System Assessment and Benchmarking for Education Results

Report
System Assessment and Benchmarking for
Education Results (SABER) Policy Domains
System-wide Quality Assurance
Learning Standards
Learning Assessments
Information Management
Financing
Equity and Inclusion
Teachers
ICT
Governance
Governance
and
and
Institutions
Institutions
Resources
Low-income Countries
Middle-income Countries
OECD Countries
Fragile and Conflict-Afflicted
Countries
Learning
for all
Service Delivery
Sub-Systems
Early Childhood Development
Primary & Secondary Schooling
Tertiary Education
School Health
Workforce Development
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SABER- ECD Analytical Framework
Establishing an
Enabling Environment
Implementing
Widely
Monitoring and
Assuring Quality
Policy Levers
 Legal Framework
 Intersectoral Coordination
 Finance
 Coverage
 Equity
 Area of Focus
Outcome
Effective ECD policies
Policy Goals
All children have
the opportunity
to reach their full
potential
 ECD Information
 Quality Standards
 Compliance with
Standards
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SABER- ECD Process at the Country Level
1. Stocktake
• Engage stakeholders
in all relevant sectors
• Use instruments with
a multi-sectoral focus
2. Analyze
3. Identify
Options
• Use Program Typology
to classify ECD
programs
• Identify countryspecific policy options
to strengthen ECD
• Use Rubric to classify
ECD policies
• Informed by
international
comparisons
• Take stock of:
• major ECD programs
• ECD policies
• International
benchmarking
Total time per country = 8-10 weeks
• Produce Country
Report and
Presentation
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Summary of ECD programs in Tanzania
National Program
for Most
Vulnerable
Children
Preschools
Complexity of institutional arrangements
Coordinated
interventions across
multiple sectors
PMTCT &
Pediatric AIDS
Care & Treatment
Programs for
children with
special needs
National Programs
for Anemia, iodine
deficiency,
Vitamin A
deficiency
National Programs
for maternal and
child nutrition
National Program
for Care &
Support of People
Living with HIV
Newborn and
Child Health
Program
Immunization and
Vaccine
Development
Sectoral
MultiSectoral
Comprehensive
Example: Chile
Crece Contigo
Example:
Cash transfers
Cash
transfers
CrossSectoral
Example: School
feeding
Focus Areas- Mechanisms
Single sector
Specific sector w/inputs
from other sector
Multiple sectors, specific
programs for targeted or
universal populations
Comprehensive regular
monitoring. Some universal
services, with tailored
interventions
International Comparisons
Level of Development
ECD Policy Goal Policy Lever
Establishing an
Enabling
Environment
Tanzania
Kenya
Chile
Ethiopia
Sweden
Turkey
Uzbekistan
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Coordination
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Financing
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Coverage
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Equity
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Quality Standards
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Compliance with
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Legend:
Latent Emerging Established Advanced
SABER- ECD Implementation in Africa
Country analysis planned in at least
30 countries:
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Legend:
Data collected
Data collection launching soon
Angola
Benin
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cameroon
Cote D’Ivoire
Eritrea
Democratic
Republic of
Congo
Ethiopia
Gambia
Ghana
Kenya
Lesotho
Liberia
Madagascar
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Malawi
Mali
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mozambique
Namibia
Nigeria
Rwanda
Senegal
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
South Africa
Tanzania
Togo
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Data collection planned

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