A Statement on Kiel Threats

“We unequivocally condemn whoever has sent threats to the Kiel Area School District. We do not know who made these threats, but they certainly do not speak for us or what we believe in.”

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Fourth edition of Apples to Apples report again finds school choice performance advantage.

STATE THREATENS SCHOOL COUNSELOR’S LICENSE AFTER SHE DENOUNCED GENDER IDEOLOGY AT PUBLIC RALLY

WILL issued letter to DPI warning their actions to revoke license violate First Amendment.

WILL in WSJ: The Pronoun Police Come for Middle Schoolers

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WILL Represents 8th Graders Slapped With TITLE IX COMPLAINT FOR USING “INCORRECT PRONOUNS”

WILL’s letter explains that the mere use of biologically correct pronouns not only does not constitute sexual harassment under Title IX or the District’s own policy, it is speech protected by the First Amendment.

Wisconsin not meeting demand for charter schools

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WILL Deputy Counsel, Luke Berg, participated in Wisconsin Supreme Court oral arguments in Doe v. Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD), a critical parental rights case brought on behalf of a group of district parents.

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WILL Attorney, Clients Talk Kiel Title IX Controversy with Laura Ingraham

WILL Deputy Counsel, Luke Berg, and Kiel clients discussed the Title IX complaint against middle schoolers for using “incorrect pronouns.”

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Statement on Kiel Threats

Statement on Kiel Threats

We live in a society where we resolve our differences by public debate and the rule of law. We do not resolve them by violence or threats of violence. The difference between our clients and the Kiel Area School District will be resolved through legal means. As such,...

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