Community schools and hubs
Community schools and hubs refer to schools that also house a rich variety of programs and services for families and the community, including daycare, parenting programs, public health, and children's mental health services. In this section, you can find information and research about several community school models.
People for Education, 2011. The report tracks programs and resources in schools, including things like special education waiting lists, percentages of schools with music teachers and teacher-librarians, fundraising amounts and.
People for Education, 2011. This chapter from the Annual Report on Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools 2011, includes research and analysis regarding school-community connections.
A new goal for public education: Schools at the centre
Annual report on Ontario’s publicly funded schools 2010
People for Education, 2010. Using data from the People for Education Annual School Survey, as well as information from the EQAO, Statistics Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Education, this.
Toronto District School Board, 2009 Chris Spence, Director of Education at the Toronto District School Board, describes the concept of the community school, or full-service school. A “full service school” integrates.