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What To Know About Equity and Education

The word “equity” is certainly the new buzzword in public schools. The U.S. Department of Education has prioritized “equity” and even holds an “equity ...

Two Years to Flatten the Curve

Will Flanders Noah Diekemper It may be hard to believe, but Wisconsin is now commemorating its second anniversary of living with COVID-centric public ...

WILL to Cedarburg School District: State Can’t Force Adoption of Critical Race Theory Concepts in Curriculum

WILL ssued a letter to the Cedarburg School District making clear that the district is not legally required to adopt Critical Race Theory concepts in their curriculum, nor can the Wisconsin Department of Instruction (DPI) legally mandate the school district to adopt Critical Race Theory concepts.

To Address Licensing Backlog State Must Improve Transparency and Accountability

Licensing backlogs holding back critical sectors of Wisconsin workforce. The News: A new policy brief from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

Governor Evers Removes Racial Classifications from Homeowner Grants After WILL Letter

Final plan, adopted after WILL letter, removes racial classifications and eligibility categories The News: The final plan for a federally-funded housing ...

WILL Adds Associate Counsel Cory Brewer

WILL to expand legal services for K-12 education reform The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) added Cory Brewer, Associate ...

Record Gas Prices Highlight the Need to Repeal Minimum Markup

Will Flanders Recently, Governor Evers was among six Democratic Governors who asked the federal government to pause the federal gas tax in light of ...

WILL Warns Elmbrook Schools That Nondiscrimination Laws Apply to All Students

Elmbrook administrator indicated a white student is not protected by state and federal nondiscrimination law The News: Attorneys at the Wisconsin ...