EMPOWER SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS WITH POLICY SOLUTIONS

WILL Director of Education Policy, Libby Sobic, highlights the importance of equipping local leaders with model policies in a new AEI report.

The State of Wisconsin Education

Cutting through the noise about where Wisconsin education stacks up.

WILL FILES WEC COMPLAINT OVER ILLEGAL RACINE ELECTION VAN

Racine’s use of mobile sites violates state law directives on absentee ballot collection.

OPINION | State Public Records Law needs to be fixed

Lucas Vebber and Samantha Dorning urge the legislature to fix the open records law to ensure the public can hold records-holders accountable.

Washington Examiner Highlights WILL Report on Teacher Indoctrination at UW System

WILL’s From the Top report closely examines the required courses at UW System schools for teacher education.

AMEILLIA WEDWARD AND MIRANDA SPINDT JOIN GROWING WILL TEAM

Wedward and Spindt bolster WILL’s capacity for communication, development, and policy research.

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WILL offers these model policies with goals of increasing parents’ rights and involvement, creating transparency, optimizing student academic achievement and improving school governance.

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Empower School Board Members With Policy Solutions

Empower School Board Members With Policy Solutions

WILL Director of Education Policy, Libby Sobic, is the author of Empower School Board Members With Policy Solutions, a new publication from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). The rising tide of parent engagement and activism requires policy thinkers to turn...

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WILL Files WEC Complaint Over Illegal Racine Election Van

WILL Files WEC Complaint Over Illegal Racine Election Van

Racine’s use of mobile sites violates state law directives on absentee ballot collection The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) against the City Clerk of Racine for employing...

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Ameillia Wedward and Miranda Spindt Join Growing WILL Team

Ameillia Wedward and Miranda Spindt Join Growing WILL Team

Wedward and Spindt will assist WILL in development, communications, and policy research The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) added Ameillia Wedward, Development and Communications Associate, and Miranda Spindt, Policy Associate, to bolster...

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Milwaukee’s $100 Million Opportunity

Milwaukee’s $100 Million Opportunity

WILL urges Milwaukee to allocate ARPA funds to education, infrastructure, and public safety The News: The City of Milwaukee has a historic opportunity to prioritize the allocation of hundreds of millions of federal COVID-relief funds, and it is worth investigating the...

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Legislature Should Protect Wisconsin’s Public Records Law

Legislature Should Protect Wisconsin’s Public Records Law

Recent court decision may cause government actors to withhold records The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a policy brief that encourages the Wisconsin legislature to fix Wisconsin’s open records law, in light of a recent Wisconsin...

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WILL Applauds JCRAR Action Suspending WEC Ballot Curing Rule

WILL Applauds JCRAR Action Suspending WEC Ballot Curing Rule

The News: The Wisconsin legislature’s Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rule (JCRAR) suspended a Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) rule that addressed whether clerks can “cure”, or fill in missing information, on absentee ballots. The Wisconsin Institute...

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