Ppt on quality education school

Southern Regional Education Board HSTW Illinois Statewide Re-Energizer Site Development Workshop: Implementing an Effort-based Action Plan September 14-15,

and problem-solving skills  Understand technical concepts  Read and comprehend technical materials  Apply mathematical concepts within chosen field  Solve problems and think critically  Keep students in school IL SDW 201183 Southern Regional Education Board HSTW Quality Career Technical Studies- Jigsaw Literacy Strategy: Combining Academic and Technical Studies to Prepare Students for College and Careers #1s - Newsletter pages 1 – 4 #2s – Newsletter pages 5/


Andreas Schleicher Washington, April 28, 2010 Why quality in education matters Why quality in education matters And what it takes to improve it Washington,

makes a difference for people and nations Andreas Schleicher Washington, April 28, 2010 Why quality in education matters Latin America then… Hanushek 2009 GDP/pop 1960 Years schooling Asia 18914 Sub-Saharan Africa 23043.3 MENA 25992.7 Latin America 41524.7 Europe/ 74697.4 Orig. OECD 112529.5 Andreas Schleicher Washington, April 28, 2010 Why quality in education matters GDP/pop 1960 Years schooling Asia 18914 Sub-Saharan Africa 23043.3 MENA 25992.7 Latin America 41524.7 Europe 74697.4 Orig/


STRATEGIC PLAN 2011-14 & 2011 MTEF BUDGET REVIEW VOTE 15: BASIC EDUCATION Presentation to the Select Committee on Education and Recreation 20 APRIL 2011.

teacher and focusing on giving the necessary information and bursaries to interested youths To bring about a set of planning, management and accountability tools at the school level that cater for South African needs and make quality education more realisable To develop training strategies and materials aimed at parents that can bring parents more integrally into the new accountability mechanisms being established for/


Financing & Budget for State Charter Schools Carmen Hernández-Freemire Director Budget Services 470-254-6762 ph | 470-254-1240 fax

Media (Personnel & Materials) 20 Additional Days of Instruction QBE- Now, Indirect Instructional Costs Quality Basic Education (QBE) QBE- Now Elementary School Earnings Quality Basic Education (QBE) QBE- Now Middle School Earnings Quality Basic Education (QBE) QBE- Now High School Earnings Quality Basic Education (QBE) In early 2016, Governor Nathan Deal named 34 individuals to serve on the Education Reform Commission which he announced in his State of the State address. The commission/


An overview of South African schooling and our role in improving it www.nicspaull.com/presentations SA Principals Association | 14 May 2015.

(with early childhood development) High quality primary school High quality secondary school Low socioeconomic status background Low quality primary school Low quality secondary schoo l Unequal society Labour Market High productivity jobs and incomes (15%) Mainly professional, managerial & skilled jobs Requires graduates, good quality matric or good vocational skills Low productivity jobs & incomes Often manual or low skill jobs Limited or low quality education University/ FET Type of institution (FET/


“Getting Results!” – v3.0/070304 © Performance Fact, Inc. (2003, 2004) 1 “GETTING RESULTS!” 2009 to 2010 School Improvement Plan School: California Area.

!” – v3.0/070304 © Performance Fact, Inc. (2003, 2004) 16 Student achievement is an effect whose cause lies in the quality and efficacy of educational practices. Use the following Guiding Questions to reflect on the current state of educational programs and practices at your school. Then, identify the “root causes” of the highest-priority weaknesses uncovered during your analyses of student data. The Guiding Questions/


PEDU 6209 Policy Studies in Education Topic 8 The Normative Context of Policy Studies : Policy as Value Paradox.

ƒTeaching and learning are experimental, surprising and risk-taking processes of liberating speculative spirits Policy Discourse of “Quality Education”: In Search of the Intrinsic Value 3.Emancipatory conception of quality in education c.Quality in school organizations Schools as liberating communities of human potentials ‚Schools as communities of praxis d.Assumption of education as risk-taking praxis of speculative or even revolutionary spirits Equality as Prima Facie Value in/


Avenue Centre for Education Hub Self Evaluation 2015 Comprehensive Summary Chris Day Headteacher & Strategic Lead.

the community and representing the rights of all To work in alignment with IYFA protocol To provides Schools with a “one stop shop” in key, specialist area of education Work with all Luton Schools – in partnership Working in alignment with alternative providers & leading the drive for quality & outstanding outcomes across the AP landscape in Luton (& beyond) To lead on AP services in Luton (in/


Teachers & teacher content knowledge in SA Finding a way forward www.nicspaull.com/presentations Equal Education Roundtable on Teachers | 19 September.

Economics. Research report for the PSPPD project for Presidency.Low quality education as a poverty trap Spaull, N. 2013. Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development. 33 (2013) pp. 436-447 (WP here)Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africahere Spaull, N. 2013. South Africa’s Education Crisis: The Quality of Education in South Africa 1995-2011. Centre for Development and/


AN EVALUATION OF DYNAMICS OF QUALITY OF EDUCATION PROVIDED BY NON-FORMAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NAIROBI, KENYA KAUGI, EPHANTUS MICHENI E83/10929/06.

(learner characteristics, context, inputs and outcomes) and UNICEF identifies five ingredients of quality education(learner, content, processes, environments and outcomes). This study employed the UNICEF framework of education quality to find out the quality of education provided by the non-formal schools in Nairobi, Kenya. Background cont….. In Kenya basic Education is provided through formal and non-formal means. Non-formal mode of delivery targets children and out/


Replication and Expansion CFDA 84.282M, FY2012 United States Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement March 27, 2012 Washington, D.C.

of high-quality charter schools by applicants that currently operate or manage more than one high-quality charter school. U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement 27 Absolute Priority High-Quality Charter School A school that shows /achievement results for such students in the State. U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement 30 Absolute Priority High-Quality Charter School 4. No significant compliance issues, particularly in the areas of student safety/


The Commission for School Board Excellence.

administrative head of the system. Goodman, Richard H. and William G. Zimmerman. УThinking Differently: Recommendations for 21st Century School Board/Superintendent Leadership, Governance and Teamwork for High School Achievement.Ф Arlington, VA. Educational Research Service and New England School Development Council, 2000. AdvancED. УAccreditation Standards for Quality School Systems.Ф AdvancED, April 2007. The board maintains a close relationship of trust with the superintendent and strives/


Department of Education Government of NCT of Delhi.

MATTERS OF MORE THAN 6000 TEACHERS OF AIDED SCHOOLS 1. CORE FUNCTIONS AIDED SCHOOLS I LOGO 3rd party monitoring for quality: 4 samples every month taken by Shriram Lab (2 from kitchen + 2 from schools) for each 17 service providers THERE ARE 1284 PRIVATE UNAIDED SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED BY US GRANTING RECOGNITION/ UPGRADATION AS PER PROVISIONS OF DELHI SCHOOL EDUCATION ACT & RULES 1973. REGULATING ADMISSION CRITERIA. REIMBURSEMENT OF/


Teachers can’t teach what they don’t know Can school management address this? www.nicspaull.com/presentations SAOU Principals Conference | Port Elizabeth|

Economics. Research report for the PSPPD project for Presidency.Low quality education as a poverty trap Spaull, N. 2013. Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development. 33 (2013) pp. 436-447 (WP here)Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africahere Spaull, N. 2013. South Africa’s Education Crisis: The Quality of Education in South Africa 1995-2011. Centre for Development and/


Department of Basic Education ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN 2013/14 SELECT COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND RECREATION Cape Town 08 May 2013.

teacher and focusing on giving the necessary information and bursaries to interested youths To bring about a set of planning, management and accountability tools at the school level that cater for South African needs and make quality education more realisable To develop training strategies and materials aimed at parents that can bring parents more integrally into the new accountability mechanisms being established for/


Comprehensive Education Sector Review Phase (2) Report (Draft) Consultation Meeting for Development Partners CESR Office, Yangon 20 th May, 2014 1.

