Child Care and Education in Oregon and Its Counties: 2012
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
A four-page state profile describes children, families and care and education across the state. Hard copies of the state
profile are printed in color on 11”x17” paper so that it can serve as a cover for county and regional profile sheets. A map showing capacity and types of care available in counties across the state is included with the state profile.
Contact Bobbie Weber to request hard copies of the state profile.
In addition to the downloadable county maps below there is an Interactive Child Care and Education in Oregon 2012 map.
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- School of Biological and Population Health Sciences
- School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences
- Health Management and Policy
- Health Promotion and Health Behavior
- HDFS | Graduate Program
- Family Policy Program
- Accountability for Results: From Goals to Measurable Outcomes
- Outcome Assessment
- Results Accountability and Related Publications
- Contact Family Policy Program
- Oregon Child Care Research Partnership
- Research Activities
- Child Care System Accountability
- Child Care Subsidy Program Research
- Oregon Child Care Dynamics
- Market Price
- Quality of Care
- Parents as Decision-Makers
- Professional Development of the Child Care and Early Education Workforce
- Tools for State Child Care
- Child Care and Education Map Instructions
- Program on Gerontology