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Part III: Online Education in North America: An analysis of the U.S. and Canadian Contributions

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Online Education in North America: An analysis of the U.S. and Canadian Contributions
Online education in North America: An analysis of the U.S. and Canadian contributions

Liberty without learning is always in peril; Learning without liberty is always in vain.

John F. Kennedy

Naturally, North American online learning is strongly influenced by the United States. But here, we benefit from an understanding not only of the United States' issues but also those of Canada. Shade and Dechief's chapter, which highlights issues associated with online learning in Canadian public schools, focuses on K-12 delivery issues. Carr-Chellman's approach to understanding the boon and bust of online learning in the United States takes primarily a sociocultural perspective.

In the case of the United States, the primary concern for those who are left ...

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