Where can you find data on how schools across the country are handling COVID?
It’s called the School Opening Tracker, but for the 2021 – 22 school year, they’re tracking school “disruptions,” mask policies, and “virtual academy offerings.” You can also see the 2020 – 21 school year data in review.
COVID-19 School Response Dashboard (Emily Oster et al.)
This dashboard collects, aggregates, and analyzes self-reported COVID data from schools. If your school isn’t yet part of this effort, please click on the link above
and take the baseline survey.
“The goal of this effort is to provide educational leaders and policy-makers with information on how schools are reopening, and what factors contribute to safe reopening.”
Developed by the data analysis folks at the Safer Teachers, Safer Students Collaborative. Shows which Massachusetts schools conducted COVID screening during the 2020 – 21 school year, what kind of screening they did and with which vendors, and whether students were remote, in person, or in a hybrid learning model.
A “map and data site” tracking information on COVID cases in K-12 schools around the country. If your state doesn’t report official data about COVID in schools (almost half of them either don’t report it or report only limited information), you can report cases here and improve the data set.
An aggregation of state and national dashboards with COVID-19 info on K-12 schools. The state info is from government sources; the national info is from four independent dashboards, including The COVID Monitor and the COVID-19 School Response Dashboard.