By: pefncadmin
Feb 15, 2018
From the desk of Darrell Allison: Today I write to inform you that Wednesday, February 28, 2018 will be my last official day as the president of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina. I have held this position since July 5, 2005, and I’m so grateful to God for the extraordinary journey ... READ MORE

School Choice Week starts at The Piedmont School

By: pefncadmin
Jan 23, 2018
  BY CINDE INGRAM ENTERPRISE STAFF WRITER HIGH POINT — The Piedmont School was the first stop Monday morning for Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina as the Raleigh-based advocacy group kicked off its celebration of National School Choice Week. Darrell Allison, president of PEFNC, presented a $300 donation to Head ... READ MORE

We’re hiring: Communications Manager

By: pefncadmin
Nov 30, 2017
JOB TITLE: Communications Manager REPORTS TO: Vice President OVERVIEW: Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina is a statewide organization that supports expanding educational options through parental school choice. It is the expectation of PEFNC that all employees have a passion for the organization, our mission, and a desire to ... READ MORE

Private School Choice Makes the Ultimate Grade

By: pefncadmin
Oct 24, 2017
Private school choice is making the ultimate grade, improving students’ long-term outcomes by priming the college pipeline. That’s the take-away from a recent study of the nation’s largest private school choice program, the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship, showing participation boosts later college enrollment. Meanwhile, reports released this summer ... READ MORE

Darrell Allison Applauds State Budget’s Historic School Choice Expansion

By: pefncadmin
Jun 20, 2017
  Raleigh, NC -- Darrell Allison, president of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC), released the following statement regarding the finalized budget of the 2017 Legislative Session: “As a statewide education advocacy organization, PEFNC supports state spending priorities that target better educational outcomes for all North Carolina children. We ... READ MORE