Previous OCID analysis identified juvenile justice contact as one of the top 3 barriers to 4-year graduation, one measure of educational success. Based on this finding, OCID explored further to provide a foundational overview of students in the Class of 2020 who had contact with the juvenile justice system to guide decisions focused on better supporting children in Oregon.
OCID’s resources on juvenile justice contact include a foundational fact sheet, a race/ethnicity and geography focused fact sheet, a disability focused infographic, and interactive data visualizations that allow deeper, individualized exploration.
Class of 2020 Interactive Visualizations
Juvenile Justice Contact Overview Fact Sheet (pdf)
Juvenile Justice Contact Focus on Race/Ethnicity and Geography (pdf)
Juvenile Justice Contact Focus on Disability (pdf)
Class of 2020 Methods Summary (pdf)
Related OCID Resources
Visualize Oregon’s High School Class of 2020
Visit the interactive display on Oregon’s high school class of 2020 to explore the lifespan of students and education outcomes by equity characteristics and indicators of income insecurity and family or housing instability.
Class of 2020: Foundational Analyses
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.
Class of 2020: Midyear School Transitions
Look at the Class of 2020: Midyear School Transitions analysis to learn about another main factor related to 4-year high school graduation.