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How has education or the workforce changed for you? Tell us.

Share what you would like others to know about your experience at school or work during the pandemic.

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For many, COVID-19 has changed how we work and learn, what we do in our spare time, and how we interact with other people. For some, it has meant the loss of a loved one or a livelihood and the onset of chronic health conditions.

WPR’s WHYsconsin wants to know when it comes to education and work: What has changed for the long term and in what ways has it changed for the foreseeable future?

Many schools went online for part of the 2020-21 school year because of COVID-19 concerns. Did virtual learning work well for your family? Has it changed what kind of school your students attend or how they approach school?

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And while students went remote, so did some guardians.

Many employees shifted to remote work for the first time at the start of the pandemic. While some workplaces have transitioned back to in-person settings, other employers have committed to whole new ways of working. Jobs that continued in-person work throughout the pandemic have also experienced changes in policies or work environments. How have your thoughts about the workplace changed over the last two years? How are you using work spaces differently than before the pandemic?

Share what you would like others to know about your experience.