Research and reports on how children and young people are fairing across the domains of refugees, community, health, learning and development.
Annual State of Victoria’s Children reports provide a comprehensive picture of the health, wellbeing, learning, safety and development of Victoria’s children and young people.
The school entrant health questionnaire is a parent report instrument that records parent’s concerns and observations about their child’s health and wellbeing as they begin primary school in Victoria.
The Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) is a population measure of how young children are developing across Australia as they begin school.
The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring that children are given a higher priority across all government policies, programs and activities.
The Victorian Child Health and Wellbeing Survey collects valuable information about the health and wellbeing of children living in Victoria.
The Victorian student health and wellbeing 'About You' survey collects information about the health, development, learning, safety and wellbeing of children and young people in Victorian schools.
The Effective Early Education Experiences for Kids - or E4Kids - is Australia’s largest research project into early childhood education and care.
The On Track survey monitors the destination outcomes of Year 12 completers and Early Leavers six months after leaving school to find out if they are on track to a bright future.
Reviewed 08 April 2022