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Burbio provides a broad and detailed overview of community life at the national, state, and county level, measuring school openings, in-person activity at library, arts, and non-profit, groups, government meetings and recreation activity, which acts as an economic indicator, particularly given the nationwide stay-at-home orders that shut down community life during March and April across the US. As community life returns Burbio provides a measurement of in person activity down to the hyper local level.

Burbio is the only company that measures this segment of the economy through a proprietary technology developed over years of working with government, civic, and media partners who use the information Burbio provides to engage and inform consumers and residents.

November 24, 2020 / Culture

Lockdown 2.0: In person learning disappears again

From Burbio
With Covid rates rising across the US, K-12 schools that had introduced in-person learning are rapidly shifting to virtual. In the last week alone almost eight percent of US school children – totaling over 4MM students – have seen their in-person schools “go-virtual.”
September 3, 2020 / Culture

In Continued Rise More Than 60% of U.S. K-12 Public School Students Starting School “Virtually” This Fall

From Burbio
More than 60% of US K-12 public school students will be attending school remotely to start the school year, up from an estimated of 52% in early August according to a comprehensive and ongoing survey conducted by Burbio.com, a data service that aggregates school and community calendars nationwide.
September 1, 2020 / Culture

Over Three-Fourths of U.S. Residential Four-Year Colleges and Universities are Bringing All Students Back to Campus

From Burbio
Seventy-eight percent of US four-year colleges and universities are having all students return to campus this Fall, according to a survey of the 950 largest schools in the country by Burbio, a data service that aggregates school and community calendar information nationwide. Ten percent are inviting a portion of the students to return to campus with only twelve percent of four-year colleges offering purely ‘virtual’ experiences to their students.
August 12, 2020 / Economy

More Than 50% of U.S. K-12 Public School Students Will Be Going Back to School “Virtually” This Fall

From Burbio
More than 50% of US K-12 public school students will be attending school remotely to start the school year, according to a comprehensive, ongoing survey conducted by Burbio.com. Specifically, 52% of students are projected to be learning online to start the year, 44% will be attending in-person either every day or certain days of the week, and 4% of students are in school districts that haven’t finalized plans.
June 29, 2020

Burbio “Community Activity Index” Shows Smaller States and Counties Re-Opening Fastest

From Burbio
Burbio’s index, which is updated daily based on real-time activity, measures community life across five areas in every county in the US: Chambers of Commerce, government, libraries, arts and recreation, and civic and volunteer organization, scoring each county based on the level of activity and then population weighting the counties to get indices at the state and national level. Nationally, the index sits at 20.8, having been at zero in late May, up from 15.9 seven days ago.