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Parents’ Bill of Rights Moves Forward in NC Senate

(UPDATE: On Thursday morning, February 2, the N.C. Senate Health Care Committee approved SB 49. The bill now proceeds to the Senate Rules Committee READ

Celebrating School Choice Week in North Carolina

This week across the country, people are coming together to celebrate what is known as National School Choice Week. What started years ago as READ

North Carolina Teacher Fired After Critiquing Critical Race Theory

Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a lawsuit against the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction on behalf of Dr. David Phillips, an English professor READ

Getting Work Right (Re-Air)

This show originally aired in December 2019 In an American culture focused so heavily on achievement and getting things done, most of us understand READ

Event: Pray for North Carolina

This Saturday, August 20, numerous North Carolina leaders will be gathering for a statewide Pray North Carolina in front of the State Capitol Building. READ

SCOTUS Defends Fundamental Rights

While we continue to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade, we should READ

UNC Student Government Defunds Pro-Life Groups

UPDATE: After posting our story, NC Family was contacted by officials at UNC-Chapel Hill, who told us that the Student Senate—not the Student Body READ

NCGA Recap: Gambling, Marijuana, and More

The North Carolina legislature’s “short session” came to a close earlier this month after passing a $27.9 billion state budget. But perhaps more significant READ

State Lawmakers Pass Budget and Adjourn “Short” Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly adjourned the 2022 “Short” Legislative Session this afternoon after giving final approval to a $27.9 billion state budget. House Bill READ

Pandemic Learning Losses (Part 2)

Two recent reports from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (DPI) provided hard data on the severity of student learning losses in public READ

SCOTUS Continues to Defend Religious Liberty

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has issued nearly twenty rulings in the past two weeks as the current session comes to a close. While READ

Pandemic Learning Losses (Part 1)

Ever since virtual learning began for most students in Spring 2020, experts have been speculating about how this change in learning will affect performance READ

Top 4 Most Contested Truths in America (Part 2)

For NC Family’s Raleigh Dinner on May 10, 2022, we welcomed renowned author and president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Dr. Ryan READ

Top 4 Most Contested Truths in America (Part 1)

For NC Family’s Raleigh Dinner on May 10, 2022, we welcomed renowned author and president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Dr. Ryan READ

State Senate Committees Pass “Parents’ Bill of Rights”

This week, the N.C. Senate Education and Health Care Committees passed an amended version of HB 755, originally called Academic Transparency and now entitled READ

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