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- 1. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Department of Education
- 2. What is an indicator? • A tool used to evaluate the performance of the education system. • A tool used to report the status of the education system to the community, to the whole country and to the global community.
- 3. What are the functions of an indicator? • Measures how far or how close one is from an objective • Identifies problematic or unacceptable situation • Meets policy concern • Compares its value to a reference value, to a standard or to itself
- 4. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 1. Gross Enrolment Ratio in Early Childhood Development Programs (GER-ECD) - measures the general level of participation in early childhood development programs - indicates the capacity of the education system to prepare young children for elementary education
- 5. Gross Enrolment Ratio in ECD Preschool Enrolment -------------------------------- x 100 Population Ages 4-5
- 6. Cont. 2. Percentage of Grade 1 Pupils with Early Childhood Development Programs (%G1- ECD Exp.) - measures the level of grade 1 pupils in ECD programs G1 Enrolment with ECD ----------------------------------- x 100 G1 Enrolment
- 7. Cont. 3. Apparent/Gross Intake Rate (AIR/GIR) - reflects the general level of access to primary education - indicates the capacity of the education system to provide access to grade 1 for the official school- entrance age population G1 Enrolment ---------------------------- x 100 Population Age 6
- 8. Cont. 4. Net Intake Rate (NIR) - gives a more precise measurement of access to primary education of the eligible, primary school-entrance age population than the AIR/GIR G1 Enrolment Age 6 ------------------------------- x 100 Population Age 6
- 9. Cont. 5. Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) - shows the general level of participation in a given level of education - can be used together with the NER to measure the extent of over-aged and under-aged enrolment - can also be used in place of the NER when data on enrolment by single years of age is not available
- 10. Gross Enrolment Ratio Elementary: Total Enrolment (Grades 1-6) ------------------------------------------ x 100 Population 6-11years old Secondary: Total Enrolment (Years I-IV) --------------------------------------- x 100 Population 12-15 years old
- 11. Cont. 6. Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) or Participation Rate (PR) - provides a more precise measurement of the extent of participation in a given level of education belonging to the official school age
- 12. Net Enrolment Ratio or Participation Rate Elementary: Enrolment (6-11) ------------------------- x 100 Population (6-11) Secondary: Enrolment (12-15) ---------------------------- x 100 Population (12-15)
- 13. Cont. 7. Cohort Survival Rate (CSR) - computes the percentage of a cohort of pupils/students who are able to reach grade 6/year 4 - assesses the internal efficiency and “wastage” in education - is vulnerable to migration and caution should be used in computing at the school level
- 14. Simple Cohort Survival Rate Elementary: G6 Enrolment (current SY) ----------------------------------------- x 100 G1 Enrolment (5 years ago) Secondary: Y4 Enrolment (current SY) ---------------------------------------- x 100 Y1 Enrolment (3 years ago)
- 15. Cont. 8. Coefficient of Efficiency (CoE) - is a measure of internal efficiency of an education system computed as the ratio of the ideal number of pupil/student-years required to produce a number of graduates from a given pupil/student cohort in elementary/secondary education to the actual number of pupil/student-years spent to produce the same number of graduates expressed as a percentage
- 16. Coefficient of Efficiency Elementary: Total G6 Promotees (including repeaters) x 6 --------------------------------------------------- x 100 Pupil-Years (grades 1-6) Secondary: Total Y4 Promotees (including repeaters) x 4 --------------------------------------------------- x 100 Student-Years (years 1-4) )
- 17. Cont. 9. Years Input Per Graduate (YIPG) - assesses the number of years it takes for an average pupil/student to graduate from elementary/secondary level
- 18. Years Input Per Graduate Elementary: Pupil-Years (grades 1-6) ----------------------------------------------- Total G6 Promotees (including repeaters) Secondary: Student-Years (years 1-4) ---------------------------------------------- Total Y4 Promotees (including repeaters)
- 19. Cont. 10. Promotion Rate (PromR) - assesses the extent of pupils/ students who are promoted to the next grade/year level Promotees (current year) ------------------------------------ x 100 Enrolment (previous year)
