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The progress of the Child Well-being Module. 22 nd of June, 2010 Network on Early Childhood Education and Care Dominic Richardson, SPD / DELSA. Child well-being module. As part of the Family database Three comparative sections Child policies (spending and structures)

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the progress of the child well being module

The progress of the Child Well-being Module

22nd of June, 2010

Network on Early Childhood Education and Care

Dominic Richardson, SPD / DELSA

child well being module
Child well-being module
  • As part of the Family database
  • Three comparative sections
    • Child policies (spending and structures)
    • Contextual indicators (family and community)
    • Child well-being outcome indicators
  • Country specific sections
    • Governance issues, policy changes, yet incomparable information
    • National specific data collections
plans for the cwbm
Plans for the CWBM
  • Not a one-off project
  • Stage specific information
  • Both theory / empirics driven
    • Explanatory notes will be provided
    • Gaps to be identified
  • All data will be quality tested
    • Meta data
    • Validation testing / systematic bias
    • Guidance for appropriate use
plans for the cwbm5
Plans for the CWBM
  • Not a one-off project
  • Stage specific information
  • Both theory / empirics driven
    • Explanatory notes will be provided
    • Gaps to be identified
  • All data will be quality tested
    • Meta data
    • Validation testing / systematic bias
    • Guidance for appropriate use
what we are doing in spd
What we are doing in SPD
  • Child well-being indicators
  • Family Database
  • Social expenditure
  • Doing Better for families
    • Longitudinal analysis
  • Tax and benefit estimates
    • Static and dynamic
  • Review of international surveys of children
longitudinal analysis on the outcomes of childcare
Longitudinal analysis on the outcomes of childcare
  • UK, USA Australia, Canada, Denmark,
  • Childcare
    • Type of provider
    • Age at which child goes to non-parental care
    • Number of hours (intensity)
    • Controlling for background factors, health status and breastfeeding
    • Parenting behaviours (reading, etc.)
  • Cognitive scores (vocab.), behavioural (attention), and conduct at age 5
  • Linking this to mothers employment
  • Will feed into future work on data collection
incorporating the ecec network information
Incorporating the ECEC network information
  • Mainly in early childhood inputs and contexts
    • Information on staffing levels / provision by child or family attributes
  • In country specific sections
    • ECEC Governance information
    • Recent ECEC policy developments
    • Unique national data collections and evaluations
outputs from the cwbm
Outputs from the CWBM…
  • ST: Online reporting by indicator
  • Feed into upcoming work (DBFF)
    • Make better use of the qualitative info and country specific info
  • MT: Working papers or short reports
    • By child age / by country / by topic
  • LT: Provide a foundation for regular reporting on CWB in OECD countries
progress to date i
Progress to date I
  • Final round of comments were received from the USA and Australia in March
  • Incorporated changes
    • Identifying the correct data
    • Collaborative approach to conceptualisation
  • Addressed outstanding concerns
    • Inclusion of all countries
    • Types of involvement / collection
  • The final proposal has been submitted to the EDG
progress to date ii
Progress to date II
  • The UK has already committed three years of funding to the project
  • Data is collected for DBFF and other projects on health, education and income
    • Averages (efficiency)
    • Inequalities (equity)
  • First online data as of fourth quarter of 2010
  • New data (national and international) will be reviewed and added as of fourth quarter of 2010
  • Backdating of available series in early 2011
some useful links
Some useful links

www.oecd.org/els/social/childwellbeing

www.oecd.org/els/social/family/database

[email protected]

+33 145 24 9456

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