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What Questions Do You Have About Schools And COVID-19?

WPR’s WHYsconsin Wants To Hear Your Stories And Answer Your Questions About Education

a student in a mask rides a bike as a sea of high school students, some wearing masks, exit the school
Students exit out of the front doors of Janesville Craig High School on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, in Janesville. Face-to-face instruction is suspended at the school until at least Friday, Sept. 25, due to COVID-19 concerns. Angela Major/WPR

Circumstances surrounding students and schools in the time of the novel coronavirus are constantly evolving — both in higher education and K-12.

Some students are learning at home virtually, some are at school in-person all day, and others are doing a blend of the two.

Things also look different for families who: have one or more caregivers working from home; have guardians working an essential job or are out of work; and have children who require different needs and resources for learning.

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WPR’s WHYsconsin wants to ensure you have the information you need, and that we are hearing about your stories.

What questions do you have about schools, child care or learning and teaching in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic? What information do you wish schools and school districts were sharing with you? What do you want people to know about your experience? Who do you want to hear from? This will help inform our coverage, and we will do our best to answer your questions.