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Buying a home is a big decision, no matter what stage of life you're in. But for families with children, there are many more things to consider. Every parent is looking for a safe neighbourhood with easy access to parks and recreational activities, but there may be nothing more important than finding a home in a good school district.
Fortunately, there are a number of resources families can use to find the best fit for them and their children. The Province of Ontario's Education Quality and Accountability Office, EQAO, measures the number of students at or above the provincial standard in subjects like math, reading, and writing and scores them on a percentage basis. Barring a few exceptions, every school in the Toronto District School Board is listed here. The C.D. Howe Institute provides rankings by province of the best school districts. The Fraser Institute allows users to compare schools in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec.
The C.D. Howe Institute's study takes socio-economic factors into consideration when analyzing schools. Students' results in math, reading, and writing tests are measured against expected outcomes. Out of all the Toronto schools tested, 24 performed 95 per cent or higher than expected. Of those, six scored 100 per cent better than anticipated. Educators can use the research to determine which schools need more attention and which deserve imitation. It's also an invaluable tool for parents looking to send their children to the best schools.
THE VALUE OF A GOOD EDUCATION
There are more things to consider than just schools when buying a home in Toronto. Prices are still ebbing upward in the city, and school rankings can have a significant impact on the price of a home and its future value. In fact, many homebuyers now begin the hunt for a new home by looking at the quality of the local educational establishment. Investing in a home within reach of a good school can mean significantly higher resale values, and homes there tend to sell more quickly. In tougher economic times, prices tend to remain relatively healthy in the vicinity of good schools, but homes there do tend to be more expensive. But wherever you're looking, there are a number of fine schools within Toronto, and if you know what tools to use, finding them doesn't need to be a hassle.