Fifteen years into the 21st century, digital learning is an integral part of the effort to increase choice and accountability in education. Two policy areas worth watching in 2015 are competency-based learning and course access programs. Competency-based learning allows students to go at their own pace and is a big reason why many parents choose virtual education. Course access programs, which currently exist in seven states and counting, allow students to virtually enroll in individual courses that aren’t offered at their school or don’t fit with their schedule. CER polling reveals that over 60 percent of Americans favorably view the terms “digital learning” and “blended learning,” but are more divided on whether they’d send their child to a blended learning school. It’s up to reformers to combat the myths about digital learning, and increase public acceptance of opportunities that are revolutionizing the way students master course content.