Planning and Training. However, the implementation is not effective due to insufficient staff. Recommendation To set up Teacher Education Council in order to give guidance in: upgrading the quality of teacher educators and basic education school teachers; formulating teacher competencies for both teacher educators and basic education school teachers; developing TE curriculum and supervising implementation; providing license; and networking with other organizations. 51 Management Finding During the/


An Overview of SA Schooling (and a closer look at KZN) www.NicSpaull.com/presentations KZN Principals Forum | Durban | 26 Feb 2015.

Economics. Research report for the PSPPD project for Presidency.Low quality education as a poverty trap Spaull, N. 2013. Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development. 33 (2013) pp. 436-447 (WP here)Poverty & Privilege: Primary School Inequality in South Africahere Spaull, N. 2013. South Africa’s Education Crisis: The Quality of Education in South Africa 1995-2011. Centre for Development and/


KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCTION KING SAUD UNIVERSITYCAMS HEALTH EDUCATION Final JohaliCHS485SCOOHE2015_2017 SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION.

learning  Define quality standards of school health education program  Define roles of school health educator, school nurse, teachers, school personnel, families and community in promoting school health.  Define roles of school health educator, school nurse, teachers, school personnel, families and community in promoting school health.  Define services provided by school health services.  Recognize aspects of healthy school environment, nutritional services, physical education, psycho-social services/


The State of Education in Gauteng Presentation by Mr Panyaza Lesufi (MPL) MEC for Education A presentation to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP)

to access, equity and redress Pillar 7: Social Cohesion Pillar 8: School functionality including community Involvement GOAL 4: Increase access to quality pre- and post-school educational opportunities Pillar 9: Skills Development Pillar 10: Access to quality Early Child Development (ECD) KEY EDUCATION STRATEGIES TO END OF TERM Quality Education – Grade 12 pass rate - SIPP; System-wide School Improvement (SWSIS); Teacher Development, LTSM Provision, Curriculum Coverage, Teaching Through e/


Making your school Languages Program work: models of provision for engaging students Andrew Ferguson (President, MLTAV)

to do just this. Most Languages teachers have worked for too long under circumstances that hinder the delivery of quality programs. ‘Quality’ Programs High quality programs must be properly resourced. Resources include adequate time with students. The Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) expects that schools provide Languages other than English (LOTE) from Prep to Year 10. According to the DEECD, a/


CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Title II, Part A Teacher and Principal Quality Credential.

Compliance demonstrated Yes No TOM TORLAKSON State Superintendent of Public Instruction NCLB Teacher Quality Compliance Paperwork TOM TORLAKSON State Superintendent of Public Instruction Certificate of Compliance New…Drop-Down Menu Should include teacher Statewide Educator Identifiers (SEID) Direct funded Charter Schools are the district and may sign the Certificate. Dependent Charter Schools must use the authorizing LEAs name and appropriate LEA personnel must sign/


Elementary Education Under Five Year Plans in India

additional classrooms would be about 6.87 lakh. Opening of about 20,000 new primary schools and up gradation of about 70,000 primary schools are required. Giving good quality education of common standards, pedagogy and syllabi to ensure minimum learning levels. www.schoolofeducators.com Targets in Elementary Education in the 11th Plan Universal enrolment of 6-14 age group children including hard to reach/


Quality Assurance of ICT in Education NAACE is the professional association for those who are concerned with advancing education through the appropriate.

Matrix online audit/review tool National Association of Advisors for Computers in Education A Quick Summary of the NAACEmark It is a quality assurance mark aimed at schools and provides a clear framework for the enhancement and development of their/and showing progression over the three years the award will be renewable with a minimum of effort. Quality Assurance of ICT in Education How does the school apply? Contact the SIS registered assessor Ian Raven – ian.raven@eastriding.gov.ukian.raven@eastriding.gov/


Ministry of National Education 1 Indonesia Reading Proficiency and Influencing Factors Jakarta, June 28-29, 2011 1.

