Public California Charter Schools are taking steps to reduce COVID-19 risks by using Team.Care Network, a workforce engagement solution developed by Solve.Care with a focus on well-being and COVID-19 risk, to help ensure the safety of students and their families, teachers and support staff. 

The Collaborative Charter Services Organization provides administrative support services to public charter schools across the State of California. In total, these educational institutions in the initial rollout employ over 100 workers and serve approximately 1,000 students from age four to adults. With teachers and students currently taking part in school activities online, priority is first given to the employees who are currently working on-site. As more people return to the offices and schools, Team.Care Network will be implemented to the wider school community to help manage a safer return to the institutions in a controlled manner. 

The blockchain based solution is a mobile application that allows for the easy monitoring of individual health and well-being, inclusive of COVID-19 exposure risks in a secure and transparent manner while protecting the data privacy of the individual. In this way, California's schools will be able to make data-driven decisions based on  analytics. 

Corrie Amador, Director of Human Resources at The Collaborative Charter Services Organization, said, “As a school, we want to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and their families. The Solve.Care app assists us in being able to monitor staff health and reduce risk of exposure to illnesses like COVID-19."