Source Archives: Family Policy Council

  • Fighting For The Freedom To Choose

    Mike Long, President of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina, shares why 20% of North Carolina families are exploring non-traditional schooling options, and how the Millennial parent mindset of having options continues to influence this school choice trend.

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  • Family Policy Organizations Unite In Support of Parental Rights

    NC Family has joined twenty-three other state family policy organizations in submitting a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a funeral home whose religious liberties have come under attack. The case, R.G. & G....

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  • Family Policy Organizations Oppose Court Redefining “Sex”

    NC Family has joined twenty-three other state family policy organizations in submitting a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a funeral home whose religious liberties have come under attack. The case, R.G. & G....

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  • POV: Local Elections Are On the Way!

    It’s likely you’ve started seeing yard signs pop up in your neighborhood in the last few weeks. The end of summer leads right into the autumn municipal election season, packed with local races—races that ...

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  • The Inside Scoop on Independent Schools

    Linda Nelson, a veteran educator and Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS), describes the diverse makeup of independent schools in North Carolina, and dispels many of the stereotypes people may have about private schools.

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  • NC Special Congressional Elections A Victory for Family, Faith & Freedom

    The results of two special congressional elections held yesterday in North Carolina represent a major victory for family, faith and freedom in our state and our nation’s capitol. In the 3rd Congressional District, current GOP State Representative and ...

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  • How To Homeschool In North Carolina

    Dr. Matthew McDill, a homeschooling dad and Executive Director of North Carolinians for Home Education, discusses the most common characteristics of homeschool families in North Carolina, as well as the safeguards and resources available for those who might want to ...

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  • Are You Being Manipulated?

    Big news recently on the social media front is action by Facebook and Twitter to ban accounts that were set up by the Chinese government. According to a statement on Twitter’s blog, the suspended accounts were designed to ...

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  • Get Out and Vote if You Live in NC’s Third or Ninth Congressional Districts!

    Two elections for the United States House of Representatives will be held next Tuesday, September 10, in North Carolina’s Third and Ninth Congressional Districts. In the Third District, the special election was called due to the passing of Congressman ...

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  • Refuting The Myths About Public Charter Schools

    Rhonda Dillingham, a veteran educator and Executive Director of the North Carolina Association for Public Charter Schools, discusses the history of public charter schools, and dispels the most common negative stereotypes about these schools.

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