(Meredith) -- During these trying times due to the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is adjusting to the "new normal."

Perhaps one of the biggest adjustments has been for teachers -- many are working from home and teaching classes online, video chatting with their students.

Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon attends The Hollywood Reporter's Power 100 Women in Entertainment at Milk Studios on December 11, 2019 in Hollywood, California.

As a big "thank you" to teachers, Reese Witherspoon's clothing line Draper James is giving away free dresses to teachers across the country.

The initiative called "Draper James Loves Teachers" will give away a free dress to teachers while supplies last.

To sign up, you can fill out this form here.

The giveaway is open now through Sunday, April 5 at 11:59 p.m. ET. You'll be contacted on Tuesday, April 7 with details on how to redeem your free dress.

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MrsFasanella

I'm a teacher. I clicked on the link. It wasn't free dresses for every teacher, and it wasn't "while supplies last." It was 250 free dresses for almost 2,000,000 female teachers to vie for. I received an email, thanking me for being a teacher and for entering the survey. I was given a 30% off coupon for the DraperJames.com website. Since their dresses are normally $149-299, this was not useful to me. I wonder if this is what the company had in mind when it posted "Free Dresses For Teachers"? Either this was a quick backpedal, or a ruse.

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