Read Your School's Reopening Plan: Updated Info for Massachusetts Districts

Final plans were due to the state on Aug. 14, but not all of them have been made public yet

Whether it's remote-only, 100% classroom learning or a hybrid of the two, most school districts across Massachusetts have now released their plans for the 2020-2021 school year.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for parents, teachers and students to figure out what they'll need to do for a September start to the school year. NBC10 Boston has built a map of all the public school districts in the region. Some districts' plans are still being added. Please check back frequently for the most up-to-date plans.

Final plans for all three possible options were due to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Aug. 14.

NBC10 Boston and Engineering Healthcare Innovations also built a separate map of all the colleges and universities in Massachusetts.

Are you a parent, a student, or teacher or administrator thinking about the looming school semester ahead? Tell us how you're feeling about the impending school semester, and what you think should be the right thing for school districts to do in the survey being conducted by NBC Owned Television Stations.

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