“Religion, morality, and knowledge being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools, libraries and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.” — Section 1, Article IX, N.C. Constitution
The North Carolina Reading Association’s Legislative Committee uses NCRA’s communication tools to keep NCRA members informed about local, state, and federal public policies affecting literacy. The committee works with other professional organizations concerned about and involved in efforts to serve children through governmental actions.
NCRA members may be asked to complete surveys, give advice, provide research, and assist the association’s legislative committee in preparing legislative positions and/or priorities to present to North Carolina’s legislators.
Click here to contact NCRA President, Jeanne Swafford.