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Tell us: What do school closures in the era of coronavirus mean for your life?

Denver’s Edison Elementary was the second school to close after a parent tested positive for COVID-19. Soon after, the district closed all schools for three weeks.
Denver's Edison Elementary was the second school to close after a parent tested positive for COVID-19. Soon after, the district closed all schools for three weeks.
Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post

The coronavirus outbreak is changing the daily reality for schools and students across the country – especially as more and more schools close due to concerns related to Covid-19.

In the midst of a chaotic time, we’re working to help you keep track of what’s happening. And we need your help. Research says that extended school closures may help contain outbreaks, but they can also present significant challenges for families.

We want to hear your experiences through the form below. Thank you for sharing with us.

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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