Explore the OCID Population

OCID is unique to Oregon, integrating longitudinal data from programs across five state agencies. We invite you to explore the graphs and charts below to gain an understanding of who is included in the OCID population.

OCID Population Growth

The OCID population is defined as Oregon-resident births from 2001 onwards, including infants along with their parents as identified on the birth certificate.* This means the OCID population grows over time, as more children are born into it (thereby adding their parents).

879,000 children as of 2019 birth cohort

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An average of 45,000 children are added to OCID with each birth cohort.

First birth cohort (children born in 2001) in OCID

2001

2019

* The OCID population is by definition restricted to “Oregon-born” children. It does not account for children who have moved out of the state since birth or the estimated 22% of Oregon residents under 18 years who were born outside of Oregon.

OCID Population Growth

The OCID population is defined as Oregon-resident births from 2001 onwards, including infants along with their parents as identified on the birth certificate.* This means the OCID population grows over time, as more children are born into it (thereby adding their parents).

879,000 children as of 2019 birth cohort

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An average of 45,000 children are added to OCID with each birth cohort.

First birth cohort (children born in 2001) in OCID

2001

2019

* The OCID population is by definition restricted to “Oregon-born” children. It does not account for children who have moved out of the state since birth or the estimated 22% of Oregon residents under 18 years who were born outside of Oregon.

OCID Population Growth

The OCID population is defined as Oregon-resident births from 2001 onwards, including infants along with their parents as identified on the birth certificate.* This means the OCID population grows over time, as more children are born into it (thereby adding their parents).

879,000 children as of 2019 birth cohort

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An average of 45,000 children are added to OCID with each birth cohort.

First birth cohort in OCID

2001

* The OCID population is by definition restricted to “Oregon-born” children. It does not account for children who have moved out of the state since birth or the estimated 22% of Oregon residents under 18 years who were born outside of Oregon.

OCID Completeness by Program (2018 Snapshot)

Program Number of OCID children in program Number of all Oregon children in program OCID completeness: percent of total program enrollment
Education 394,000 535,000 a

74%

Medicaid 349,000 423,000 b

83%

Foster care 8,000 11,000 c

73%

Sources:
a Oregon Department of Education, Student Membership Report, School Year 2018-19
b Oregon Health Authority Enrollment by Age, December 2018 (point in time)
c Oregon Department of Human Services 2018 Child Welfare Databook

OCID Completeness by Program (2018 Snapshot)

Program Number of OCID children in program Number of all Oregon children in program
Education 394,000 535,000 a
Medicaid 349,000 423,000 b
Foster care 8,000 11,000 c


Program OCID completeness: percent of total program enrollment
Education

74%

Medicaid

83%

Foster care

73%

Sources:
a Oregon Department of Education, Student Membership Report, School Year 2018-19
b Oregon Health Authority Enrollment by Age, December 2018 (point in time)
c Oregon Department of Human Services 2018 Child Welfare Databook

Sex/Gender of OCID Population (Grades K-11, 2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon public school enrollment

Not in OCID

Children in OCID

Male

74% in OCID

275,000 total enrollment

Female

74%

260,000

Non-binary

<500

Race/Ethnicity of OCID Population (Grades K-11, 2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon public school enrollment

Children in OCID

Not in OCID

331,000 total

enrollment

White

76% in OCID

75%

Hispanic/Latino

126,000

Multi-racial

71% of 34,000

52% of 21,000

Asian

58% of 12,000

Black/African American

American Indian/Alaska Native

71% of 7,000

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

50% of 4,000

Source for total enrollment: Oregon Department of Education

Sex/Gender of OCID Population

(Grades K-11, 2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon public school enrollment

Not in OCID

Children in OCID

Male

74% in OCID

275,000 total enrollment

Female

74%

260,000

Non-binary

<500

Race/Ethnicity of OCID Population

(Grades K-11, 2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon public school enrollment

Children in OCID

Not in OCID

331,000 total

enrollment

White

76% in OCID

75%

126,000

Hispanic/Latino

71% of 34,000

Multi-racial

52% of 21,000

Asian

58% of 12,000

Black/African American

71% of 7,000

American Indian/Alaska Native

50% of 4,000

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Source for total enrollment: Oregon Department of Education

Sex/Gender of OCID

Population (Grades K-11,

2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon

public school enrollment

Male (275,000 total enrollment)

74% in OCID

Female (260,000)

74%

Non-binary (<500)

Race/Ethnicity of OCID

Population (Grades K-11,

2018-2019 Snapshot)

Compared to total Oregon

public school enrollment

White (331,000 total enrollment)

76% in OCID

Hispanic/Latino (126,000)

75%

Multi-racial (34,000)

71% in OCID

Asian (21,000)

52%

Black/African American (12,000)

58%

American Indian/Alaska Native (7,000)

71%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (4,000)

50%

Source for total enrollment: Oregon Department of Education