PEFNC Supports Exceptional Children in Wake Forest

By: pefncadmin
Apr 03, 2017
Many parents around North Carolina worry every day about what educational path is the right one to take with their exceptional child. Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC) Outreach Director Allison Guenther joined parents, children, and organizations from around Wake County on Saturday at the Special Needs Resource ... READ MORE

Statewide Schools Spotlighted during National School Choice Week

By: pefncadmin
Jan 27, 2017
The National School Choice Week spotlight shined on North Carolina schools with nearly 600 events held across the state this week. In celebration of National School Choice Week, Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC) traveled across North Carolina to highlight the array of parental school choice options including public ... READ MORE

Rep. Virginia Foxx visits North Hills to talk parental school choice

By: pefncadmin
Nov 01, 2016
By Amanda Raymond, Salisbury Post, October 26, 2016 SALISBURY — Ekima Whisonant’s son has received the Opportunity Scholarship to attend North Hills Christian School since second grade. He’s now in fourth grade. Whisonant said she has seen a real change in her son since he has been attending North Hills, and ... READ MORE

9,400 families apply for state Opportunity Scholarship

By: pefncadmin |
Oct 19, 2016
By Donna King, North State Journal, October 16, 2016 KNIGHTDALE, N.C.  —For Jamie Paylor and Caleb Drummond it’s a typical school day: breakfast, commute, homework, track practice. For their mom, Kim Paylor, the comfort of this school routine at Raleigh Christian Academy is extra special. Jamie and Caleb are recipients ... READ MORE

By: pefncadmin
Oct 19, 2016
Four voices in education: Darrell Allison, Founding President, Parents for Educational Freedom By: Donna King, North State Journal, October 16, 2016 North State Journal: Why do you have such a passion for parental school choice? Darrell Allison: In 2004, if you lined up 100 African-American boys, 60 of those boys would have failed to get ... READ MORE