What questions do you have about remote, hybrid or in-person learning in Massachusetts? MassLive reporters answer your questions live on Facebook

With some schools going back through virtual learning, while others start completely in person, and some going back in between with hybrid learning, this semester had been difficult for many across Massachusetts.

We want to make sure we answer your questions during this difficult time.

MassLive education reporter Melissa Hanson and managing producer Michelle Williams will be answering your questions live on Friday.

Comment on our Facebook posts between now and 11 a.m. Friday with your questions regarding education in Massachusetts. Then check back in Friday afternoon to see your questions answered.

You can also submit questions by emailing reporter Heather Morrison at [email protected]

Be sure to check out all our education coverage from this year.

Last week, we spoke with College Nannies, Sitters and Tutors in Boston on Facebook Live to talk about tips and tricks for remote learning. Reporter Jackson Cote spoke with the superintendent of TECCA, largest virtual public school in Massachusetts, on Facebook Live to talk about operating amid the pandemic. And we have written stories regarding Gov. Charlie Baker’s push to get some students back in classrooms, the uptick of parents enrolling their children in private schools and the continued changes from administration regards schools.

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