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Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 2012

(Research Report)

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Authors(s): Bobbie Weber of the Oregon Child Resource and Referral Network, Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University; Becky Vorpagel of Information Architecture, Consultant to the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network.

Every two years the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership takes a snapshot of how well Oregon's child care and education system is serving children and families. Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties describes how the system is working through state and county profiles. The report links study findings to Oregon's principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality.  Published: June 2013

 

Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 2010

(Research Report)

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Authors(s): Bobbie Weber of the Oregon Child Resource and Referral Network, Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University; Becky Vorpagel of Information Architecture, Consultant to the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network.

Every two years the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership takes a snapshot of how well Oregon's child care and education system is serving children and families. Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties describes how the system is working through state and county profiles. The report links study findings to Oregon's principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality.  Published: October 2011

 

Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 2008

(Research Report)

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Authors(s): Bobbie Weber of the Oregon Child Resource and Referral Network, Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University; Becky Vorpagel of Information Architecture, Consultant to the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network; and Diana Druse of the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network.

Every two years the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership takes a snapshot of how well Oregon's child care and education system is serving children and families. Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties describes how the system is working through state and county profiles. The report links study findings to Oregon's principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality.Published: August 2009

 

Child Care and Early Education in Oregon: Current Status and Trends

(slide presentation)

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Published: October, 2006

 

Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 2004

(Research Report)

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Author(s): Bobbie Weber of the Oregon Child Resource and Referral network, Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University, Becky Vorpagel of Information Architecture, consultant to the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network, and Ben Kujala of the Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network.

Every two years the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership takes a snapshot of how well Oregon's child care and education system is serving children and families. Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties describes how the system is working through state and county profiles. The report links study findings to Oregon's principal child care benchmarks:affordability, availability, and quality. Published: March, 2007

 

Data for Community Planning:
2000 Oregon Population Estimates & Survey Findings

(Research Report)

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Author(s): Oregon Childhood Care and Education Data Project
Data for Community Planning focuses on the forces which determine child care demand, supply and affordability. The report links these findings to Oregon’s principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality. All the information contained in this report is based on spring 2000 research, population estimates and program data, except where noted otherwise. Published: September, 2002

 

Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 1998

(Research Report)

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Author(s): Bobbie Weber, Kumiko Okuyama, and Beth Kapsch
Every two years the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership takes a snapshot of how Oregon’s child care and education system is doing. Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties describes how the system is working through state and county profiles. The report links study findings to Oregon’s principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality. More detailed information can be found in a companion document, Data for Community Planning: 1998 Oregon population Estimates and Survey Findings. Published: September, 2000

 

Data for Community Planning:
1998 Oregon Population Estimates & Survey Findings

(Research Report)

Download the full 1998 Research Report (pdf)

Author(s): Oregon Childhood Care and Education Data Project
Data for Community Planning focuses on the forces which determine child care demand, supply and affordability. The report links these findings to Oregon’s principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality. All the information contained in this report is based on spring 1998 research, population estimates and program data, except where noted otherwise. Published: May, 2000

 

Child Care Works…When We Work Together:
Data for Community Planning, 1994 Oregon Population Estimates & Survey Findings

(Research Report)

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Author(s): Oregon Childhood Care and Education Data Project
Data for Community Planning focuses on the forces which determine child care demand, supply and affordability. The report links these findings to Oregon’s principal child care benchmarks: affordability, availability, and quality. All the information contained in this report is based on 1994 research, population estimates and program data, except where noted otherwise. Published: May, 1996