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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Szafir: At MPS, the status quo is unacceptable

WILL Education Policy Director and Associate Counsel, CJ Szafir, writing at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: "Is it time for state intervention of ...

WILL Warns Racine Unified of Open Meetings Violation

 In a letter to the Racine Unified School District’s superintendent and board of education, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has put the ...

The Cost to School Districts due to Wisconsin’s Prevailing Wage Law

The Cost to School Districts due to Wisconsin’s Prevailing Wage Law Introduction School districts have decried Governor Walker’s proposed reductions in anticipated state aid. While it now appears …

WILL Analysis | School Districts Could Save $245 Million With Prevailing Wage Reform

WILL Analysis Data shows $245 million could be saved by Wisconsin schools School districts have decried Governor Walker’s proposed reductions in ...

WILL Challenges DPI Powers on Behalf of School in Choice Program

Argues that DPI lacks legal authority to overrule auditors, mandate new requirements on choice program May 19, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Esenberg: Special needs vouchers and federal law

WILL President and General Counsel, Rick Esenberg, writing in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: "In an article on special needs vouchers in today's ...

Growth and Gaps

Charter schools were designed to be public schools that facilitate educators’ efforts to navigate around bureaucratic inefficiencies and the influence of ...

WILL Files Brief In Support of Right to Work Law, Union Members

WILL Files Brief In Support of Right to Work Law, Union Members Union members want the choice to not belong to the union May 11, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – ...