THE PROGRAMME TO IMPROVELEARNING OUTCOMESMAKING CSI MATTER,TRIALOGUE 2013Breakaway 28th May
WHO AND HOW?
THE NATIONAL CONTEXT:A TIPPING POINT OF CONCERN, A DESIRE FOR COLLABORATION2011 2012 2013 2014NDP: NATIONALINITIATIVE TOIM...
WHY?
WHERE WESTARTED2011EXPLORATIONOF A SHAREDMODEL FOR AGOVERNMENTLEDPARTNERSHIPStakeholder collaboration at all levels• Socia...
2011 2012 2013EXPLORATION OF A SHAREDMODEL FOR A GOVERNMENTLED PARTNERSHIPDEVELOPMENT OFTHE MODEL ANDMATERIALSDEVELOPMENTW...
2012 DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODEL AND MATERIALS DEVELOPMENTIMPROVED LEARNING OUTCOMESBetter-Managed,More Effective SchoolingMo...
HOW?
Province District &CircuitSchool Mgmt. Teacher LearnerHigh-levelcompactingSkilledprogrammemanagementsupport tosenior off...
INTEGRATING AND COORDINATING ACTIVITY TO LEVERAGE FORGREATER IMPACTSYSTEM CHANGE –• Increasing the the capacity of the of ...
2013 2014WORK TOWARDS ANATIONALCOLLABORATIONFRAMEWORKDEVELOPMENT OF THEMODEL AND MATERIALSDEVELOPMENTBUILDINGREADINESS INP...
KZN: PINETOWN351 488 Learners (2.8% of National)11 191 Teachers537 Schools
KWAZULU-NATAL: UTHUNGULU DISTRICT300 832 Learners (2.5% of National)9526 Teachers672 Schools
SUMMARY: PILO is a programme implemented by GovernmentBy implementing a model- for strengthening system relationships of r...
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Mary metcalfe pilo trialogue 28 may

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The Programme to Improve Learner Outcomes brings together stakeholders from across the education sector, from NGOs to corporate funders, government officials to trade unions. Prof Mary Metcalfe talks about the challenges and successes of this ambitious collaboration to see impact in education.

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  1. 1. THE PROGRAMME TO IMPROVELEARNING OUTCOMESMAKING CSI MATTER,TRIALOGUE 2013Breakaway 28th May
  2. 2. WHO AND HOW?
  3. 3. THE NATIONAL CONTEXT:A TIPPING POINT OF CONCERN, A DESIRE FOR COLLABORATION2011 2012 2013 2014NDP: NATIONALINITIATIVE TOIMPROVE LEARNINGOUTCOMESMINISTER MOTSHEKGA’SNATIONAL LEADERSHIPDIALOGUE(WORKING TOWARDS ANATIONALCOLLABORATIONFRAMEWORK)NEDLAC:ACCORD ONBASICEDUCATIONTHE EVOLUTION OFTHE PROGRAMME TO IMPROVE LEARNING OUTCOMES (PILO)NSP: EXPLORE A MODEL FORA GOVERNMENT LED MULTI-SECTORAL PARTNERSHIPDEVELOPMENT OF THEMODEL AND MATERIALSDEVELOPMENTBUILDING READINESSIN PARTICIPATINGDISTRICTSREFININGMODEL ONGROUNDFROM SHARING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAMMEIMPLEMENTATION
  4. 4. WHY?
  5. 5. WHERE WESTARTED2011EXPLORATIONOF A SHAREDMODEL FOR AGOVERNMENTLEDPARTNERSHIPStakeholder collaboration at all levels• Social partners working together to supportgovernment, especially at the local level• Crowding in and coordinating existing efforts for impactand efficiency• Working in and through the system, locatingresponsibility where it must be sustained• Improving the relationships that comprise the system byusing data to drive better behavioursSystem approach• Focusing on improving systems around agreed KPIs• Using lead indicators to monitor and report on respond tochange as it happens, and respond with appropriatesupportFocused improvement and KPIsSustainable At Scale• Use private sector spend to increase effectiveness ofgovernment spend• Design costings must be scaleable• Proof of concpept at scale
  6. 6. 2011 2012 2013EXPLORATION OF A SHAREDMODEL FOR A GOVERNMENTLED PARTNERSHIPDEVELOPMENT OFTHE MODEL ANDMATERIALSDEVELOPMENTWHAT?
