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The 12 th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children in Orange County. 2006. Sponsored by the Children’s Services Coordination Committee. Produced by: Orange County Social Services Agency Children and Families Commission of OC Orangewood Children’s Foundation

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The 12th AnnualReport on theConditions of Childrenin Orange County

2006


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Sponsored by the Children’s Services Coordination Committee

Produced by:

  • Orange County Social Services Agency

  • Children and Families Commission of OC

  • Orangewood Children’s Foundation

  • Center for Community Collaboration at California State University, Fullerton

  • Orange County Health Needs Assessment


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Purpose of the Forum Committee

To create a better awareness about the

conditions of children in Orange County.

To consider and discuss

SO WHAT?


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12th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children Committee

Executive Summary:

  • Good News / Challenges / Summary of Indicators

    Special Section:

  • Children’s Oral Health

    Discussion Topics and 39 Indicators related to:

    - Good Health – Immunizations

    - Economic Well-Being – Self Sufficiency

    - Educational Achievement – Alternative Education

    - Safe Homes and Communities – Wraparound


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Children’s Demographics CommitteeTotal Population: 846,604

231,928

216,014

204,119

194,543

AGE DISTRIBUTION


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Hispanic White Asian Other Black Committee

Children’s Demographics

Orange County’s Children

Population 0-17 Years by Race/Ethnicity,

1990, 2000 & 2010 (projected) by race/ethnicity

1990 2000 2010


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GOOD HEALTH Committee

Discussion Topic

Immunization

GOOD HEALTH (page 30)


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Enrollment in CommitteeHealth Care Program

Medi-Cal, Healthy Families,

California Kids and Kaiser Permanente

252,689

GOOD HEALTH (page 36)


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Prenatal Care Committee

Percent Receiving Early Prenatal Care 1994 to 2003

GOOD HEALTH (page 38)


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ECONOMIC WELL-BEING Committee

Discussion Topic

Self-Sufficiency

ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 62)


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Cal Works CommitteeEconomic Well-Being

Children Receiving Financial Assistance Through CalWORKs, 1995/96 to 2004/05

ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 62)


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Free and Reduced Lunch Committee

Districts with HIGHEST and LOWEST percent of

students receiving free and reduced lunch

ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 70)


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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Committee

Discussion Topic

Alternative Education

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (page 80)


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Education Data CommitteeTotal Public School Enrollment1995/96 through 2004/05

515,464

503,351

510,114

483,360

458,489

442,927

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (page 85)


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Total Public School Enrollment Committeevs. English Learners

1995/96 to 2004/05

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (page 90)


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Academic Performance Index Committee

Districts with Highest Percentage of API Improvement, 1999 to 2005

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (page 86)


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Average per Pupil Expenditure Committee

Average Dollar Expenditure Per Pupil for Grades K-12, 1995/96 to 2004/05

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (page 92)


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SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES Committee

Discussion Topic

Wraparound

SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 102)


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Dependent Children Committee

Average Monthly Number of Children in Out-of-Home Care and the Average Monthly Number of Dependents of the Court, 1995/96 to 2004/05

SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 112)


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Emancipation Services Committee

Monthly Average Number of Youth Served

2001/01 to 2004/05

SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 116)


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Juvenile Arrests Committee

Total Juvenile Arrests for Youth 10 to 17 Years of Age, 1995 to 2004

SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 120)


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So What? Committee

  • What are the implications of the data?

  • What explains the trends?

  • What is the impact on policy?

  • What are the budgetary implications?

  • What are the challenges for the future?

  • How should the community respond to the information?

  • Where should priorities be focused?


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THANK YOU CommitteeTO ALL THE CONTRIBUTORS TO THE PRODUCTION OF THE 12TH ANNUAL REPORT


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Welcome Committee

Katelyn and Kelly Reed

Special Guests


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