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Site based management

  1. 1. SITE-BASED MANAGEMENT HAZEL L. BELTRAN
  2. 2. What is site-based management?
  3. 3. A non-elected management (made up of the principal, selected staff, lead/master teachers, and a few supportive parents and students) which either replaces the elected school board or reduces its members to figureheads.
  4. 4. it is the “decentralization” of the decision-making authority to schools. At the second level students work together with community leaders, local government officials and other stake holders to improve school performance.
  5. 5. DECENTRALIZATION  Is to distribute the administrative power of functions of the central authority over a less concentrated areas.
  6. 6. It means to release from the constraints of the central office played on one person for years. An official has a power to make decisions that affect her school, rather than depending on central administrators to set her course.
  7. 7. It also means having the freedom to hire personnel they want while central office continues to makedecisions about the curriculum, budget, and auxiliary services.
  8. 8. → it was officially implemented as a governance framework of the passage of RA 9155 in 2001 as a Legal cover. TEEP,SEDIP and BEAM → two pilot projects implemented by DepEd.
  9. 9. POSITIVE RESULTS 1.IMPROVED ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS. 2.INCREASED PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS AND THE COMMUNITY. 3.EMPOWERMENT OF THE LOCAL SCHOOL HEADS.
  10. 10. PRINCIPAL EMPOWERMENT--> a restructuring program designed to give heads of school more autonomy in decision-making local governance and site-based management.
  11. 11. 1.A COMPETENCIES OF SITE-BASED MANAGEMENT well-thought-out committee structure.  2.Enabling leadership.  3. Focus on Student learning 4. Focus on adult-learning 5.School-wide perspective
  12. 12. 6. Long-term Commitment 7.Curriculum Guidance 8.Opportunities for Learning and Assistance 9.Access to Information
  13. 13. SBM is also regarded as : 1.Governance Reform >shift the balance of authority. 2.Political Reform >broaden the decision-making base. 3.Administrative Reform >make management more efficient by decentralizing and deregulating it. >management efficiency presumably serves the ultimate goal of the organization-student learning. >to enhance the student learning is to let education professionals make the important professional decision.

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