  7. 7. 2012 DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODEL AND MATERIALS DEVELOPMENTIMPROVED LEARNING OUTCOMESBetter-Managed,More Effective SchoolingMore Responsive, SupportiveBureaucracyMoreFocused, InvestedLearners andPublicINDICATORS TO MEASURE PROGRESSMONITOR - REPORT - RESPONDEffective leadership andownership of PILO in provinceSupport perspective supersedescomplianceOn-time delivery of LTSMFilling of key vacanciesReduced bureaucratic loadFocus on key indicators of systemimprovementResponsive problem-solving byteams, using data to prioritiseeffortEstablishment of keycurriculum mgm’t routinesMonitoring, reporting, andresponding to coverage usingeffective toolsMore curriculum coveredStronger motivationPlanning, monitoring, and self-reporting of coverageDemand-led use of learning &teaching resourcesMore effective curric coverageMore meaningfulattendance, including a quality meal ontimeGreater confidencein the value ofschool systemImproved learningoutcomes
  8. 8. HOW?
  9. 9. Province District &CircuitSchool Mgmt. Teacher LearnerHigh-levelcompactingSkilledprogrammemanagementsupport tosenior officialsSystemsupport toreduce burdenof complianceExpert HRsupport toensure keyvacancies arefilled efficientlyExpert logisticssupport toensure 100%delivery ofLTSM inJanuaryFocused systemimprovementbased on co-createddashboard ofindicatorsFacilitated opsrooms with visualmanagement forinter-sectoralteamworkEmbeddedsystemimprovementmanagersCapacity-buildingin data basedproblem-solvingand customerserviceStructuredmentoring andtraining inleadership, management, andplanning, andmonitoringfocused oncurriculumcoverageRoutinedepartmentalmeetings led byHoDsUser-friendlyCAPSCoveragetracking toolDipstick testingtool (real timeand electronic)Campaignrepositioningteachers asnation-buildersTeammentoring incurriculumcoverageTargetedtraining andmentoring re:learningbacklogs in lit.and num.Well-locatedelectronicresourceportals/storesUnion-ledpeer-learninggroupsMRR NSNPScalablecommunity-led supportfor healthand readingCampaign tomobilisecommunitiesto supportlearners forbettereducationCo-ordinatedcrowding-inof otherrelevantefforts
  10. 10. INTEGRATING AND COORDINATING ACTIVITY TO LEVERAGE FORGREATER IMPACTSYSTEM CHANGE –• Increasing the the capacity of the of the System to absorbinterventions• Creating functional schools that are:READY - WILLING - ABLETo implement improvement initiativesPILONGOANDDONORPARTNERSCROWDING IN RESOURCES FOR COLLABORATION AND GREATER IMPACTIN A COMMON PROGRAMME OF ACTION IN TARGET DISTRICTSLEARNER SUPPORTINITIATIVESSCHOOL SUPPORTINITIATIVES
  11. 11. 2013 2014WORK TOWARDS ANATIONALCOLLABORATIONFRAMEWORKDEVELOPMENT OF THEMODEL AND MATERIALSDEVELOPMENTBUILDINGREADINESS INPARTICIPATINGDISTRICTSIMPLEMENTINGAND REFININGMODEL ONGROUNDFROM SHARING TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAMMEWHERE?NATIONALSTARTINGINKZNPILOSharing andLearning
  12. 12. KZN: PINETOWN351 488 Learners (2.8% of National)11 191 Teachers537 Schools
  13. 13. KWAZULU-NATAL: UTHUNGULU DISTRICT300 832 Learners (2.5% of National)9526 Teachers672 Schools
  14. 14. SUMMARY: PILO is a programme implemented by GovernmentBy implementing a model- for strengthening system relationships of reciprocal support andaccountability around agreed goals- by driving behaviour change towards practices & routines of team-based, performance-driven workSupported by a PILO change and capacity building team with sharedinstruments and resourcesAt scaleAs part of a national collaboration and sharing of learning (withmonitoring and evaluation) led by the national governmentStarting in 1 200 schools in KwaZulu-Natal (Uthungulu & Pinetown)Supporting the MEC and Department officials to implement theirstrategies and achieve their goalsUsing private sector spend to lead change and improve the efficiency ofgovernment spend in schoolingTo achieve its goal of significantly improving learning outcomesCrowding in an as many resources in collaboration and partnership aspossible
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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