Child Well-being Dashboard

Welcome to the OCID Child Well-being Dashboard

The OCID Child Well-being Dashboard is a resource for policymakers and community leaders interested in investigating and improving the well-being of children in Oregon. Until now, it has not been possible to view most of these data sources together. The Dashboard will be updated over time to provide an array of indicators focused on key areas of child development.

Check out these resources to get the most out of the Dashboard!

The initial goals of the Dashboard include:

  1. Providing new insight into potential disparities, interactions, or trends;
  2. Revealing where our institutions and programs may intersect with our children at key developmental points; and
  3. Fueling discussion and action on how Oregon can use its public and private resources to improve the well-being of our children.

Child Well-being Dashboard Menu

Select an indicator to navigate to the dashboard display.

  Pregnancy & Birth Early Childhood & Pre-K Elementary School Middle & High School
Birth Weight      
Medicaid Well-Child Visits Ages 3-6    
Foster Care Participation    
Child Maltreatment    
Kindergarten Assessments      
3rd Grade Assessments
9th Grade On-Track to Graduate      
Student Houselessness    
School Attendance    

Important notes on the Dashboard

OCID adds value through linking data across state agencies, including birth records and state-funded programs, to identify population well-being concerns. OCID’s approach to the Child Well-being Dashboard allows the ability to compare outcomes among the population of children who access a program or service, foster care for example, with the population who does not. The OCID dataset was designed to allow insight into the trajectory children take through public programs from birth and throughout their development. For this reason, the OCID dataset only includes Oregon-born children and their parents currently. Thus, OCID’s results may not exactly match data or statistics published by state agencies, and OCID’s Dashboard should be used as a companion to and not as a source for official program statistics. The OCID team works closely with state agencies to ensure the calculations are accurate. Please visit the Dataset Overview and the Well-being Dashboard Technical Dictionary for additional information.