Education: radio

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

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

The Fight for Parental Rights

Over the past two years, one of the few positives to come out of school shutdowns and a massive rise in schooling from home READ
Mike Long discusses non-traditional school options and freedom to choose

The Past and Future of School Choice

North Carolina has seen numerous gains in regards to school choice over the past two years. Though we hear a lot about the impact READ

5 Ways to Make America More Family Friendly

Here at NC Family, we are dedicated to serving families and advocating for pro-family policy. But there are often conflicting opinions on just what READ

NC’s Economy in 2022

While the economic impact of the COVID-19 continues to be felt across the country, from inflation to supply chain issues, North Carolina remains one READ

Best of Family Policy Matters 2021

This week on Family Policy Matters, we have a special year end show for you, featuring excerpts from some of the most popular episodes READ

Unpacking C.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man

C.S. Lewis is arguably one of the most popular authors and Christian apologists of the 20th century. His Chronicles of Narnia fiction series has READ

Greater Threats on the Horizon (Part 2)

Former Director of the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Roger Severino spoke at NC Family’s Charlotte READ

Greater Threats on the Horizon (Part 1)

Former Director of the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Roger Severino spoke at NC Family’s Charlotte READ

Breaking Down Congress’s Budget-Busting Bills

As Governor Roy Cooper signs the state budget into law this week, two federal spending bills have been making their way through Congress, and READ

Fighting Indoctrination in Public Schools

As many parents have gotten an up-close look at their children’s school curriculum thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been shocked to see READ

Awake, Not Woke (Part 2)

While the “woke” movement claims to be putting an end to discrimination and oppression, the truth is actually the opposite. The woke agenda often READ

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