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Title: Planning in Education (Enrollment Projection


1
Planning in Education (Enrollment Projection
Resources Mobilization)
  • EDM6212 Planning Finance in Education
  • Faculty of Education, CUHK
  • Y.P. Chung
  • 2004

2
Planning Policy-making in Education
  • Two major questions to ask
  • Desirable? (Why?)
  • Efficiency productivity concerns
  • Equity distribution concerns
  • Participation, socialization social cohesion
    concerns
  • Feasible sustainable?
  • Enrollment projection
  • Resources mobilization

3
Enrollment Projection
  • E.g. Development of compulsory education
  • Social demand schedule of development
  • Coverage
  • Gender Age
  • Enrollment projection
  • Population structure
  • Stock flow model

4
Stock Flow Model
5
Enrollment Projection 1
6
Enrollment Projection 2
7
Variables Parameters
  • Stock
  • Population by age gender
  • Stationary number at a specific time point
  • Flow
  • Changes over time in- out-flows
  • Parameters affecting changes
  • Natural e.g. mortality rate
  • Policy - e.g. compulsory education law
  • Areas of research

8
Some Technical Information
  • Planning-tables electronic spread-sheet
  • Space research spin-off
  • Cell definition content
  • Row and column
  • Data (number)
  • Formula
  • Cell reference in formula
  • Variable row and/or column
  • Fixed reference
  • Automatic calculation re-calculations

9
Projection of primary enrollment
  • Spread-sheet 1
  • Retention rate estimation
  • Spread-sheet 3
  • Enrollment projection
  • Spread-sheet 2
  • Internal efficiency of student flow
  • Spread-sheet 4
  • Resources estimation teacher requirement

10
UNESCO Basic Education Model
11
Teacher Requirement S-F 1
12
Teacher Requirement S-F 2
13
The Planning Policy Variables in Teacher
Planning
  • Planning Variables
  • Social demand the population structure
  • Development trend projection the basic model
  • Given existing policy parameters
  • Stock flow model
  • Uncertainty robust test
  • Effects of New Policies
  • Policy with direct effects simple projection
    from basic model
  • Policy with indirect effects policy research

14
Teacher Demand Model
15
Teacher Demand Two sources
16
Teacher Demand New demand
17
Teacher Demand Replacement demand
18
A1 New Demand for Teachers
  • A2 Student enrollemnt
  • A3 Curriculum arrangement e.g.
  • Class-meetings per week
  • Teacher-load for different subject
  • A4 Teacher-Student ratio

19
Student Enrollment
  • A5 Enrollment ratio
  • A7 Legislation on compulsory educ
  • Education for production
  • Education for social integration
  • A8 Social demand
  • Education as human capital
  • Education as social capital
  • Education as positional goods

20
A6 School-age Population
  • A9 Population structure
  • Production age
  • A10 Fertility rate Mortality rate
  • Family planning female education
  • Health, community hygiene medicine
  • War epidemic outbreak
  • A11 Net immigration
  • Level of development
  • Immigration law

21
B1 Replacement Demand
  • B2 Age structure of the existing teaches
  • B3 Leaving rate of teachers
  • B4 Salary schedule
  • International comparison
  • Comparison with other careers
  • Rate of growth maximum
  • B5 Working conditions
  • EC-Report 5

22
Teacher Continuous Professional Development
  • Leaving rate
  • Testing screening
  • Norm- or Criterion-referenced
  • Heavy burden (teacher work-load)
  • Retention rate
  • Improvement of competency
  • Career growth
  • The professionalization of teachers

23
Planning Policy-making in Education
  • Two major questions to ask
  • Desirable? (Why?)
  • Efficiency productivity concerns
  • Equity distribution concerns
  • Participation, socialization social cohesion
    concerns
  • Feasible sustainable?
  • Enrollment projection
  • Resources mobilization
  • Who should pay? how much?
  • Stakeholders
  • Cost/Benefit analysis
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