,15%) (50,39%) (0,65%) National Policy for Completion of MSS Into ES and JHS National Policy for Completion of MSS Into ES and JHS THE IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICE QUALITY School Amount of Standardized School S1/D4 < S1/D4 Certified Not Yet Certified TREND % QUALIFIED TEACHER S1/4 TREND % CERTIFIED TEACHER Note: Target is already consider the passing in and passing out teacher/


CEFPI CONFERENCE 2008 Education Access & Provision Challenges and Opportunities for Education in Rural Schools.

a lack of access to professional development and resources. Inequities In Provision – Rural Education Disparities in achievement between rural and metropolitan students in science, ICT and mathematics. Rural schools face barriers to providing quality education, such as distances to major centres, problematic staffing and difficulties establishing and maintaining infrastructure. Rural education is interlinked with other aspects of rural communities, such as fluctuating populations, economic influences/


Reconsidering Readiness in Rhode Island: A New Look for A New Time Early Childhood: Collaborating for School Success February 9, 2007 Sharon Lynn Kagan,

standards Knowledgeable about certification, professional ethics, and well charted career paths Able to access high-quality education and training Entitled to scholarship, financial, and career supports Based in inspiring work environments that encourage/all children will enter school ready to learn The Successful Start Systems Initiative aims to: Streamline and coordinate a high-quality early childhood system, including parent education and family support, early care and education, medical homes, and/


Quality Education Investment Act of 2006 (QEIA) 1 Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) of 2006 County Superintendents Oversight and Technical Assistance.

documentation Non-CSIS districts: NCLB Teacher Summary Report (PAIF-12) CSIS districts: Total Certificated Staffing by School Report Quality Education Investment Act of 2006 (QEIA) 18 Highly Qualified Teacher Monitoring MUST DO Assign the score One-third/ Rating scale of 0-1-2 for each benchmark % progress overall determines action Separate tool for Alternative Application Schools Quality Education Investment Act of 2006 (QEIA) 42 QEIA Resources SAVE THE DATES: October 28 QEIA Webcast: County Superintendents/


Public-Private Partnership to Improve Access to and Quality of Secondary Education in Bangladesh Md. Ashraful Moqbul Additional Secretary Ministry of Education,

Public-Private Partnership to Improve Access to and Quality of Secondary Education in Bangladesh Md. Ashraful Moqbul Additional Secretary Ministry of Education, Bangladesh Conference on Quality Education for All October 2007, New Delhi The Secondary Education Scenario An interesting case of public-private partnership. 98% of provision of secondary education is private. Still, 95% school funds come from Government in the form of subvention. An interesting case of public/


Multi-grade Teaching: The Latin American Experience

, management and monitoring mechanism at the local level must be created 5 Advocacy, social mobilization, community participation and stimulation of demand for quality education must be promoted Multi-grade (the New School approach) A proposal to improve rural education. An agreement among Ministers of Education in LAC -Need to view the school as a fundamental unit of change. Effectiveness of improving policies is largely determined by/


A Single Accountability System New Jersey Districts and Schools

to Learn Mathematics and Science (Rand: 1990) Poor and minority students get more inexperienced* teachers Misassigned Teachers This illustration refers to the frequency of poverty school with teachers with less experience. Source: National Center for Education Statistics, “Monitoring Quality: An Indicators Report,” December 2000. *Teachers with 3 or fewer years of experience. “High” and “low” refer to top and bottom quartiles. Source: National/


STATE ACTION FOR EDUCATION LEADERSHIP PROJECT Jacquelyn O. Wilson, Ed.D. Project Director.

leadership policy? Is there a buzz about leadership? Is there a buzz about leadership? FOCUS OF THE WALLACE FOUNDATION EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Does the state have high-quality standards for school leaders? Does the state have high-quality standards for school leaders? Is there a valid way to assess the standards? Is there a valid way to assess the standards? Are/


