Relief, anxiety as U.S. parents confront emotional back to school

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By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Reuters) – Kelly Toth was “very relieved” when her four sons went back to school in person at the end of August after more than a year of pandemic restrictions. For the first couple of weeks, however, Toth said she also wrestled with an unexpected “anxiousness.” She found it strange not knowing what her children were doing in school after she monitored their education closely during the last academic year. Many parents in the United States are grappling with a host of emotions, taking extraordinary steps and making COVID-19 tests and vaccines part of the back-to-scho…

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