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OECD Child Well-Being Portal

The OECD Child Well-Being Portal is a platform for conducting policy-oriented research on children, enhancing child well-being and promoting equal opportunities among children. As policy interventions for children in OECD countries increasingly overarch traditional policy fields, demand has grown for better comparative information across a range of children's outcomes. The Portal also includes the OECD Child Well-Being Data Portal, which gathers data and information from different sources on child well-being outcomes and policies. 

Focus

Early Learning and Child Well-being - A Study of Five-year-Olds in England, Estonia, and the United States

The first five years of a child’s life is a period of great opportunity, and risk.The cognitive and social-emotional skills that children develop in these early yearshave long-lasting impacts on their later outcomes throughout schooling and adulthood.TheInternational Early Learning and Child Well-Being Study was designed to help countriesassess their children’s skills and development, to understand how these relate tochildren’s early learning experiences and well-being. The study provides countrieswith comparative data on children’s early skills to assist countries to better identifyfactors that promote or hinder children’s early learning.Three countries participatedin this study in 2018: England (United Kingdom), Estonia and the United States.

OECD Child Well-Being Data Portal

Access the child well-being data portal

Key documents

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Ongoing work

Ongoing OECD work aims at identifying policies to promote the well-being of children in the context of policy concerns about unequal opportunities and declining social mobility observed in many OECD countries. 

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Other resources

See here a list of OECD data resources, other websites, as well as a complete list of OECD publications and reports related to child well-being.

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Contacts

For child outcomes & policies: [email protected]
For education-related work: [email protected]
For the well-being agenda: wellbeing@oecd.org

Journalists should contact the OECD's Media Relations Division on (33) 1 45 24 97 00 or [email protected]

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