Education Collaboration Framework to support the
implementation of the National Development Plan
and the Education Sector ...
Education Collaboration Framework
Partnership initiative: Government + business + social
partners
Aims at increasing coope...
The collaboration model underpinning the
framework
COLLABORATION MODEL
The ECF focuses on six thematic areas
Conceptualareas
(SixECFthemes)
Theme 1: Professionalisation of the teaching service
...
Vision-programme map
District Development:
33% of the districts (4.1.)
Systemic Intervention
Programme (4.2)
Innovation Pr...
Programmes and themes
Five Programmatic Areas
District
Intervention
Systemic
Intervention
Innovation
Programme
Local Proje...
Target Districts
District Intervention programme Framework
CORE PROGRAMME
PRIMARY SCHOOLS
 Mathematics
 Language- EFAL
 Reading Programm...
Beneficiaries
Name of District Number of Schools Number of Learners Number of Teachers
BOHLABELA (NW) 401 205 087 6 987
BO...
Targeting for the district intervention
8 DISTRICTS
4362 schools (18%)
Fresh Start Schools
[260 to 320] – (>14%)
5 Provinc...
Talent mobilisation and compact building process
(District- intervention)
Stakeholder
meeting
Call for
proposals
District
...
The NECT as a catalyst for intergovernmental
collaboration
• Renovation of schools through the Department Rural Developmen...
Governance and Key stakeholder forums
NECT Governance Levels Education Systems Level
Patrons
Cyril Ramaphosa, Bobby Godsel...
To spray paint or break the mould?
the case of district capacity requirements: subject advisors
• Acceptance of status quo...
What will bring about change in the South
African education system?
• Anglo’s [R100m] school project ‘barely help’
– True?...
Will the NECT crowd out NGO/CSI activities?
Nature of Company
NECT
Contribution
CSI Contributions
%
Production R 797 198 R...
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  1. 1. Education Collaboration Framework to support the implementation of the National Development Plan and the Education Sector plan June 2014
  2. 2. Education Collaboration Framework Partnership initiative: Government + business + social partners Aims at increasing cooperation among the stakeholders Envisaged outcomes: view to improved educational outcomes • The ECF presents – – A collaboration model which outlines the roles and responsibilities of the various stakeholders; – Guidelines for educational programmes supported by social partners and funded in the main by the corporate sector and government; – NECT as the implementation vehicle; – Specific priority intervention programmes that can be implemented as part of the collaboration under the auspices of the Trust;
  3. 3. The collaboration model underpinning the framework COLLABORATION MODEL
  4. 4. The ECF focuses on six thematic areas Conceptualareas (SixECFthemes) Theme 1: Professionalisation of the teaching service Theme 2: Courageous and effective leadership Theme 3: Improving the capacity of the state to deliver quality education Theme 4: Increased resourcing Theme 5: Community and parent involvement Theme 6: Improved learner welfare
  5. 5. Vision-programme map District Development: 33% of the districts (4.1.) Systemic Intervention Programme (4.2) Innovation Programme (4.3.) Local Projects (4.4) Education Dialogues (4.5) Tangible improvements in maths, physical science and language. At least two key sub- systems of the education system reengineered and perform as well as the NSC exam system in the next 10 years At least three innovation programmes (of national importance) piloted, trailed out and mainstreamed in the next 10 years. Tools and guidelines developed and advocated among CSI units and schools with the aim of increasing the value of investments. Educational experts engage in effective dialogues with the aim of informing the education reform agenda and sustaining the implementation impetus of the NECT and the NDP. Indicators of success Indicators of success Indicators of success Indicators of success Indicators of success Vision (1) More than 90% of learners achieve more than 50% of curriculum expectations in maths, physical science and language. Mission (2) Increasing cooperation among the stakeholders involved in education improvement with a view to influencing and supporting the implementation of the education chapter of the NDP, thereby improving educational outcomes in South Africa. Strategic Objectives (3) 1. Increased focus on priority areas; 2. Stronger integration between non- governmental and government interventions 3. Increased efficiencies of interventions; 4. Establishment of key conditions for success; 5. Creation of avenues for mainstreaming lessons from government-social partner interventions. Programme foci (4)
  6. 6. Programmes and themes Five Programmatic Areas District Intervention Systemic Intervention Innovation Programme Local Projects Education Dialogue Conceptualareas (SixECFthemes) Professionalisation of teaching Courageous leadership Improving the capacity of the state Resourcing Community and parent involvement Learner Welfare
  7. 7. Target Districts
