Whether you’re 8, 28, or 48, North Carolinians are seeing online learning not as a last choice forced on us by circumstance, but as a first choice for every member of the family.

The COVID-19 public health crisis moved hundreds of thousands of North Carolina students and teachers into an online learning environment. But before the pandemic hit, many North Carolina students had already made the choice to learn online, and they’re thriving. During a recent John Locke Foundation Shaftesbury Society virtual discussion, we explored why with experts in the field.

Watch the full discussion below!

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