Research & Data
The 2020 Oregon KIDS COUNT County Data Cards are Here!
Data is Central to our Work
Using a racial equity lens, our data-informed strategy and policy recommendations spur legislators and public officials to back systemic solutions, investing in, and elevating the voices of, Oregon’s children in greatest need. By providing reliable data reflecting different regions and demographics, we enrich discussions about child well-being and support child advocates and decision-makers in better serving their communities.
KIDS COUNT Oregon
Oregon KIDS COUNT County Data Cards
Our Children Oregon has served as Oregon’s state KIDS COUNT partner (a program of the Annie E. Casey Foundation) for over two decades. We support the mission of KIDS COUNT to ensure reliable and high-quality data about child well-being is accessible to the public, advocates, and policymakers through the production and promotion of the Oregon KIDS COUNT County Data Cards. Released annually, this report provides a snapshot of Oregon’s children and tracks key well-being indicators across domains of economic well-being, education, health, and family and community, at the county level, and provides a comparison to the state as a whole.
Pre-COVID Data Lays Foundation for Child Well-being
The 2020 Oregon KIDS COUNT County Data Cards, the 27th edition of this report, offer a snapshot of child and family well-being at the state and county level. This year’s data cards feature pre-COVID data for 21 indicators organized across 4 domains: economic well-being, education, health, and family and community, as well as data on population and family supports.
- static reports
- Data Handouts
- 2020 Kids Count Data
- Pandemic Pain Points
- AECF Key Indicators
Oregon County Data Books:
Kids, Families, & COVID-19 in Oregon
National Data Books & Special Reports
At Our Children Oregon, we look to the findings of Annie E. Casey Foundation’s reports to understand Oregon’s progress nationally towards creating a state where all our children thrive.
Kids, Families and COVID-19: Pandemic Pain Points and the Urgent Need to Respond
This national KIDS COUNT report explores how families with children have fared during the pandemic and the risks they face. Using data from the Household Pulse Survey, the Foundation identified four key factors covering health and economic distress.
National Data Book: State Trends in Child Well-Being
For over thirty years, the Annie E. Casey Foundation has annually released the national KIDS COUNT Data Book which ranks each state using 16 indicators across four domains—health, education, economic well-being, and family and community—representing what children need most to thrive.
Race to Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children
Published every few years, Race to Results highlights data for U.S. children of all races and ethnicities by reporting on key milestones at state and national levels.
KIDS COUNT Data Center
Combining data from trusted national resources and state organizations, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Data Center provides an easy-to-use, in-depth, online database able to generate custom reports across different indicators, locations, and topics.