Passing Grade: Wisconsin has Turned the Corner Economically, but Much Work Remains to Achieve Prosperity
Although there has been a grudging improvement in Wisconsin’s economic performance since the Great Recession, due in part to a strategic focus on manufacturing, the state will not cr
In this document that examines innovative deliveries for schools, the authors write that the past several decades have seen technology transform industry after industry.
Law Mandating Use of Renewable Energy Costing Wisconsinites Hundreds of Millions
In this extensive policy report, the author summarizes the contents by writing, as health care is being researched and debated across the country, we commissioned a study to examine issues involvin
In summary, this article addresses the growing population of the uninsured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin regardless of the fact that 91.4% of the population in the rest of the state are insured, an
In April 2007, Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle signed Executive Order 191 establishing the Governor’s Task Force on Global Warming (GTF). The Task Force brings together members of the business, industry, government and environmental consulting communities to create a plan of action for the state of Wisconsin that addresses issues related to climate change.1
It has been 10 years since Wisconsin overhauled an old set of rules for state teacher licensure (PI 3 and PI 4) and replaced it with a new set called PI 34. At the time of its approval in 2000, PI 34 was warmly welcomed by state leaders and legislators from both sides of the aisle. It was praised as a way to create a new generation of Wisconsin teachers.
The purpose of this report is to assess PI 34 in an effort to learn whether it has made good on these high expectations.