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Early Voting Starts Today!

One-Stop Early Voting in North Carolina begins today and ends Saturday, October 31. During this period, you can register and vote on the same READ

Victory for First Amendment Rights on Campus

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a new rule that aims to protect the First Amendment rights of students, teachers, and student organizations READ

Fourth Circuit Activist Opinion Reads Like A “Transgender Manifesto”

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled last week that a Virginia county school board violated federal law by not allowing READ

NCGA Back in Session This Week

North Carolina legislators will be reconvening in Raleigh this Wednesday, September 2, for what is intended to be a brief session to address a READ

2020 Summit on Protecting Children in Education

Several pro-family organizations are joining together to hold an event aimed at protecting children from the increasingly graphic sexual education being presented in public READ

School Choice Opponents Sue to Overturn Opportunity Scholarship

Seven North Carolina parents, in conjunction with the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) and the National Education Association (NEA), are suing in an READ

SCOTUS Strikes Montana Law That Discriminates Against Religious Schools

In a major win for school choice and religious liberty, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that a Montana law preventing religious schools READ

U.S. Department of Education Finds Connecticut Athletic Policy Violates Title IX

In a win for the rights of women and girls in sports, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has ruled READ

POV: The Value of Taking Education Year By Year

The coronavirus pandemic has caused many students (and parents) to experience education in a new way. Looking forward to the upcoming school year, it READ

Bill Proposes to Abolish North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarship Program

A bill introduced this week in the North Carolina General Assembly would abolish the state’s Opportunity Scholarship Program, a program that provides tuition assistance READ

Resources for Parents and Students Schooling at Home

The closure of K-12 schools, colleges, universities and many businesses across our state and nation to quell the spread of COVID-19 means that parents READ

POV: An Unplanned Experiment in Virtual Schooling

This week, it started. I began to hear about school closures due to COVID-19, the coronavirus disease of 2019 right here in Raleigh where READ

High School Athletes Sue Over Connecticut Transgender Policy

Three female high school track athletes filed a federal suit yesterday against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) for a policy that has allowed READ

A Chance to Celebrate North Carolina as a Leader in School Choice

National School Choice Week kicks off next Monday, and is intended to celebrate the value of choice in education. In North Carolina, events will READ

Gridlock Continues On Jones Street

With a Democratic Governor and a Republican majority in the State Legislature, it should come as no surprise that little was accomplished yesterday when READ

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