IMPACT

Title

Effectiveness of School Reopening's Post-Coronavirus

Advisor(s)

Andrea Stuiber

LEAD Facilitator

Archan Das '21

LEAD Facilitator

Rohit Katakam '22

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

UN Sustainable Development Goal

UNSDG #3: Good Health and Well-Being

Start Date

28-4-2021 11:00 AM

End Date

28-4-2021 11:20 AM

Abstract

A little over a year ago around March 15th, 2020, students were sent home from school for an extended spring break to slow down the spread of a new virus. The COVID-19 pandemic went on for much longer than the original two week timeline, spreading on into the next school year and until present day. Since the start of the pandemic, many schools have returned to in-person learning while others are still completely remote learning, some were opting for a hybrid schedule which is a mix of the two. We want to see how effective the different types of learning strategies in this pandemic are in preventing cases of COVID-19, we use data from all K-12 schools in New York, totaling up to over 6000 schools. We will be looking at the total cases in each of the types of learning, as well as the percentage of the total cases that come from each of the learning types.

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Apr 28th, 11:00 AM Apr 28th, 11:20 AM

Effectiveness of School Reopening's Post-Coronavirus

A little over a year ago around March 15th, 2020, students were sent home from school for an extended spring break to slow down the spread of a new virus. The COVID-19 pandemic went on for much longer than the original two week timeline, spreading on into the next school year and until present day. Since the start of the pandemic, many schools have returned to in-person learning while others are still completely remote learning, some were opting for a hybrid schedule which is a mix of the two. We want to see how effective the different types of learning strategies in this pandemic are in preventing cases of COVID-19, we use data from all K-12 schools in New York, totaling up to over 6000 schools. We will be looking at the total cases in each of the types of learning, as well as the percentage of the total cases that come from each of the learning types.