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Child Care Data / Policy Info
For Community Planners
A network of Community Planners
 
Community planners for early childhood and schoolage care must have an understanding of the existing landscape of data and resources when making decisions about the allocation of funds or making other policy decisions in their community. Typical questions may be:
  • What is currently being spent on child care in our locality?
  • What is the supply of child care for infants and toddlers, preschool and schoolage children?
  • How many programs/slots do we have and how many do we need?
  • How much does a quality early childhood or schoolage program cost?
 
Publications: 
2010 Economic Impact Study 
2004 Economic Impact Study
2012 Oregon Child Care Market Price Study
2010 Oregon Child Care Market Price Study 
2008 Oregon Child Care Market Price Study
 
The following links may assist your community planning efforts and help reach the child care system goals of increased availability of safe, quality, and affordable child care for all working families.
 
Oregon Child Care Research Partnership
http://health.oregonstate.edu/sbhs/family-policy-program/about-occrp
 
 
Oregon Child Care Research Partnership - Publications
www.hhs.oregonstate.edu/familypolicy/occrp/publications.html
 
 
Oregon Child Care Research Partnership - Research and Data
http://health.oregonstate.edu/sbhs/family-policy-program/occrp-tools-state-child-care
 
 
National Child Care Information Center
www.nccic.org
 
 
Center for Law and Social Policy
www.clasp.org
 
Portland State University - School of Social Work
http://www.pdx.edu/ssw/
 

Afterschool Planning Resources

Now in its 5th edition, Resources On Afterschool is an online tool featuring selected resources in the areas of: research and evaluation, promising practices, professional development, public awareness and communications, policy, and financing in afterschool. These resources have been compiled for statewide afterschool networks and the field working to build systems that support quality, sustainable afterschool programs (Collaborative Communications Group).
http://www.afterschoolresources.org/
 
 
Oregon Afterschool for Kids - (OregonASK)
www.oregonask.org
 
 
The Finance Project
www.financeproject.org/    
 
 
The Finance Project - Promising Practices
http://www.financeproject.org/index.cfm?page=23
 
 
Afterschool Alliance
www.afterschoolalliance.org
 
 
National Afterschool Association
www.naaweb.org
 
 
Charles Steward Mott Foundation
http://www.mott.org/ourissues/Afterschool.aspx