The work OICA does beneath the capitol dome, and in partnership with organizations and communities across the state, is supported by current data and research on children and families in Oklahoma. Our KIDS COUNT Data Center provides data on hundreds of indicators, both statewide and by county, over a five-year period. In addition to providing an extensive list of indicators for Oklahoma, the national KIDS COUNT Data Center allows for the creation of customized factsheets on select state indicators, or comparing indicators among states.
For the KIDS COUNT Data Center click: National KIDS COUNT network.
Oklahoma KIDS COUNT is part of the national KIDS COUNT Network supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Each year, the national KIDS COUNT Data Book provides Oklahoma’s state ranking in four main areas of child well-being, as compared to the other states. Each of the four areas – economic well-being, health, education, and family/community – represents a series of key indicators and provides a snapshot of trends over time. For the 2016 national KIDS COUNT Data Book, click: http://www.aecf.org/resources/the-2016-kids-count-data-book/