Policy

Leading areas of policy

Health Care

WILL advocates for a patient-centered approach to health care that preserves competition, spurs innovation, and ensures broad access to quality and affordable health care.

K-12 Education

WILL advocates for an education system that is student-centered and prioritizes the freedom of families to choose the best education for their children.

Regulatory Reform

WILL advocates for oversight and accountability for the administrative state.

Free Markets

WILL advocates for a free market system that fosters competition, spurs innovation, and creates prosperity.

Opportunity

WILL advocates for a society where all citizens have access to the important ladders of opportunity.

Latest News and Policy Updates

WILL Blog | Esenberg, Szafir, Hudson: School Choice Across the Globe

School Choice Across the Globe Despite the heated rhetoric, critics of school choice may be surprised to learn that voucher programs are quite common in

New WILL Report Explains Why State is Forcing MPS to Sell Empty School Buildings

August 12, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – Last month, the state legislature passed a law to force Milwaukee to sell their unused and underutilized school ...

WILL Press Release | WILL Releases Mythbusting Brief on School Choice Program

WILL Releases Mythbusting Brief on School Choice Program Policy brief debunks talking points of choice opponents July 24, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – Today, the

WILL Press Release | WILL Releases “Pope’s Fallacy”, a Primer on Wisconsin K-12 Education Finance

WILL Releases "Pope's Fallacy", a Primer on Wisconsin K-12 Education Finance Opponents of education reform misrepresent official DPI memo, data July 21, ...

WILL Analysis Shows a “Choice Bonus” For Districts Losing Students to Statewide Voucher Program

WILL Analysis Shows a “Choice Bonus” For Districts Losing Students to Statewide Voucher Program Report debunks talking point that voucher expansion makes ...

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

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 Report Questions Effectiveness of Additional K-12 Spending

Has Wisconsin hit a wall where an additional dollar in education spending will not bring improvements in student outcomes?  Using econometric analysis, ...