, "While we don’t necessarily oppose...
Local health department told schools they could be closed due to COVID The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a letter to Kenosha County Public Health, the local health department, reminding the agency that Wisconsin Supreme Court...
Bills shine light on public school spending, curriculum The News: The Wisconsin Senate and Assembly passed two transparency bills, supported by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), that provide citizens with fresh access to public school curriculum...
WILL sued after Sheriff threatened teen with arrest for social media post The News: U.S. District Court Judge Brett Ludwig issued a decision declaring a Marquette County Sheriff’s threat to arrest a teenage girl over a social media post in March 2020, violated the...