Five-year-old Michael MacDonna paints while being homeschooled in Cary. The MacDonna family is part of a trend in which the number of new Wake County students enrolling in homeschools, private schools and charter schools has exceeded the school system’s growth for two years in a row.
Five-year-old Michael MacDonna paints while being homeschooled in Cary. The MacDonna family is part of a trend in which the number of new Wake County students enrolling in homeschools, private schools and charter schools has exceeded the school system’s growth for two years in a row. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Five-year-old Michael MacDonna paints while being homeschooled in Cary. The MacDonna family is part of a trend in which the number of new Wake County students enrolling in homeschools, private schools and charter schools has exceeded the school system’s growth for two years in a row. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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