Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Punjab School Education Sector Plan(PSESP)

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "Punjab School Education Sector Plan(PSESP)"— Presentation transcript:

1 Punjab School Education Sector Plan(PSESP)
Program Monitoring & Implementation Unit (PMIU)

2 Structure of the Sector Plan
Time Frame – 5 years Strategic Objectives Strategies & Estimated Cost Monitoring Indicators Oversight Mechanism Review Process

3 Strategic Framework for PSESP
PSESP development has been guided by the: National Education Policy 2009 Millennium Development Goals Punjab Education Sector Reforms Programme Article 25-A (18th Constitutional Amendment) “Chief Minister’s School Reforms Road Map” (Govt. of Punjab year 2011) …and focusing on: Differing roles of various service delivery modes-public: private etc. Balancing quality, relevance, access, equity and governance

4 Challenge of Article 25A Access (NFE) Quality ECE ≈100 Indicator
Current Target NER Primary 70 ≈100 NER Middle 37 NER Secondary 25 Survival Rate Primary 57 Survival Rate Middle 86 Survival Rate Secondary 59 Transition Rate Katchi to Primary 62 Transition Rate Primary to Middle 91 Transition Rate Middle to Secondary 106 Equity Access (NFE) Quality ECE Source: EMIS 2011and PSLM 2011

5 Structure of the Education Sector
Public Sector Private Sector Public Private Partnership Madrassas Non Formal Education

6 Findings of Situation Analysis
Input- focused interventions Strengths Reform Environment Pioneering province to shift policy focus towards “Quality” Educational Indicators better than other provinces First province to start rationalization of staff and schools Challenges Absence of Quality Standards Fulfilling the requirements of the 18th Amendment Governance Issues Cross-cutting Issues: High Political Will Information and research deficit Shortage of specialists and experts Weak coordination between implementers Punjab School Education Sector

7 Challenges of Sub-Sectors
Public Sector Public Private Partnership Private Sector Key Factor to Consider Excess Capacity in schools Relatively better quality Lower unit costs Relatively better quality Key Weaknesses Weak Quality Low Efficiency High Unit Costs Unregulated Unclear outcomes Limited capacity to scale up Regulation of the Sector Primary Strategic Approach Quality Governance & Mgmt Build Scale up Capacity

8 Structural Framework of PSESP
Inputs Curriculum Textbooks Teacher qualifications Infrastructure Environment Process Enrolment Teaching Learning Assessment Management Participation Output/Result Test scores SLOs Completion rate Pass rate

9 Cross-cutting Themes Minimum Standards (Inputs, Processes, Outputs)
Capacity Development Coordination Awareness

10 Strategic Objectives Quality
Standards for all education inputs, process, outputs Capacity development for Curriculum Implementation Framework Aligning Pre-service and In-service Teacher Education based on the Punjab Teacher Education Strategy Capacity development to prepare and disseminate high quality textbooks Enhance expertise in assessment and evaluation Development of physical and social environment in schools

11 Access with Equity & Relevance
Establish Early Childhood Programs Preparing a school language policy Provision of stipends/incentives (minimizing costs of education for the poorest) Mobilizing School Councils and community participation Develop formal linkages between NFE and regular schools Develop linkages between general education and TVE Develop and implement policy on Disaster Risk Reduction Focus on Inclusive education through Child-friendly schools

12 Governance & Management of Public Education Sector
Merit based HRM-Recruitment, Performance Appraisal and Promotions, Retention of Quality Managers Development of capacity to improve managerial efficiency at the provincial and district level Data-based decision-making and increasing scope of EMIS Developing oversight mechanism for sector plan implementation and improve monitoring and evaluation processes Gender-sensitized management Utilize PEF’s capacity to achieve targets of Article 25-A School-based budgeting Integrate private sector into government’s policy framework Effective community involvement

13 Implementation Strategies
Implementation Framework Oversight Mechanism Decentralisation Dissemination PMIU as Secretariat Monitoring Performance Assessment Framework Implementation level indicators Stakeholders Involvement Strategies based on analysis

14 Way Forward PSESP Dissemination (district level)
Steering Structure (committee) for effective implementation PSESP (SED Level) – to be notified Notification of Thematic Working Groups (Quality, Access & Governance) Development and Alignment of Annual Development Plans of attached departments with PSESP Capacity Development Strategy Resource Mobilization Plan & Donors/Partners Coordination Performance Assessment Framework (mechanism)

15 Costing

16 Costing Estimates of Out of School population based on:
Population Projections of National Institute of Population Studies (NIPS) NER trend from PSLMs Ratios: Classroom 1:50; Teachers 1:50, 3:50 and 4:50 for primary, middle and secondary Use of official Unit costs Estimates for public sector and PPP approach Costing of the 5 year plan is an estimate Financing component will be reviewed on an ongoing basis It is a cyclical process- a few additional costs will emerge from implementation itself

17 Costing Strategies Utilise excess capacity available in public sector
Balanced division between PPP and Public sector Separate approach for costing of quality and governance strategies Infrastructure expansion only for quality related issues: Increase number of 5 room primary schools Introduction and expansion of pre-primary ECE

18 Non Scale Costs Quality Relevance Access Governance
Improved Managerial Efficiency Monitoring and Evaluation

19 Estimated Additional Costing for Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components Recurrent Cost (in Rs. Million) Year Est. Routine Budget bn bn bn bn bn Teacher Salary PEC (additional assessment cost) 624.71 695.79 920.02 942.55 975.69 Textbooks (additional enrollment) 102.92 210.31 193.24 124.65 130.21 Teachers’ Training (new teachers) 407.3 949.07 986.94 641.15 618.19

20 Estimated Additional Costing for Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components Development Cost (in Rs. Million) Year New Schools/ Up gradation 0.00 8,500.00 14,535.00 9,690.00 Additional Classroom 1,767.82 1,824.92 Quality (Develop Standards, Assessment Tools/Reforms, Teacher Learning Development) 1,179.47 1,105.62 Relevance (Tracer Study, Review of Curriculum Syllabus, Linkages b/w HE and SE & TVET) 32.88 5,63

21 Estimated Additional Costing for Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components Development Cost (in Rs. Million) Year Governance (HRM, Performance Appraisal System, Recruitment Process, Capacity Development Plan - CD) 63.25 1.50 0.00 Improved Management (Recruitment Policy, CD plan developed, Training Needs Assessment tools) 23.50 Monitoring & Evaluation (Performance Assessment Framework, Existing Capacity Assessment) 48.00 Total Budget in Billions 22.30 37.481 48.722 55.963 59.923

22 Thank You

Download ppt "Punjab School Education Sector Plan(PSESP)"

Similar presentations

Ads by Google