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Title: Education Sector Strategic Plan


1
Education Sector Strategic Plan
  • 2006 - 2015

2
DOSE VISION STATEMENT
  • By 2015 universal access to relevant and high
    quality education has been achieved

3
DoSE Mission Statement
  • The Department of State for Education aims at
  • Providing access to relevant and high quality
    basic education for all
  • Providing high quality education services
  • Ensuring gender equity in education
  • Provision of relevant life skills
  • Promoting the principle of life long learning

4
Purpose of Education Strategy
  • To ensure that
  • By 2015 the department of state of education and
    its affiliated institutions are providing
    effective, efficient, relevant and high quality
    education services to its clients.

5
OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS
  • EFA objectives achieved
  • PRSP education objectives achieved

6
PROGRAMME AREAS
  • Basic Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Tertiary And Higher Education
  • Technical And Vocational Education And Training
  • Quality Assurance
  • Sector Management

7
BASIC EDUCATION
  • Early Childhood Development (Age 3-6)
  • Basic Education (Grade 1- 9)
  • Adult And Non-Formal Education

8
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
9
Purpose
  • To enhance enrolment and quality at the basic
    level
  • OVIs
  • The GER has increased by 50 or more
  • Increase by a minimum of 50 the number of
    schools with ECD centres attached

10
BASIC EDUCATION
11
Project Purpose
  • By 2015 universal access to relevant quality
    education has been achieved
  • OVIs
  • More than 80 of students achieve grade level
    competence in all subjects
  • More than 20 of students achieve mastery level
    competence in all subjects
  • NER 80
  • GER 100
  • Completion rate 100
  • Double shift classes 32
  • PTR 45 1
  • ECD GER Increased by 50
  • Increase by a min of 50 the number of LBS with
    ECD centres attached
  • Increase enrolment to ANFE by 50
  • Decrease adult illiteracy rate by 50

12
ADULT AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
13
PURPOSE
  • Increased access to relevant and high quality
    adult and non-formal education achieved
  • OVIs
  • Increase enrolment by 50,
  • Decrease adult illiteracy rate by 50 (now 63
    -baseline survey to verify the figure)

14
SECONDARY EDUCATION
15
PURPOSE
  • Improved access to relevant and quality secondary
    education
  • OVI
  • Achieve a completion rate of 95

16
TERTIARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION
17
Purpose
  • Improved access to relevant quality tertiary
    education.
  • OVIs
  • 10,000 additional Gambian teachers by 2015
  • Gender parity in enrolment and completion across
    all disciplines
  • Quality Observatory established
  • 15 contact-hours per week norm for lecturers at
    Gambia College
  • 30 of all tertiary institutions funds
    self-generated
  • 33.3 of student tuition fees (unit cost) to be
    borne by UTG students
  • Class-size norm of 25 at GC
  • 95 of GC students completing their programme on
    time
  • 90 UTG completing their programme on time
  • Certificate-, diploma- and degree-level
    programmes offered at tertiary institutions

18
Contd
  • UTG accrediting degree programmes offered at
    GTTI, MDI GC
  • Approved research policy fully integrated into
    tertiary education, including fully functional
    research units
  • All students using library and multimedia
    resources
  • Sets of approved standards
  • Sets of monitoring indicators
  • Periodic observatory reports available

19
TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
20
Purpose
  • Improved access to and quality of technical and
    vocational education and training
  • OVIs
  • Access at GTTI increased by 15
  • Number of skills development centers in rural
    areas increased (target of 2 centers)
  • System of Prior Learning accreditation approved
    and implemented
  • Functional Gambia National Vocational
    Qualification established
  • LMIS established
  • Mechanical engineering laboratories
    established
  • Approved syllabi established
  • At least 75 of the total expected levy is
    collected

21
QUALITY
22
Purpose
  • Improved learning outcomes
  • OVIs
  • 80 of students (grade 1-12) at grade level
    competence and 20 at mastery level
  • Standardized timely reports
  • Frequency of meetings of the quality assurance
    committee
  • Validated and approved curriculum report
  • Validated approved examinations questions
  • Monitoring framework covering all levels
  • 90 of schools with an operational PPM

23
  • OVIs
  • PPM reports from schools
  • Approved validated teaching learning materials
  • Usage (100) of relevant and validated textbooks
  • 25 of supplementary materials used in schools
    written by Gambian authors
  • Gender parity in the distribution of teachers
  • school managers trained and certified in
    management
  • Full staff complement for each school
  • Validated approved school management manual

24
SECTOR MANAGEMENT
25
Purpose
  • Effective and efficient delivery of education
    services achieved
  • OVIs
  • More than 95 of the sectoral objectives achieved
    in time within resources
  • Functional organogram aligned to objectives
  • Budgetary transfers to LGAs (following the
    decentralization of school management to LGAs)
  • HR policy approved
  • Less than 5 staff attrition
  • Clear accountability matrix
  • Performance management system approved and
    implemented
  • More than 95 delivery against service level
    agreements (SLA) (individual teams)

26
Contd
  • Approved management system
  • Updated assets register developed and maintained
  • All resources accounted for within given time
    lines using prescribed procedures
  • timely publication of data with 95 accuracy
  • Approved communication strategy
  • Operational internet and intranet system
  • Document transit time reduced to 24 hrs maximum
    within Region 1 headquarters
  • Document transit time for hard copies within one
    week for other regions
  • SMT CCM held monthly and quarterly
    respectively
  • Quarterly monitoring visits by HQ directorates
  • Weekly school visits by regional directorates
    (support visits)
  • Reduction of gender disparity in teacher
    recruitment, promotion and distribution by 50
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