Punjab School Education Sector Plan (PSESP)

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Punjab School Education Sector
Plan(PSESP)
Program Monitoring & Implementation Unit
(PMIU)
Structure of the Sector Plan
Time Frame – 5 years
Strategic Objectives
Strategies & Estimated Cost
Monitoring Indicators
Oversight Mechanism
Review Process
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
Current
Target
NER Primary
70
≈100
NER Middle
37
≈100
NER Secondary
25
≈100
Survival Rate Primary
57
≈100
Survival Rate Middle
86
≈100
Survival Rate Secondary
59
≈100
Transition Rate Katchi to
Primary
62
≈100
Transition Rate Primary
to Middle
91
≈100
Transition Rate Middle
to Secondary
106
≈100
Access (NFE)
Quality
Equity
Indicator
ECE
Source: EMIS 2011and PSLM 2011
Structure of the Education Sector
Public
Sector
Private
Sector
Non Formal
Education
Public
Private
Partnership
Madrassas
Findings of Situation Analysis
Strengths
Challenges
Inputfocused
interventions
High Political Will
Reform
Environment
Cross-cutting
Issues:
Educational
Indicators better
than other provinces
Governance
Issues
Pioneering province
to shift policy focus
towards “Quality”
Fulfilling the
requirements of the
18th Amendment
First province to
start rationalization
of staff and schools
Absence of Quality
Standards
Punjab School Education Sector
Information
and research
deficit
Shortage of
specialists
and experts
Weak
coordination
between
implementers
Challenges of Sub-Sectors
Public
Sector
Key Factor to
Consider
Excess Capacity
in schools
Key Weaknesses
Weak Quality
Low Efficiency
High Unit Costs
Primary Strategic
Approach
Quality
Governance &
Mgmt
Public
Private
Partnership
Relatively better
quality
Lower unit costs
Limited capacity
to scale up
Build Scale up
Capacity
Private
Sector
Relatively better
quality
Unregulated
Unclear
outcomes
Regulation of the
Sector
Structural Framework of PSESP
Inputs
• Curriculum
• Textbooks
• Teacher
qualifications
• Infrastructure
• Environment
Process
• Enrolment
• Teaching
• Learning
• Assessment
• Management
• Participation
Output/Re
sult
• Test scores
• SLOs
• Completion
rate
• Pass rate
Cross-cutting Themes
Minimum Standards (Inputs, Processes,
Outputs)
Capacity Development
Coordination
Awareness
Strategic Objectives
Quality
1. Standards for all education inputs, process, outputs
2. Capacity development for Curriculum Implementation
Framework
3. Aligning Pre-service and In-service Teacher Education
based on the Punjab Teacher Education Strategy
4. Capacity development to prepare and disseminate
high quality textbooks
5. Enhance expertise in assessment and evaluation
6. Development of physical and social environment in
schools
Access with Equity & Relevance
1. Establish Early Childhood Programs
2. Preparing a school language policy
3. Provision of stipends/incentives (minimizing costs of
education for the poorest)
4. Mobilizing School Councils and community participation
5. Develop formal linkages between NFE and regular schools
6. Develop linkages between general education and TVE
7. Develop and implement policy on Disaster Risk Reduction
8. Focus on Inclusive education through Child-friendly
schools
Governance & Management of Public
Education Sector
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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
Implementation Strategies
Implementation
Framework
•
•
•
•
Oversight Mechanism
Decentralisation
Dissemination
PMIU as Secretariat
Monitoring
• Performance Assessment
Framework
• Implementation level
indicators
Stakeholders
Involvement
• Strategies based
on analysis
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)
Costing
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
Costing Strategies
Utilise excess
capacity available
in public sector
Separate approach
for costing of
quality and
governance
strategies
Balanced division
between PPP and
Public sector
Infrastructure
expansion only for
quality related
issues:
• Increase number of 5 room
primary schools
• Introduction and expansion
of pre-primary ECE
Non Scale Costs
•
•
•
•
•
•
Quality
Relevance
Access
Governance
Improved Managerial Efficiency
Monitoring and Evaluation
Estimated Additional Costing for
Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components
Recurrent Cost
(in Rs. Million)
Year
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
Est. Routine Budget 205.15 bn
245.07 bn
308.06 bn
393.01 bn
496.22 bn
Teacher Salary
18020.34
24187.75
30262.18
37894.42
46683.80
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
Estimated Additional Costing for
Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components Development
Cost
2013-14
(in Rs. Million)
Year
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
New Schools/ Up
gradation
0.00
8,500.00
14,535.00
14,535.00 9,690.00
Additional Classroom
1,767.82
1,824.92
1,824.92
1,824.92
1,824.92
Quality (Develop
Standards, Assessment
Tools/Reforms, Teacher
Learning Development)
1,179.47
1,105.62
0.00
0.00
0.00
Relevance (Tracer Study,
Review of Curriculum
Syllabus, Linkages b/w HE
and SE & TVET)
32.88
5,63
0.00
0.00
0.00
Estimated Additional Costing for
Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components Development
Cost
(in Rs. Million)
Year
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
Governance (HRM,
Performance Appraisal
System, Recruitment
Process, Capacity
Development Plan - CD)
63.25
1.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
Improved Management
(Recruitment Policy, CD
plan developed, Training
Needs Assessment tools)
23.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Monitoring & Evaluation
(Performance Assessment
Framework, Existing
Capacity Assessment)
48.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Total Budget in Billions
22.30
37.481
48.722
55.963
59.923
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