Pandemic-related learning loss: Is your child repeating a grade? Share your family’s story here.

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HOUSTON – Students have returned to the classrooms, and this year, things look, well, relatively normal.

School districts in Texas have lifted mask mandates and other COVID-19 measures and schools look more prepandemic than at any point during the last two years. But, it’s not exactly business as usual.

Research shows that the pandemic’s disruption and remote schooling had a profound impact on students’ learning.

The number of students held back has surged around the country, the Associated Press reported. We’d like to learn more about how pandemic-related learning loss has impacted students in our community.

Is your child repeating a grade? We want to hear about your family’s experience. If you’d like to share with us, fill out the form below.

We may use your response in an upcoming story. Also, we may reach out to you for additional information.

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