New York launched its online “COVID-19 Report Card” dashboard, where each school district is required to upload real-time information on infections and testing operations.
Governor Cuomo issued an Executive Order last week directing the local collection and reporting of this data to the state health department.
The same has been set up for all SUNY schools including Cortland State and TC3.
Click here for the COVID-19 Report Card tracking high school districts.
Click here for the dashboard tracking SUNY schools.
“Facts empower people to make informed decisions for the health and safety of themselves and their families,” Governor Cuomo said. “The COVID-19 Report Card will give parents, faculty and students the most up-to-date information on the status of their school and their school district’s testing and results. I urge our school communities to stay vigilant and be smart.”
The COVID-19 Report Card will provide parents, teachers, students and all New Yorkers with comprehensive data updated on a daily basis, including:
- Positive infections by date of students & staff by school & school district
- Whether school/district (& student and staff) are remote, in-person, or hybrid
- Number of students and staff on-site
- Percentage of on-site students & staff who test positive
- Number of tests administered by the school, test type, lab used and lag time
- Date of last submission/update
Visitors to the website can simply type in their home address to identify their school district, select their specific school, and find all reported positives, a breakdown of testing and results for students and teachers and the current enrollment.
The dashboard will feature 7-day trend charts so visitors can track results over time.