The Department of Education’s one-size-fits-all softer suspension policies are negatively impacting students January 23, 2018 – Milwaukee, WI – Today the Wisconsin […]
January 10, 2018 - Milwaukee, WI - The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty issued a new study examining the effect of licensing regulations on ...
Policy brief explains how ESAs can help low-income “gifted and talented” students December 18, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – Last Friday, State Senator Alberta Darling introduced […]
MPS, MMSD struggle with transparency while RUSD, Green Bay earn “A”s November 14, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – While it is well-documented how effective state agencies are at […]
Study shows that more requirements lead to less jobs; employment could increase by 4.5% in certain professions if licensing reform enacted
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Federal guidance yielded lower suspension rates in Wisconsin public schools, school safety concerns remain October 11, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty […]
The following blog post was authored by WILL Research Director, Will Flanders, PhD, and WILL Vice President for Policy, CJ Szafir Wisconsin’s model for educating special needs children is […]
Report challenges voucher program critics’ opposition that schools are “unaccountable” August 1, 2017 – Milwaukee, WI – School Choice Wisconsin (SCW) and Wisconsin […]