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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Esenberg: Special needs vouchers and federal law

WILL President and General Counsel, Rick Esenberg, writing in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: "In an article on special needs vouchers in today's Milwaukee

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 Files Brief In Support of Right to Work Law, Union Members

WILL Files Brief In Support of Right to Work Law, Union Members Union members want the choice to not belong to the union May 11, 2015 – Milwaukee, WI – The

WILL Petitions Supreme Court to Return Education Policymaking to Legislature and Governor

WILL PETITIONS SUPREME COURT TO RETURN EDUCATION POLICYMAKING TO LEGISLATURE AND GOVERNOR Former lawmakers Jensen, Fields believe Legislature, not DPI, ...

WILL Announces New Communications Director

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty announced that it has brought on Capitol veteran Cameron Sholty to lead its outreach efforts as WILL ...

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | Esenberg: Of school choice, indoctrination, and discrimination

WILL President and General Counsel, Rick Esenberg, writing at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: "Writing in the Journal Sentinel, Barbara Miner says that ...

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, ...

WILL Files Amicus Brief in Doe Case at Wisconsin Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty has urged the Wisconsin Supreme Court to find that Wisconsin law lacks a constitutionally adequate definition