N.H. Parents, Teachers, We Want To Hear From You: How Are You Talking About Politics? | New Hampshire Public Radio

N.H. Parents, Teachers, We Want To Hear From You: How Are You Talking About Politics?

Oct 30, 2020

Credit Sara Plourde / NHPR

The coronavirus pandemic has upended the education system across the country, and in New Hampshire. 

NHPR’s “COVID & the Classroom” tells the stories of how Granite Staters are weighing the necessity of employment and school with the realities of the pandemic. And we want to hear from you.

Scroll down to answer our current survey question.

Send your questions, observations, news tips and photos to education@nhpr.org. And every few weeks, we're asking you to respond to a new question about what you're experiencing.

Get stories about COVID-19 in N.H. in your inbox - sign up for our newsletter today.

How are you talking about politics and uncertainty?

Tell us what role you think schools should play in helping students make sense of the divisions and fears our communities are facing this election season. How are you, as a parent or teacher, talking to your kids about the election and partisan politics? 

(Form not loading? Click here for a direct link.)

Click here to see how we've used your responses in other stories.