Improving Outcomes for
Toronto's Children and families.
Raising the Village is an initiative of the Toronto Child & Family Network (TC&FN).Learn More
A summary measure at the neighbourhood level of the socioeconomic challenges that children and families experience.
Information about the number of children and families living in Toronto, where they live, and other basic demographic data.
A population measure of children's ability to meet age-appropriate development expectations in Kindergarten.
Understanding differences in outcomes using disaggregated demographic data
A periodical system-wide survey on students' demographics, in-school and out-of-school experiences, and well-being.
The Toronto Child & Family Network (TC&FN) brings together the many systems and leaders that affect the lives of children and families.
Not all vulnerable children get the interventions and support they need for the best possible start in life.
Not all children in Toronto have opportunities to participate in out-of-school activities.
Mental health is a key determinant of overall health & development, yet continues to be overlooked.
The ability for children and families to make healthy choices is constrained by factors beyond their control.
Stronger networks and relationships can support the learning outcomes of Toronto's children.
A tutorial on Raising the Village, on how to find and use the available data and tools.
A guide for organizations, communities and system leaders on how to use Raising the Village data to take action.
Find information about children's programs, services, activities and resources for parenting and pregnancy.
Measuring the Well-being of Children and Families in Toronto: Developing Shared Outcomes
Measuring the Well-being of Children and Families in Toronto: Indigenous Outcomes