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 The Website for Choice

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Oct 17, 2016
At PEFNC, we pride ourselves on being a central resource for parental school choice across our state, and we continually strive to be innovative in carrying out our mission. As we engaged parents across the state, we began to notice a recurring need -- parents were seeking options in the ... READ MORE

Schools, families, and legislators come together in support of educational choice in Fayetteville

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Oct 04, 2016
Fayetteville, NC - Last Monday, Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina hosted our first open forum with state legislators at the Cape Fear Botanical Garden in Fayetteville. Six counties in the Fayetteville area were represented: Cumberland, Harnett, Lee, Sampson, Robeson, and Moore. Families, parents and school leaders attended the ... READ MORE

For all, an opportunity

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Jun 06, 2016
PEFNC President Darrell Allison had an op-ed published in several newspapers across the state this past weekend. Read about why now is the time to help thousands of needy students access the school that may best suit their individual needs and ensure "opportunity for all." Read it below: Leaders in ... READ MORE

2016-17 Children with Disabilities Grant Application Open

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May 02, 2016
Are you interested in applying for the Children with Disabilities Grant for the 2016-2017 school year? The application opened at 12:00 pm on Sunday, May 1. This program allows families to be reimbursed up to $6,000 per student per school year for approved educational expenses for their child with special needs. Often these ... READ MORE