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VIDEO: Religious Liberty Goes Back To School

Happy Back to School! We hope you and your family had a wonderful summer! As children of all ages head back to school, it’s READ
High school athlete Selina Soule, who competes within the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, is one of three high school girls who have filed a complaint with the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights saying allowing boys identifying as girls in girls sports violated Title IX.

Transgender Students To Compete On NC High School Athletic Teams

As our students go back to school this year, some girls may be surprised to find boys on their sports teams. In May, the READ

Violent Entertainment Culture Called Out In Light Of Recent Mass Shootings

In the light of the most recent mass shootings, everyone seems to have a different theory on why it’s happening and how we can READ

POV: A Bright Spot In Education

I’ve been thinking a lot about schools lately. It’s only July, but the year rounds have started. First day of school pics are popping READ

POV: Local Races Matter More Than You Think

Even as we anticipate 2020 and the big role North Carolina will play in national elections, the votes that may have the most impact READ

LGBT Activists Seek A Myriad Of Changes To NC Law

Several “LGBT rights” bills were introduced in the NC General Assembly this week, as LGBT activists are attempting to change state law on three READ

Celebrating National School Choice Week in North Carolina

This week, our nation will celebrate National School Choice Week (NSCW). During this time, thousands of events planned by schools, groups, and individuals will READ

POV: In Defense of Millennials

Everywhere we go, people ask my college professor husband, “What’s up with young people these days?” They think he has a unique perspective on READ

Be Vigilant and Engaged as School Year Begins

As elementary school teachers used to say: It’s time to put our thinking caps on! But parents and teachers, this admonition is also for READ

Indiana Law Strengthens Sex Education Parental Permission Requirements

Indiana parents will now receive two written opportunities to either consent or decline before their children receive sex education instruction in school districts, now READ

NC Family Thanks Outgoing & Welcomes Incoming Board Chairman

The North Carolina Family Policy Council Board of Directors said a very fond farewell last week to departing Board Chairman Henry Williamson (right) for READ

NC General Assembly Short Session Adjourns

NC Legislators have put the 2018 Short Session to bed, until November 27, 2018 when both chambers are scheduled to reconvene. Both the House READ

POV: Hybrid Homeschools On The Rise in NC

Something significant happened during the 2013-14 school year. For the first time, there were more children in homeschools in North Carolina than there were READ

POV: What’s Hiding In Those Worksheets?

There are few things that seem to get people as riled up as a discussion about education and public schools. Everyone has an opinion. READ

NC General Assembly Returns For “Short” Legislative Session

Members of the North Carolina General Assembly assembled in Raleigh this week for the start of the 2018 “short” legislative session. Like all “short” READ

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