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WILL Press Release | Americans for Prosperity Hosts WILL Education Policy Expert to Discuss the Economic Benefits of School Choice

Dr. Will Flanders will present findings from recent study that found $500 million economic benefit to the City of Milwaukee from higher graduation rates ...

WILL Blog | Flanders: Did Obama’s 7 Billion Dollar Education Experiment Fail Wisconsin Too?

A report released by the U.S. Department of Education during the final hours of the Obama administration showed how the federal government spent more than ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Applauds Gov. Walker’s occupational licensing reform proposal

Hopeful state can finally reverse trend of occupational licensing growth January 23, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...

RightWisconsin | Five Takeaways from the DeVos Hearings

Education Reformer is "Controversial" WILL VP and Deputy Counsel CJ Szafir and WILL Research Fellow Collin Roth writing at RightWisconsin: Democrats Like ...

Washington Examiner | With school starting, Marquette professor remains in academic limbo

The Washington Examiner takes a look at professor John McAdams' case against Marquette University. It's now been two years since he was banished from ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Borsuk: Study rouses (but doesn’t settle) school sector debate

Alan Borsuk at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel takes a critical, yet fair, look at our most recent report on the economic benefit of school choice to ...

Coalition Letter | Coalition Sends Letter to Chairman Alexander Supporting Nomination of Betsy DeVos to be Secretary of Education

MacIver Institute, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, School Choice Wisconsin, Hispanics for School Choice, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce,

WILL Press Release | Files Amicus Brief With U.S. Supreme Court Challenging Federal One-Size-Fits-All Rules for Transgender Students

Brief in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. involves the appropriate deference to be given the Department of Education's interpretation of Title ...