Leading areas of policy
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.
WILL advocates for an education system that is student-centered and prioritizes the freedom of families to choose the best education for their children.
WILL advocates for oversight and accountability for the administrative state.
WILL advocates for a society where all citizens have access to the important ladders of opportunity.
Latest News and Policy Updates
It’s Time For Schools to Move Beyond the ‘Third Friday Count Day’
Will Flanders, Research Director Friday, September 17, is a critically important day for school districts around the state of Wisconsin. Some schools in ...
WILL Issues Letter Warning MPS to Respect Student Privacy Rights
Teacher’s survey about Covid vaccines at Rufus King High School violates federal law The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) ...
Little Evidence of ‘Woke’ Accreditors in Wisconsin’s School Choice Programs
By Miranda Spindt and Will Flanders Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a growing concern for parents in Wisconsin and around the nation. School choice is ...
Classroom Transparency is the Key to Fighting CRT
Dan Lennington, Deputy Counsel The battle over critical race theory (CRT) and related concepts is escalating in school districts across the country. Too ...
New Act 10 Research Finds Merit Pay Attracts Better Teachers, Increases Academic Outcomes
Ameillia Wedward and Will Flanders As Act 10 reaches its second decade, the 2011 collective bargaining reforms continue to prove their value to K-12 ...
Wisconsin Can Fund Students, Not Systems
New WILL study reveals pathway to student-centered funding system The News: For too long, the value of Wisconsin students have been determined by a ...
JFC Republicans invest in Wisconsin schools
By Libby Sobic On Thursday, the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) finalized the state budget, which now heads for a full vote of the legislature. ...
Public School Curriculum Transparency Legislation Key to Battling Politics in the Classroom
WILL is urging the adoption of curriculum transparency legislation to arm parents and taxpayers with the ability to access and review controversial curriculum material in public schools. WILL recently issued identical open records requests to nine large Wisconsin school districts and experienced, first-hand, the cost, time, and difficulty of accessing curriculum material.