Expansion of the Child Well-being Dashboard

OCID has added a new comparative display to the original Child Well-being Dashboard! Now users can discover how characteristics vary among groups of children with different well-being outcomes. For example, compare the rates of child welfare involvement for students...

New OCID Analysis on Public Alternative Schools

OCID has released a new analysis, Students Enrolled in Oregon’s Public Alternative Education Schools, a high-level description of students who had been enrolled in public alternative education schools. Previously, little statewide information had been previously...

OCID Releases First Analyses!

OCID’s inaugural analyses and interactive visualizations are now available! Through the 3 interconnected briefs on Oregon Childhood Program Participation and Early Educational Outcomes, this first set of analyses sheds light on: (1) patterns of early-childhood program...

OCID’s Child Well-being Dashboard has been updated!

OCID’s Child Well-being Dashboard now provides users the ability to explore the current indicators and select cross-program and family characteristics through the 2019 calendar year (or 2018-2019 school year for educational indicators and attributes). The current...

Governor announces OCID official launch

Oregon Governor Kate Brown announces the official launch of OCID. Today, Governor Kate Brown launched the Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID) Project, a vital online resource to provide policymakers with a more complete picture of how state programs interact with...

A Welcome Message from Governor Kate Brown

Welcome to the Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID). This innovative data resource will help state leaders to work together more efficiently and effectively to ensure all Oregon children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. The best policies and...