- 20. Cont. 11. Graduation Rate (GR) - The G6/Y4 promotion rate is the graduation rate for the elementary/ secondary level. G6 or Y4 Graduates ------------------------------- x 100 G6 or Y4 Enrolment
- 21. Cont. 12. Repetition Rate (RepR) - determines the magnitude of pupils/students who repeat a grade/year level Repeaters (current year) ------------------------------------ x 100 Enrolment (previous year)
- 22. Cont. 13. School Leaver Rate (SLR) - covers both pupils/students who do not finish a particular grade/year level as well as those who finish but fail to enroll in the next grade/year level the following school year - should be computed for every grade/year except for G1 of the elementary level and Y1 of the secondary level
- 23. School Leaver Rate SLR = 1 - Promotion Rate - Repetition Rate or Elementary: G1 Enrolment (previous SY)-[G2 Enrolment-G2 Repeaters (current year)] G2 SLR = ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- x 100 Grade 1 Enrolment (previous SY) Secondary: Y1 Enrolment (previous SY)-[Y2 Enrolment-Y2 Repeaters (current year)] Y2 SLR = ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- x 100 Year 1 Enrolment (previous SY)
- 24. Cont. 14. Simple Dropout Rate (SDR) - calculates the percentage of pupils/students who do not finish a particular grade/year level - does not capture pupils/students who finish a grade/year but do not enroll in the next grade/year of the following school year
- 25. Simple Dropout Rate Dropouts (current year) -------------------------------------- x 100 Enrolment (previous year)
- 26. Cont. 15. Transition Rate (TR) - assesses the extent by which pupils are able to move to the next higher level of education (i.e. primary to intermediate and elementary to secondary)
- 27. Transition Rate Primary to Intermediate: G5 Enrolment (current year) ------------------------------------------ x 100 G4 Enrolment (previous year) Intermediate to Secondary: Y1 Enrolment (current year) ------------------------------------------- x 100 G6 Enrolment (previous year)
- 28. Cont. 16. Completion Rate (CR) - measures the percentage of grade 1/year 1entrants who graduate in elementary/ secondary education - can be used interchangeably with survival rate and retention rate
- 29. Completion Rate Elementary: G6 Graduates (current year) ------------------------------------------ x 100 G1 Enrolment (5 years ago) Secondary: Y4 Graduates (current year) ----------------------------------------- x 100 Y1 Enrolment (3 years ago)
- 30. Cont. 17. Failure Rate (FR) - evaluates the extent of pupils/students who failed a given grade/year G1 Failures (current year) ------------------------------------------ x 100 G1 Enrolment (previous year)
- 31. Cont. 18. Retention Rate (RR) - determines the degree of pupils/students in a particular school year who continue to be in school in succeeding year - is also vulnerable to migration and is not advisable to compute at the school level
- 32. Retention Rate Elementary: G2-6 Enrolment (current year) ------------------------------------------- x 100 G1-5 Enrolment (previous year) Secondary: Y2-4 Enrolment (current year) ------------------------------------------- x 100 Y1-3 Enrolment (previous year)
- 33. Cont. 19. Basic/Simple Literacy Rate - is the percentage of population 10 years old and over, who can read, write and understand simple messages in any language or dialect Number of literates (ages 10 & over) ------------------------------------------------------ x 100 Population (ages 10 & over)
- 34. Cont. 20. Pupil/Student – Teacher Ratio - is the average number of pupils/students per teacher in elementary/secondary education in a given school year Enrolment -------------------------------------- Total Number of Teachers
- 35. Cont. 21. Pupil/Student-Classroom Ratio - is the average number of pupils/students per classroom in elementary/secondary education in a given school year Enrolment ----------------------------------------- Total Number of Classrooms
- 36. Cont. 22. Pupil/Student-Armchair Ratio - is the average number of pupils/students per armchair in elementary/secondary education in a given school year Enrolment ---------------------------------------- Total Number of Armchairs
- 37. Cont. 23. Textbook-Pupil/Student Ratio - is the average number of usable textbooks per pupil/student in elementary/secondary level in a given subject in a given school year Number of Usable Textbooks ------------------------------------------- Enrolment
- 38. Cont. 24. Per Pupil/Student Cost - is the ratio of the total education expenditures to the total enrolment in a given year Total Expenditures (PS + MOOE) ---------------------------------------------- Total Enrolment
- 39. Cont. 25. National Achievement Rate (NAT) - is being measured by Mean Point Score (MPS) by subject area > Mathematics > English > Science > Filipino > Hekasi/Araling Panlipunan