Presentation on theme: "Finance in Education Department of External Finance Ministry of Finance."— Presentation transcript:
Finance in Education Department of External Finance Ministry of Finance
Issues Perspectives on the development of education and training Finance in education New methods to attract donors in education
Perspectives on Education According to CPRGS, the aims are to build more equal and higher quality education for all: -Renovated educational objectives, curricula and content in the direction of standardization and being closer to the regional levels; teaching staff development; renovated education management and facilitated school autonomy and ownership -Encouraged socialization in education development -Focused equity and facilitated access by the disadvantaged to education, especially at basic level -Increased financing for education, and mobilization of resources from public, private and external sectors
Financial Objectives in Education Development Share of State spending on education reached 6% of GDP in 2005 and will be 7% of GDP by 2010 Share of education spending out of total State budget spending reached 18% in 2005 and will be 20% by 2010 Focused investment into general education and education for ethnic minority and disadvantaged areas; ensured learning opportunities for children from low-income families.
Implementation Progress Targets20012002200320042005 GDP (billion VND)484,000539,000611,000700,000825,000 Total State budget spending (billion VND) 129,773147,309167,720186,670220,000 State budget spending on education 17,62821,59026,81034,42141,600 Share of education and training spending out of GDP (%) 3.013.674.384.95.04 Share of education and training spending out of total State budget spending 15.515.616.217.118
Implementation Progress (Cont.) In 2006: The approved State budget spending on education and training is 18.6% (equivalent to approximately 5.21%/GDP). In 2007: According to the Instruction No.19 issued by the Prime Minister on the estimated budget for 2007, it must be ensured that the State budget spending on education and training will reach 20% of total budget. The above percentage will be maintained until 2010.
Structure of State Budget Spending on Education Recurrent expenditure: 77% Investment expenditure: 17% National Targeted Programs: 6% From Central budget: 27% From local budget: 63%
Division of Expenditure Responsibilities Central budget: -Training (colleges, universities) -National Targeted Programs Local budget: - General education
New Policies on Finance It is planned to increase the ownership of non- administrative units in education sector with a view to increasing the service quality Decree No. 43/2006/ND-CP dated 25 April 2006 on the ownership and accountability of public non-administrative units in relation to organization structure, staffing and finance Decree No.130/2005/ND-CP dated 17 October 2005 on the assigned autonomy of State administrative units in relation to staffing and administration expenditures
New Policies on Finance Encouraged investment and mobilization of resources from all socio-economic components for the development of education and training. Encouraged establishment of non-public education, training and vocational training institutions; training cooperation and linkages with high quality foreign institution; establishment of high quality training institutions with 100% of foreign capital. Renovated tuition fee structure in the direction of ensured compensation of recurrent expenditures and accumulated expenditures for investment and development.
Management of ODA Capital for Education and Training Improved management and efficient use of ODA capital for education and training Gradual shift from project-based funding to budget support through the national targeted programs for education and training E.g: The Targeted Budget Support (TBS) Program for Education