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WILL Urges Kenosha Unified School District to Allow Parent to Observe Classroom

Federal law grants all parents the right to “observ[e] classroom activities” in public schools. The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

STUDY: Missing Forward Exam Data May Point to Even Lower Student Proficiency

WILL examines missing data to project true proficiency rates of “lost kids” The News: A new policy brief from the Wisconsin Institute for Law & ...

Non-Profit Acquires Vacant School, Plans Private Choice School for Mattoon, Wisconsin

WILL represented Shepherd’s Watch in lengthy legal dispute over vacant building The News: A non-profit finally acquired a vacant elementary school in ...

Gaps in Forward Exam Data Means Wisconsin Flying Blind on Student Achievement

Students in Wisconsin, and around the nation, have dealt with two school years that were largely disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Despite ample ...

Families Flock to School Choice Options Amid Pandemic

Will Flanders, Research Director Many have made the case that the pandemic increased the movement of families away from traditional public schools. ...

Fewer Suspensions, More Students Report Feeling Unsafe After Federal Intervention in Milwaukee Public Schools

Analysis finds effort to reduce racial disparities may be harming school safety The News: A Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) review of the ...

WILL, Scott Walker Urge U.S. Supreme Court to Take Wisconsin Press Freedom Case

Case involves Governor Evers' decision to exclude certain journalists from press briefings The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) ...

WILL Warns UW-Madison: Mental Health Counselors Cannot Discriminate on Basis of Race

UPDATE: UW-Madison quietly updated their announcement, nearly a month after it went out, to suggest their mental health counselors will not serve students ...