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Florida Matters Asks: What Are Your Questions About The Upcoming School Year?

A family picks up bags of food from a canvas pop up tent in front of a school.
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A family picks up bags of food from a canvas pop up tent in front of a school.

Unlike last year, most schools in our region will offer only in-person classes. But new variants of COVID-19 are increasing. So we want to hear your thoughts, questions and more about the 2021-22 school year.

Tampa Bay area schools and colleges are welcoming students back for a new academic year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect communities across the country.

Schools are going back to in-person classes.

Masks are now optional as mandates have been done away with. But COVID cases are once again rising in Florida because of the delta variant of the virus.

Florida Matters will gather all questions for an upcoming taping and have our guests answer them. Please reply before 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 2. Thanks for your input!

Hi there! I’m Dinorah Prevost and I’m the producer of Florida Matters, WUSF's weekly public affairs show. That basically means that I plan, record and edit the interviews we feature on the show.