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OREGON BY THE NUMBERS 2020: KEY MEASURES FOR OREGON AND ITS COUNTIES
Published by The Ford Family Foundation and Oregon State University Extension Service. This report assembles a suite of community measures and displays them in an easy-to-digest format including charts and infographics. It features compact county portraits for all 36 Oregon counties as well as corresponding measure profiles, with rankings whenever possible. Measures include demographics, social issues, education, the economy, health and infrastructure.
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A twice-yearly publication that shares success stories, and spotlights current and emerging community leaders.
Also available in Spanish. También disponible en español.
This collaborative research project raises up examples of the positive role Oregon’s higher education institutions play in the state’s college transfer landscape. The report highlights policies and practices that could help contribute to strong transfer outcomes for Oregonians. © 2019. Published by The Ford Family Foundation.
Project Impact: A self-directed evaluation of the impact of the Ford Institute for Community Building »
A self-directed evaluation of the impact of the Ford Institute for Community Building. 2019. Published by The Ford Family Foundation.
A Self-Study Evaluation of the Impact of the Ford Institute for Community Building (2-page summary) »
A self-directed evaluation of the impact of the Ford Institute for Community Building. 2019. Published by The Ford Family Foundation
Skilled and passionate parenting educators attract parents and keep them coming back to parenting classes.The Foundation now offers a training kit that increases the facilitation skills and tools of parenting educators who offer group-based parenting classes. Published by The Ford Family Foundation.
The Abacus Project: Math activity books for children
Published by The Ford Family Foundation. Math skills at kindergarten entry can predict later success in school. The Abacus Project (two books for Ages Birth to 3 years, and 3 to 5 years) helps parents and caregivers find the math in everyday routines. The playful activities make learning fun. Residents of Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif., may order the printed books for free from Select Books »
Anyone may download PDFs of the books here:
Download Infant edition (12 pages, 3 MB)
Download the Pre-Kindergarten edition (12 pages, 3 MB)
The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study
Published by The Ford Family Foundation. A report exploring how the ACE Study findings are being applied in Oregon. Residents of Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif., may order the report for free from Select Books »
Anyone may download a PDF of the report here
This report summarizes the work of the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative, 2010-2015. The initiative supports expanded access to best practice parenting education programs.
Professors John Geldof and Karen Volmar of Oregon State University have completed a report on the developing intersections between parenting education Hubs and Coordinated Care Organizations.
Funded in part by The Ford Family Foundation. Information to help local citizens and policy makers make better decisions about issues in Oregon rural communities.
Resources that can make a difference in your community. Free to residents of Oregon and Siskiyou County, Calif.