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School Is Starting. What Does That Mean For You?

NPR wants to hear your reaction to school plans this fall. Are you a parent, student, teacher, guardian, professor, school employee, day care worker, nanny, tutor, counselor? We want to hear from you about how your life is affected as schools begin to reopen.
NPR wants to hear your reaction to school plans this fall. Are you a parent, student, teacher, guardian, professor, school employee, day care worker, nanny, tutor, counselor? We want to hear from you about how your life is affected as schools begin to reopen.

It's back to school season, but that looks different all across the U.S. Some schools are opening up for in-person classes, while others have decided to pursue distance learning for the foreseeable future — and there are even hybrid models. Quite a few school systems are preparing for multiple scenarios, leaving teachers, students, guardians and employees confused about what next month or even next week will look like.

The choices these schools make have an effect on everyone. We know that, which is why we want to hear your stories. Are you a parent, student, teacher, guardian, professor, school employee, child care provider, tutor, counselor? If so, we want to hear from you.

Please fill out the form below and an NPR producer may follow up with you for an upcoming story.

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