Council for Education Policy, Research and Improvement

residing within its borders. Adequate provision shall be made by law for a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools that allows students to obtain a high quality education and for the establishment, maintenance, and operation of institutions of higher learning and other public education programs that the needs of the people may require. To assure that children attending public/


Review of Grant, Work Plan Updates, and Year One Budget Considerations

Needs Assessment, Wellesley will: Design two study models for identifying the needs of young children birth to age eight and assessing the “quality and availability of early childhood education and development programs and services for children from birth to school entry.” Review other states’ needs assessments that address children birth to age eight including the unique needs of multi-risk infants and toddlers/


1 ACCESSING EARLY EDUCATION AND CARE. Access: Who gets in? To what? For how long? To what end? 2.

an environment that supports early learning and provides a strong foundation for academic achievement… There is a particular focus on the contribution that higher-quality early care and education can make to narrowing the gap in measures of school readiness that emerge by kindergarten entry. 15 Zaslow, M., Anderson, R., Redd, Z., Wessel, J., Tarullo, L. and Burchinal, M. (2010). P 5. Q/


Quality Rating and Improvement System

to help them meet and maintain the standards. Programs receive feedback and are involved in continuous quality improvement. Parents have easily accessible information about the quality of early care and education programs. Policymakers understand where and how to invest additional resources. High-quality early education and care and out of school opportunities are available throughout the Commonwealth that demonstrate improved outcomes for children. keep The Massachusetts/


Board Engagement Session A1

role clarity (board, strategy group, network leaders, principals) to achieve educational vision Create an effective service organization to serve the educational organization Create a service economy that provides funding to schools and the educational leadership organization and let them purchase services Create small learning communities (small schools and networks) Strategically manage school quality across a portfolio of schools using a range of approaches Create a performance culture within/


December 12 BOE (v5 12/06/07) - 0 - School Portfolio Management 2007-2008 Intervention and Programmatic Adjustment Recommendations December 12, 2007.

is one of the largest and least addressed issues facing public education AdvancePath Academics creates innovative partnerships with districts and high schools to operate technology rich, in-school Academies that provide high quality education services to recover, educate, and graduate out-of-school youth and those at risk of not earning their high school diplomas For administrators and educators our model is low risk and potentially high reward Vision/


Android 11: Google Play for Education

What are you doing to promote these apps to educators? Google Play for Education is an extension of Google Play targeting schools and making discovery easier for educational apps. It helps your apps gain visibility with the right audiences, without having to knock on school doors. We are constantly referring to the highest quality apps in our educator outreach. We have also developed a series of collections/


Www.matamatacollege.school.nz. Principal: G Rowsell BA; Dip Ed; Dip Drama; Dip School Leadership I am very proud to be principal of Matamata College-

prides itself on the wonderful learning opportunities it offers students outside of the classroom. Kapa Haka Concert Band Music Tuition Rock Bands Stage Challenge Debating Mooting Shakespeare festival Wearable Art School Production Sport Quality education for all Athletics Badminton Basketball Cricket Golf Equestrian Hockey In-line Hockey Netball Skiing Shooting Squash Soccer Tennis Swimming Touch Rugby Volleyball Triathlon Cross Country Surfing Cycling NCEA/


Bromley Primary Schools’ Physical Education Meeting

Local Youth Organisations Faith & Secular Groups Grants: Maximising Your Funding Potential employing a specialist teacher or providing professional development for staff to lead after-school sports clubs for disabled pupils and those with special educational needs procuring quality-assured professional training for staff to raise their confidence and competence in teaching PE and sport paying staff or external sports coaches to run competitions/


