Presentation on theme: "CONSESSION SCHOOLS IN COLOMBIA CECILIA MARIA VELEZ FELIPE BARRERA OCTUBRE 15 2010 POLICY AND PROGRAM EVALUATION."— Presentation transcript:
CONSESSION SCHOOLS IN COLOMBIA CECILIA MARIA VELEZ FELIPE BARRERA OCTUBRE 15 2010 POLICY AND PROGRAM EVALUATION
OUTLINE 1. Evaluation 2. The program : Consession Shools 3. The evaluation 4. General consideration about evaluation methods.
1. Evaluation “Systematic assessment of the operation and or outcomes of a program.. Compared to a set of explicit or implicit standar as a means of contributing to the improvement of the program..” “To make programs work better and to allocate resources to better programs” (Weiss)
2. Conssesions Shools Stages: 24 Schools in Bogota 8 (1998-2003) 47 Schools in other cities of Colombia(2006-…) Evaluation was made for the World Bank in 2006 The evaluation was useful to expand the program.
Bogota : the challenge. Provide access to quality education to poor children and youngsters living in marginalized sectors. ( 50.000 ) Increase retention and academic, personal and social achievements levels Improve education institutions managerial quality
La Estrellita La Giralda Nueva Roma San Cayetano San Vicente Chuniza San José Miravalle Nebraska Argelia La Esperanza Los Naranjos Santiago de las Atalayas las Atalayas Santa Marta Tintalito Las Margaritas Bellavista Torquigua Las Mercedes Bilbao-Parques del Campo Piedra Verde Santa Lucia La Joya Arborizador a Alta Buenavista 16 in operation as from year 2000 6 in operation as from year 2001 2 in operation as from year 2004 1 in operation as from year 2003
Main features Long term conssession contract ( 12 years) to deliver the service with private non profit organizations. Selection is made though public bidding. Private schools showing the highest academic results are invited to get involved in this project Infraestructure provide by the local governmet. With good specification. One fold Cost : the average of public provision Autonomy for the concessionaire.. And score on periodical test and goals as an element of the contract. External follow up..
The national program Challenge : provided poor population mainly displaced -that were arriving to larger cities-, with quality education 45 shools : 70.000 students. The incetive for local administration was that the central goverment financed the infraestructure. Recurrent cost were equal of per-capita allocation.
Infraestructura educativa Flor del Campo (Cartagena) Institución Educativa Clemente Manuel Zabala
Infraestructura educativa Tokio (Pereira) Institución Educativa Jaime Salazar Robledo