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The Policy Resource Guide is a new, Web-based policy tool designed to assist Wisconsin school boards and administrators in the important tasks of policy development and implementation. It contains information on  a wide variety of topics, including policies required by law and “hot policy” topics. 

The purpose of the Guide is to help school districts develop local policies that meet their own community needs and interests while keeping in mind general legal considerations. 


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“I find the PRG useful as it provides me with not only policy language that I can use, but also provides the legal and political rationale for why specific changes should be considered.  I also like the way the PRG engages me in writing policy so that I have ownership in what is being crafted.  It is not about creating a boilerplate policy manual, but about having policies that reflect my district in a manner that is legally and ethically sound.”
Dominic Madison, 
Brillion School District

"I use the PRG more than once a week; it's one of the best resources I have for my job!"
Deb Martell, 
River Ridge School District

"I strongly encourage any school district to look very closely at what the PRG has to offer."
Ann Kox, former Superintendent
Wausaukee School District

"The Policy Resource Guide
has been a tremendous 
resource for us."

Helen Drawbert 
Altoona School District

"I find the PRG extremely helpful. Thanks for this product/service. "
Tim Culver 
Oak-Creek Franklin 
School District

  • Online, 24/7 access to Wisconsin-specific policy resources created and updated by WASB’s Policy Staff.
  • Sample policies on an ever-growing number of policy topics that will assist your school board and administration in the process of creating, reviewing, and updating district policies.
  • Background information resources, complete with live links to current statutes and other publications, that will assist school officials in the day-to-day process of policy implementation, provide policy-makers with a solid grounding in the policy and legal considerations that are relevant to each policy topic, and serve as a new source of professional and board development resources within the district.
To learn more, please review the Questions and Answers page, watch the online demonstration video, or contact the WASB’s policy services staff at (877) 705-4422.
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