Oregon’s data-driven resource on the well-being of the state’s children
The Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID) is a resource for the state’s policymakers and community leaders to ground their decisions in the best available data to improve the well-being of all Oregon’s children and families.
OCID brings together data from across state agencies providing a powerful Oregon-specific, cross-program view across childhood, from birth through high school. The integrated data approach enables awareness into historical and current patterns, including potential disparities, which would otherwise be isolated in individual datasets.
OCID serves as an objective, nonpartisan data resource for answering questions, generating ideas, and advancing collective accountability for the well-being of Oregon’s children.
Investigate a selection of health, educational, and social service indicators on child well-being using geographic, demographic and cross-program attributes.
Featured Reports and Interactives
This set of foundational analyses examines available state data on the lifespan of students from birth to graduation age in 2020, including equity components and connections across multiple publicly funded programs.
Use OCID’s interactive display to examine relationships between participation in select public childhood programs and subsequent early educational outcomes for children born in Oregon.