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Premium member Presentation Transcript School Based Management: School Based Management Introduction : To achieve the Education for All (EFA) objectives by 2015, the Department of Education is pursuing policy reforms under the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) . Key Reform Thrust 1 (KRT 1) of BESRA is School Based Management (SBM) . SBM underscores the empowerment of key stakeholders in school communities to enable them to actively participate in the continuous improvement of schools towards the attainment of higher student learning outcomes.OBJECTIVES of the SCHOOL: OBJECTIVES of the SCHOOL SHORT TERM GOAL: Assess the school’s SBM Practices MEDIUM TERM GOAL: Convene the SPT and the SGC in order to prepare a doable SIP LONG TERM GOAL: Convene a functional SGC for an effective SBMDEFINITION OF TERMS: DEFINITION OF TERMS SBM (School Based Management) : decentralization of decision-making authority to schools School Governance : interface among school stakeholders , the source of strategic decisions that shape the school and its work SPT (School Planning Team) : plans, initiates, manages, supports, monitors, evaluates and implements school-related activities in order to better achieve the goals of educationDEFINITION OF TERMS: DEFINITION OF TERMS SGC (School Governing Council): provides a forum for parents, teachers, students, community stakeholders and the school head to work together towards continuously improving student learning outcomes SIP (School Improvement Plan): a three-year educational development plan containing improvements for student achievement, major priorities to which the school will commit its resources, and the directions of the school towards the achievement of goals and objectives of the school AIP (Annual Implementation Plan ): contains major activities of programs, projects and interventions to be attained within one year as based on the SIPDEFINITION OF TERMS: DEFINITION OF TERMS WFP (Work and Financial Plan): contains objectives, programs/projects; resource requirements and the amount/target sources of funds for each priority improvement areas. SMET (SIP Monitoring and Evaluation Team): monitors and evaluates accomplishment of the SIP implementation SIT (SIP Implementation Team): implements and manages the different programs and activities of the school as reflected in the AIP/WFP; preferably members also of the SPTDEFINITION OF TERMS: DEFINITION OF TERMS SBM Practices Assessment : tools that will determine the level of the SBM practices of the school that will provide a sound basis on which to establish its plan of action.FUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams: FUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM Gathers multi year data (minimum of 3 years) Organizes the school data using the School Report Card (SRC) Reviews the data and makes initial inferences(cross referencing, comparing against the standards or looking into trends) Writes conclusions about the data Identifies problems, creates solutions and prioritizes them Implements the SIP/AIP/WFP COMPOSITION School Head as the CEO ASTP’s Subject Coordinators Finance Officer Curriculum Chairs Guidance Officers Planning Officer Property Custodian PTA President SSG President LGU/NGO RepresentativeFUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams: FUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL Participates in the development of the School Improvement plan Assists the schools in installing the Monitoring and evaluation System for school performance based on SIP and report accomplishments to the community and the department Generates resources to support implementation of the SIP Organizes committees to support the school head and staff in the implementation of the SIP Determines the general policies of the school on student welfare, discipline and well-being COMPOSITION School Head as the CEO ASTP Faculty President SSG President Parent from each catchment area of the school LGU Representative NGO RepresentativeFUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SIP Teams: FUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SIP Teams SCHOOL MONITORING AND EVALUATION TEAM Conducts monitoring during plan implementation like gathering, recording, organizing, storing data and ensuring that school records are complete Evaluates result of the SIP implementation Makes regular reports and submit to SH Update M&E plan during SIP revisit Convene regularly to discuss M&E concerns together with the implementation team and SH Analyze and interpret data and provide copy to the SH COMPOSITION One HT or MT teacher Two teachers (one will be a Faculty Club Rep) One PTA representative One LGU representative One school council representativeFUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams: FUNCTIONS and COMPOSITION of SBM Teams SIP IMPLEMENTATION TEAM Organize program teams approved by the School Head which will manage different programs and activities as reflected in the WFP and AIP Make regular reports to the SH Make recommendations to the program teams regarding actions that are necessary in the SIP implementation Convene regularly to discuss implementation issues together with the School Head and M&E Team Assists in enhancing the SIP every year during the SIP re-visit COMPOSITION ASTP’s Curriculum Chair Subject Coordinators Two student representatives (one will be the SSG President) One parent or a representative from either the LGU or NGOINITIAL MOVES: INITIAL MOVES Stage 1 (Orientation of the SH): DONE Stage 2-Phase 1: Orientation of School Stakeholders as Respondents for the SBM Practices Assessment Stage 2-Phase 2: Actual inventory Stage 2-Phase 3: Summarizing the Stakeholders’ response Stage 3: Focused Group DiscussionINITIAL MOVES: INITIAL MOVES UTILIZATION OF THE RESULTS Assessment results will primarily be the basis for the school’s plan of action Convene the SPT in order to revisit the SIP and do modifications Submit to the concerned agency the SIP/AIP/WFP of the school You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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