Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty

Department of Public Instruction Behaving Like They Are Above the Rule of Law

If government agencies are not held accountable, small procedural oversteps can become large abuses of power. That’s why it matters that Wisconsin’s education agency, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI), has failed in at least seven places to follow the required administrative rule-making process for a proposed regulation.

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2 days ago
Research Director @WillFlandersWI finds proposed @MilwaukeeMPS referendum could cost state $200 million additional dollars, and out-state districts would likely suffer.

https://t.co/HPpKIp4yGz?
2 days ago
If a proposed $640 million referendum for @MilwaukeeMPS passes, local taxpayers won’t be the only ones on the hook. A referendum of this size would result in as much as $200 million additional dollars in state money to Milwaukee Public Schools.

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2 days ago
Milwaukee Referendum Would Cost STATE TAXPAYERS Additional $200 Million! by @WILawLiberty https://t.co/lPU8x2sJC6
3 days ago
Taxpayers around the state should be concerned about @MilwaukeeMPS's proposed referendum. They aren't just raising taxes on themselves, but would also pull in millions in additional state aid.

https://t.co/tbcVHgR3ZH

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