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June 2004

A New Resource for Policymakers

Evaluating School Funding Formulas Checklist: What Questions Should Legislators Ask?

The Evaluating School Funding Formulas Checklist raises important issues that can help legislators sort out how well legislative proposals meet the goals of education in Wisconsin; how compatible they are with Wisconsinís history of funding elementary and secondary schools; how responsive they are to the demographic characteristics of Wisconsin students, families, and communities; and how appropriate they are given the stateís available resources.

June 2004

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Family Involvement in Education

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the tenth issue, Family Involvement in Education.

May 2004

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

Update on Out-of School Time

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the ninth issue, Update on Out-of-School Time.

February 2004

Five More Sites Join Our Network!

The Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars is proud to welcome five states to our policy network. These new sites, in Arizona, Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania, join existing sites in California, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Oregon, and Wisconsin, to help bring the Family Impact Seminar model to policymakers and professionals around the country.

January 2004

2004 Seminars

IN - The Effect of Changes in Tax Policy on Indiana Families
NE - Rising Health Costs Policy Options
NY - TANF & Marriage What Does Research Tell Us About Healthy Families?


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