Presentation on theme: "Cross River State Presentation Profile: State Capital:Calabar Population:2.8 Million (1991 Population Census) No. of Schools:Primary: 1,280 (Private &"— Presentation transcript:
Cross River State Presentation Profile: State Capital:Calabar Population:2.8 Million (1991 Population Census) No. of Schools:Primary: 1,280 (Private & Public) Secondary: 502 (Private & Public) Tertiary: 2 Enrolment:Primary: 523,956 Secondary: 166,416
Why is Students Performance in External Examination Poor? Because they are poorly taught. In 2006/2007 & 2007/2008, only 23.6% and 27.0% respectively had 5 Credits and above. Why are Students poorly taught? Teachers are ill equipped. Inspection Reports/Screening of Teachers.
Why are teachers ill equipped? Because they lack teaching skills.. More than 50% of the teachers do not have teaching qualification. Why do they lack teaching skills? They are not trained teachers. Performance in State and National conducted examinations show that students perform in subjects taught by professional teachers.
Why are they not trained teachers? Because very few qualified candidates choose teaching as a profession. Many who enter the teaching profession do so as a last resort
Provide textbooks at subsidised rates and other instructional materials; Retrain teachers in pedagogy and in subject areas; Introduce compulsory 1hr preparatory period for students after school; Sensitize parents on the need to take interest in their children/wards studies/homework; Introduce all embracing report card for students; Comprehensive and regular inspection and supervision of schools and teaching/learning process; Public announcement (at school assembly hall) of termly results of students; and Principals/teachers authorized to enforce discipline. Possible Risks: Funding; Compliance with rules and regulations; Possible Withdrawals of Students/Increased Attrition; Community Interference; and Lack of Cooperation from Parents.
Stakeholder Analysis: The Students; The Head Teacher; Teacher; The Parents; The Community; The Private Sector (Employer); The Universities/Colleges of Education; and The Local Government/State/ Federal Government/International Organizations Capacity Training Needs: Total No. of Teachers:6,008 Total No. of Principals: 249 Total6,257 Institutions Responsible for Capacity Building: The College of Education, Akamkpa; and Institute/Faculty of Education, University of Calabar
S/NPolicy OptionInvestment Funding Source Cost (N) A.CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 1.Improving Facilities/Infrastructure3.80bCRSG/ETF 2.Financing SS 2 Mock Examination0.40bCRSG 3.Capacity Building for Teachers0.20bETF/CRSG/FMOE 4.Printing of Minimum Standard Guides, etc0.112bCRSG 5.New Instructional Materials1.00bCRSG 6.Scholarship/Bursary0.20bCRSG/PTDF/C Wealth 7.Development of Curriculum0.20bCRSG/NERDC Total Capital Cost5.912b B.RECURRENT EXPENDITURE 7.Inspectorate/PRS Logistics1.00bCRSG 8.PTA/Community Based Mgt Meetings0.10bCRSG 9.Workshop/Seminars0.366bCRSG/ETF 10.Incentives/CCTs0.400bCRSG 11.Personnel Cost5.00bCRSG Total Recurrent Cost6.866b Grant Total12.778b
ImpactIndicatorsMeans of Verification Provide textbooks at subsidized cost Students have full complements of textbooks by 2011; Performance in WAEC by 60%. Cost of books published in Report Cards; Student s’ use of Library Build Capacity of Teachers to improve skills Teaching Skills improved and reflected in student performance by 2008/2009 WAEC-SSCE. Results as released by WAEC. Instil discipline in Teachers & Students Attendance of teachers in school is improved by 100% by end of 2008. Truancy and absenteeism of both students and teachers reduced 100%. School Records Sensitize Parents to develop more interest in Children/Wards studies 80% of parents call in school to find out children/ward performance by 2009 Through School Records Compulsory one hour Preparatory Period for all Students Overall performance in exams (internal & external) improve by 20% in 2008. Reading Skills improved by 80% in 2009 Prep Attendance Register. Interview Students Comprehensive and Regular Inspection Every School is Visited at least twice weekly. Attitude to work of both teachers and students improve by 100%. School’s Visitor’s Record Inspection Report
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