  8. 8. District Intervention programme Framework CORE PROGRAMME PRIMARY SCHOOLS  Mathematics  Language- EFAL  Reading Programme (HL & EFAL) HIGH SCHOOLS  Mathematics  Language – EFAL  Physical Science FRESH-START SCHOOLS [ 6-14%]  Urgent and focused attention Examples of inputs  Management  Parent and community involvement  Monitoring  Training  Resourcing – LTSM, teachers, labs & libraries  District resourcing, programme & PDP SECONDARY PROGRAMME (in line with themes) 1. Professionalisation of teaching 2. Courageous and Effective leadership 3. Improving the capacity of the state to deliver: 4. Resources: Broad resource upgrading strategy/ School Infrastructure programme/ providing substitute educators 5. Community and Parent Involvement 6. Learner welfare: School sports
  9. 9. Beneficiaries Name of District Number of Schools Number of Learners Number of Teachers BOHLABELA (NW) 401 205 087 6 987 BOJANALA (NW) 587 269 597 9 172 PINETOWN (KZN) 540 358 084 12 474 UTHUNGULU (KZN) 675 300 069 9 999 VHEMBE (LP) 1 017 431 618 14 542 WATERBERG (LP) 465 174 791 5 856 Libode (EC) 425 174 779 5 072 Mount Frere (EC) 252 69 402 2 486 Grand Total 4 362 1 983 427 66 588 National 24 282 11 932 681 392 672 Percentage 18 % 17 % 17 %
  10. 10. Targeting for the district intervention 8 DISTRICTS 4362 schools (18%) Fresh Start Schools [260 to 320] – (>14%) 5 Provinces [LP, EC,KZN,NW, MP]
  11. 11. Talent mobilisation and compact building process (District- intervention) Stakeholder meeting Call for proposals District Steering Committee Review of proposals Engagement of lead agency Inception Profiling 3-years Implementation/ Monitoring and Evaluation - District, provincial & national officials - Traditional leaders, religious leaders, churches, business and youth - Two rounds - Meant to sub-contract best local NGOs/ retired people for 50% or more of the budgets • Detailed planning • More detailed baselines • Quick wins programme • Nov 13 – June 14 - Multi-stakeholder structure - Chaired by 2 independents
  12. 12. The NECT as a catalyst for intergovernmental collaboration • Renovation of schools through the Department Rural Development and Land Affairs involving youth – targets 50 schools in 2014. • Building of foot bridges into schools by DPW, DoD and DBSA. • Provision of additional Psycho- social support in EC and KZN schools– supported by ETDPSeta ( involves 235 youth and experts). • Provision of a 1000 Admin Support Interns in EC and KZN schools. • Provision of additional desks by DoL, DEA and DCS- in excess of 54 000 desks delivered since July 2014. • Over 1563 people including community members, interns, change agents and service providers are already doing work in the eight districts.
  13. 13. Governance and Key stakeholder forums NECT Governance Levels Education Systems Level Patrons Cyril Ramaphosa, Bobby Godsell, PhuzileMlambo- Ngcuka, Jame Motlatsi Presidency, Cabinet and civil society organisations Trustees Sizwe Nxasana, Minister Motshekga, Acting DG, Mark Lamberti, Futhi Mtoba, Brian Figaji, Nkosana Dolopi *and Basil Manuel* National Active joint plans between DBE and sister departments: Narysec, ETDPSeta, Defence, Correctional services Dialogue SA 42 Multi-stakeholder group that meets 3 times a year that advocates for change Provincial 5 provincial departments Executive Godwin Khosa and key staff District 8 districts District Steering Committees x 8 12-16 Local multi-stakeholder group that oversees district interventions and advocate for change 4362 Schools 261 FSSP
  14. 14. To spray paint or break the mould? the case of district capacity requirements: subject advisors • Acceptance of status quo • Maintenance v/s improvement • District need basic resources first: Transport, communication, sound programmes District Ratio of Subject Advisors to Schools Maths FET Science FET EFAL FET Maths GET EFAL GET FP Maths FP Languages Vhembe (L) 1:95 1:141 1:32 1:182 1:104 1:181 1:181 Mogalakwena (L) 1:50 1:31 1:20 1:164 1:164 1:83 1:83 Waterberg 1 (L) 1:17 1:48 1:26 1:180 1:90 1:65 1:129 Libode (EC) 1:42 1:42 1:42 1:251 1:251 1:251 1:129 Mt Frere (EC) 0 1:24 1:24 1:220 1:220 1:230 0 uThungulu (KZN) 1:101 1:203 1:101 1:334 1:223 1:244 1:244 Bojanala (NW) - - - - - - - Bohlabela (M) 1:101 1:203 1:101 1:334 1:223 1:244 1:244
  15. 15. What will bring about change in the South African education system? • Anglo’s [R100m] school project ‘barely help’ – True? Why? and what next? • Focused, coherent, in-depth and relentless collaborative efforts aimed at making improvements in the six themes of the Education Collaboration Framework Key ingredients for success • Fixing the system and driving improvement • Effective programming and sufficient resourcing • Mix of both technocratic and non-technocratic interventions • Authority to implement
  16. 16. Will the NECT crowd out NGO/CSI activities? Nature of Company NECT Contribution CSI Contributions % Production R 797 198 R 18 000 000 4,4 Financial R 1 451 020 R 30 000 000 4,8 Financial R 7 105 780 R 125 000 000 5,7 Financial R 6 912 680 R 85 000 000 8,1 Financial R 4 573 479 R 915 000 000 0,5 Financial R 3 818 460 R 111 000 000 3,4 ICT R 1 000 000 17000000 5,9 ICT R 13 501 312 R 193 000 000 7,0 ICT R 6 777 437 R 83 000 000 8,2 Insurance R 5 451 466 R 100 000 000 5,5 Insurance R 3 601 660 R 64 000 000 5,6 Manufacturing R 500 000 R 10 000 000 5,0 Manufacturing R 11 380 379 R 600 000 000 1,9 Mining R 23 259 073 R 300 000 000 7,8 Mining R 10 000 000 R 230 000 000 4,3 Mining R 15 519 576 R 58 000 000 26,8 Mining R 2 866 233 R 102 000 000 2,8 Production R 31 386 000 R 60 000 000 52,31 Sales R 806 771 R 16 900 000 4,8 Tourism R 1 000 000 R 53 000 000 1,9 TOTAL R151 708 524 R3 170 900 000 8%
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