How will you handle another Covid school year?

Parents and educators, please share what you’ve learned.,

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So much for normality.

When students left their classrooms in the spring — or closed their laptops for the final bell — the coronavirus cases were falling, and most Americans age 12 or older could get a vaccine.

Now, the country looks very different. Some districts will mandate vaccines for teachers, while others are fighting over whether to require masks in classrooms. Some school districts will have in-person classes, five days a week, with no remote option. Many kids, especially the youngest learners, may struggle to catch up.

During this uncertain time, we’d love to hear from you. How is your family handling school this year? What steps have you taken to prepare? What do your kids want us to know?

We may use your response in “Our Changing Lives,” a new series in the Coronavirus Briefing newsletter about big lifestyle shifts during the pandemic. Thanks for sharing.

How is your family handling school this year?

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