The concept of remote learning may be new to our K-12 educators and students, but is it really that revolutionary? Colleges and organizations have been offering online or self-paced courses and certification classes for decades. What about our homeschool communities? In 2019, it was estimated that 2.5 million students were being educated from home. While the need to abruptly initiate remote learning has shaken traditional education systems to their cores, will this become the norm in the future—or, at the very least, an option for students when traditional learning practices cannot be implemented? If so, how will the ability to teach children remotely change the relocation industry?