University of Iowa Doing Study on How School Teachers Cope With COVID-19

IOWA CITY, Iowa - The University of Iowa is conducting a study on how COVID-19 is affecting school teachers.

The school says about a million people will participate in the study, which is meant to better understand how educators are enduring school reopening's during the pandemic.

Teachers are being asked to take a 20 minutes online survey about their individual histories as well as their current situations surrounding COVID-19.

The university is asking teachers from pre-school to the college level to take part in the study.

The study is being headed by University of Iowa Clinical Assistant Professor Emily Kroska.

More information on the survey is here.

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