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Wisconsin School Closures Hurt Districts With Many Low-Income, African American Students

Study finds academic performance drops in math and English for schools that started 2020-21 school year closed. The News: A new study from the Wisconsin ...

A Community Center, Soon-to-Be Choice School, for Mattoon

By: Cori Petersen Mattoon, Wisc. had a population of 467 in 2019. It is a very rural village and doesn’t have much: a grocery store, a gas station, a ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Takes WILL Challenge to Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Wisconsin Supreme Court takes WILL challenge to hear drop boxes, ballot harvesting The News: The Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed to hear Teigen v Wisconsin ...

Canary In the Coal Mine: The Risk of Unionizing Charter Schools

By: Libby Sobic and Will Flanders After the “year of school choice,” it is important not to get complacent as attacks on school choice and autonomy from ...

School Finance Reform Is Integral to School Choice Progress in Wisconsin

By: Will Flanders, Research Director As we come to the close of National School Choice Week, there are many things worthy of celebration.  Across the ...

Children First

By: Libby Sobic National School Choice Week is an opportunity to celebrate innovative schools that are striving to provide high-quality academics for each ...

WILL Asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to Take Challenge to Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Attorneys filed emergency motion to bypass after Court of Appeals issued a stay The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed ...

A Choice School for Kenosha

By: Libby Sobic National School Choice Week is an opportunity to reflect on school choice policies and their impact on communities, families and students. ...