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Presentation given by Dr Anjalee Prakash, CEO, Learning Links Foundation on July 14,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT (www.worldeducationsummit.net) in the School Education Track: CREATING EXCELLENCE IN …

Presentation given by Dr Anjalee Prakash, CEO, Learning Links Foundation on July 14,2011 at WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT (www.worldeducationsummit.net) in the School Education Track: CREATING EXCELLENCE IN SCHOOL EDUCATION: FUNDAMENTALS FOR POLICy MAKERS, PRACTITIONERS AND EDUCATIONISTS

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  • 1. Imperatives of Quality for Schools
    Dr. Anjlee Prakash
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  • 2. Environment
    India’s education budget has more than doubled in the last five years:
    • Rs. 152,847 cr in FY 2004-05 to Rs. 372,813 crores in FY 2009-10.
    • 3. Estimated 45 percent of education expenditure on elementary education
    • 4. State governments contribute 74 percent of the total education budget.
    Focus for Education in the 12th Plan
    • Access & expansion
    • 5. Equal opportunity
    • 6. Quality Assurance
    “Explore possibilities of setting up an independent, accreditation body in the area of school education...” ShriKapilSabil. Hon Min of HRD
    CBSE already taken the lead to set up an accreditation system for affiliated CBSE schools that will establish a level of acceptable quality for all accredited institutions while respecting the unique missions of the institutions involved.
  • 7. What is Quality Assurance?
    Quality assurance is achieved through an accreditation process
    Ensuring education institutions meet and maintain minimum standards of quality and integrity regarding academics, administration and related services.
    Quality Accreditation is achieved through an assessment process
    By adopting a total quality approach for continuous improvement for satisfaction of all stakeholders.
    Quality Assurance (QA) can be simply defined as a system to support performance according to standards.
    It implies a systematic way of establishing and maintaining quality improvement activities as an integral and sustainable part of systems
    Accreditation
    What gets measured… gets done…
  • 8. Framework of Quality Accreditation supported by an approach to Assessment
  • 9. Framework of Quality Assessment
    Policy prescription as indicators for accreditation
    • QSAS standards are based on policy prescription of state/ boards
    Evidence based
    • Accreditation process is based on observable parameters alone
    • 10. These evidences are related to deeply rooted processes in school
    Systemic process
    • Quality is never by accident ,it is always a result of systemic intervention
    Based on randomization principle
    • Random records are taken as evidence
    • 11. Selection is to eliminate the risk of bias and error
    Transparent
    • All parties relevant to the process are involved; i.e. The assessment agency, the assessor and the school
  • STANDARD-1 Governance & Leadership
    STANDARD -3 Infrastructure
    STANDARD-4 Assessment & Evaluation
    EQFI
    Accreditation Standards
    STANDARD-6 School Administration & Management
    STANDARD -7 Organizational Developments
    STANDARD -2 Teaching, Learning, & Curriculum Transaction
    STANDARD- 5 Fund Management & Expenditure
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  • 12. Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution
    William A. Foster
  • 13. Development of Quality Tools
    EQFI
    School Assessment
    Help schools define parameters of excellence through:
    Supporting the development of vision, mission, values
    Identify challenges and define objectives to meet the challenges
    List Short Term & Long Term plans
    List performance indicators
    Identify targets against performance indicators
  • 14. SAMPLE KRA
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  • 15. Development of process
    Example: process setting
  • 16. THANK YOU
    Any questions?
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