SCHOOL WIDE IMPROVEMENT PLAN SCHOOL WIDE DISCIPLINE

as a Manager, Managing Self 9. Principal as a Builder, Building an Culture 10. Principal as a Builder, Building Community 4. QUALIFIED TEACHERS The quality school employs the best possible qualified, competent teachers to offer the best possible educational opportunities to the students. In order for children to learn at high levels, they must have continual access to highly effective, caring teachers who/


Education & Inequality

inequalities “Geography becomes critical when access to opportunities is distributed unevenly over space” (Yamauchi, 2011) Under apartheid limited movement for non-whites Positive correlation between school quality and school fees, quality education remains concentrated in formerly white, coloured and indian schools where the majority is non-African. Think of Stellenbosch, Khayamandi and Cloetesville – apartheid distinctions. Coloured children go to Rhytenbos, Black children go to Khayamandi high/


THE QUALITY IMPERATIVE

report defines education quality, shows why it matters and indicates how it can be improved, particularly in poorer countries Achieving this and the other goals will require both policy change and more resources from the international community The EFA Goals include the two Millennium Development Goals of achieving universal primary education and eliminating gender disparity in education 103.5 million out-of-school children in/


Getting A’s on the three F’s: The Educational and Fiscal Opportunities in Decentralization Lant Pritchett Varad Pande.

aligned is difficult Decentralization is Neither a Necessary nor Sufficient Condition for High Quality Education Correlation between Decentralization Indicators and Primary Education Outcomes Source: Analysis based on data from Governance and Service Delivery Indicators Dataset, Pippa Norris, Kennedy School of Government, (2004) No evidence of high correlation between decentralization and education outcomes in cross-country analysis The problem that a State Finance Commission Faces Assign/


Trends, Issues and Policies in Philippine Education System

areas of specialization; and (e) centralized system of academic supervision and management discourages innovations and initiatives at the school level. Weaknesses/Ailments of the Public School System According to EDCOM Report (Making Education Work, 1992), the quality of the Philippine education is continuously declining in terms of basic education failure to (i) teach the competence the average citizens need to become responsible, productive and self-fulfilling/


Global Trends in Adventist Education

remain firmly anchored in Christ, the Bible, and Adventist beliefs We should not remain nostalgic, insular or defensive As educational leaders, we must innovate and find the most effective ways of operating our schools Continue raising standards of quality in all programs Reach out to Adventist students in public institutions Boldly engage, critique, filter contemporary culture Prepare our students to live as Adventists/


Part 4 The Economics of Education

Allow families to choose beyond the what is assigned Bring elements of the free market into education Families can choose Competition between schools improves quality Problems with school choice Who are the choosers? Self selection: educated and wealthy families will exercise the choice Access to information Can afford to pay extra under a voucher Those left behind Choice based on proximity to residence or work/


Description of quality assurance in the Latvian vocational education Gunta Kinta Academic Information Centre www.aic.lv NCP-VET-CO project fourth meeting.

://www.aiknc.lv http://www.aiknc.lv Functions and tasks of the State Service for Education Quality Functions : To license education programmes (except leisure education, informal/non-formal education for adults and higher education programmes) To evaluate quality of vocational education (except professional higher education) Tasks : To arrange accreditation of examination centres, schools and programmes (except HEI and programmes) To ensure monitoring implementation of expert commission recommendations and/


Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

Final Report The Enterprise education Monograph Series Skills Portfolio Enterprise Education Quality Framework Enterprise Education Quality Framework Designed to enable students, teachers and school leaders to better understand, plan for, and participant in an explicit and purposeful process for assessment and reporting in enterprise education Enterprise Education Quality Framework The complete set comprises: Education Quality Framework: Reviewing Your School Education Quality Framework: Reviewing Your/


Strengthening careers education and IAG

year-old young people in full-time learning? Issues for careers education Careers education in Y7 & 8 Curriculum models for careers education “Inspectors found a wide variation in the delivery and quality of careers education – from a comprehensive programme cross-referenced to the Quality Standards, to more informal arrangements” (Ofsted, 2010) Careers education post-16, in school sixth forms, colleges and work-based training Links with personal finance/


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