NCFCA Transitions

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 by

Dear NCFCA Families and Friends, As you know, Teresa Hudson announced last week that she is stepping down from her role as President but remaining on our Board of Directors and as an active parent in NCFCA. We as a Board are incredibly thankful for her excellent service in the role of President for the

Letter of Resignation

Thursday, 20 July 2017 by

Dear NCFCA Friends and Family, After serving for seven years as president of NCFCA, I have recently submitted my resignation as president to the board of directors. It has always been my prayer that I would be sensitive to the Holy Spirit’s leading regarding how long I was to serve in this position. While the

Debate Topics (Final wording subject to change) Team Policy Resolved: The United States should significantly reform its policies regarding higher education. Lincoln Douglas Choices Resolved: Nationalism ought to be valued above globalism. Speech Events Continuing Events: Apologetics Biblical Presentation Biographical Narrative Extemporaneous Duo Interpretation Illustrated Oratory Impromptu Open Interpretation Original Interpretation Returning Events: After Dinner Speaking

2017-2018 Potential Debate Topics Affiliate families can vote now via the link on their NCFCA dashboard, and may cast one vote for each style of debate. Voting will be available through May 31st, 2017 at midnight.

The President’s Student Advisory Council (SAC) is a forum for direct communication and recommendation between NCFCA students and the President of NCFCA. As members of the Council, students will share their voices on a variety of topics and work to create evidence-based solutions for select issues that are important to students and their regions. They

New Curriculum Discussion with IEW

Thursday, 08 December 2016 by

This blog entry by Teresa Hudson may also be found on IEW’s website. As I have been listening to the sea of words swirling around the topic of the election over the past few months, both in person and via the internet, I am reminded of the incomparable value of teaching our children to think

Moot Court Information Packet

Monday, 03 October 2016 by

The Moot Court information posted here is in four separate parts:   Overview of Moot Court Procedures – This document describes how NCFCA moot court “looks,” and what the basic protocols and procedures are.   Draft of Moot Court Ballot – This is the draft of the final ballot that NCFCA will use in competition.

Resolution Webinars coming soon!

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 by

We have great news! Many of you have been asking about resolution-specific helps and we have teamed up with Bill of Rights Institute to deliver! The Bill of Rights Institute will be offering free online webinars for NCFCA Team Policy debate students on October 17, 2016 from 7:30-8:30 pm EST and NCFCA LD debate students

We are excited to post the first Lincoln Douglas-specific installment of The Source for the 2016-2017 season!   Our first set of material for the Lincoln Douglas resolution consists of an affirmative case, along with a supporting brief.  We plan to continue releasing content periodically throughout the year with more material focusing on both the

We are excited to offer you the first Team Policy-specific installment of The Source for the 2016-2017 season!   As you may have heard, we are taking a bit of a different approach to our commitment to provide debate helps this year. Instead of posting one ebook with a plethora of information, cases and briefs,

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