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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.

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With a national election nearly upon us, you may have questions or concerns about the voting process, transitions of power and leadership, how cabinet members are picked, or any number of other civics questions. Civics 101 is here to help!

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NHPR presentará una serie de debates en octubre antes de la elección el 3 de noviembre.

Los debates entre candidatos serán transmitidos en vivo en The Exchange en NHPR de 9 a 10 a.m. El programa se llama "Election 2020: The Exchange Candidate Debates from NHPR."  También serán transmitidos por el Facebook Live de NHPR y en NHPBS en otra fecha. Se anunciarán pronto las fechas oficiales de los debates. 

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NHPR will host a series of debates in October, leading up to the Nov. 3 election.

Election 2020: The Exchange Candidate Debates from NHPR will air live during The Exchange on NHPR from 9-10 am. They will also broadcast on NHPR Facebook Live, and will air on NHPBS at a later date. The dates for the debates are as follows: 

CD1: Wednesday, 10/7

CD2: Tuesday, 10/13

US Senate: Thursday, 10/15

Governor: Tuesday, 10/20

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New Hampshire has worked to adapt to living with the coronavirus. The state came to a halt in the spring and has retooled itself throughout the summer. 

At NHPR, we're contining to report on the pandemic and all the ways it intersects with our lives.

We always welcome your questions about COVID-19

And we always want to hear from our audience and new communities to better our reporting. It is central to our work - it shapes what we report on and how we cover topics. 

Please take a few minutes to tell us what you're facing at home, work and school. Most importantly, just let us know how you are doing. 

Dan Tuohy / NHPR

As students from across the country return to college in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Public Radio wants to hear how the return to campus is going.

Take a few minutes to tell us how it’s been. If you’re a student, do you feel comfortable back on campus? Is your college cracking down on gatherings?

Or are you a professor or staff member at a college? Are you worried about your safety, or even your job security?

If you can't see the embedded survey below, click here for a better experience.

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Leading up to the 2020 New Hampshire presidential primary, NHPR tried something different: We invited you to tell us how we should cover the election. 

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NHPR’s new climate change reporting project, By Degrees, begins in the midst of a global pandemic, mass protests against systemic racism, a presidential election and an economic crisis.

We need your help to tell new stories of how New Hampshire is living through climate change at this historic moment.

What are we missing? What do you want to know? How is climate change affecting you right now? 


We know you have questions about COVID-19, and our newsroom wants to help get you answers. Ask a question below, and you may hear the answer on The Exchange or as part of a news story, or you could see the answer on our updated FAQ page.

Your question can be about health, the economic impacts of the pandemic, what rules you should be following, or anything else related to this unprecedented time.