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Issue: Performance Management Topic 4: Performance Management in Education Sector. A Joint Conference of World Bank and KDI. Performance Management in Education: A Call for Paradigm Reform in South Korea. Ju Ho Lee (KDI School of Public Policy and Management ).

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Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Issue: Performance Management

Topic 4: Performance Management in Education Sector

A Joint Conference of World Bank and KDI

Performance Management in Education:A Call for Paradigm Reform in South Korea

Ju Ho Lee

(KDI School of Public Policy and Management)


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Labor Economics 2003 Fall

Performance Management in Education: A Call for Paradigm Reform in South Kores

Intro.

eBay’s

success

Growth

Q&A

First,

Overview of the performance in Education

The Structure of the paper

Second,

Overview of the performance management system in Education

Third,

Propose reform agenda to improve the performance-management system


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 1> Average Test Scores

(Unit: Ranking out of 31)

Source: OECD “Knowledge and Skill for Life”, PISA 2000


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 1-1> Distribution of Test Scores: Reading literacy

(Unit:percentage)

Source: OECD “Knowledge and Skill for Life”, PISA 2000


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 2> Student Engagement

(Unit: percentage)

Source: OECD “Student Engagement at School”, PISA 2000


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 3> Student participation in educational courses outside school

(Unit: percentage)

Source: OECD “Knowledge and Skill for Life”, PISA 2000

  • Percent of students who have sometimes or regularly attended courses in the language of assessment, courses in other subjects, or extension or additional courses in the last three years

  • Percent of students who have sometimes or regularly attend courses in the language of assessment, remedial courses in other subjects, training to improve study skills or private tutoring in the last three years


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 4> Teacher Evaluation by Student

(Unit: WARM estimator, Ranking out of 27)

Source: OECD “Knowledge and Skill for Life”, PISA 2000


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 1. Performance in Education

<Table 4> Teacher Evaluation by Principle

(Unit: WARM estimator, Ranking out of 27)

Source: OECD “Knowledge and Skill for Life”, PISA 2000


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Performance Monitoring

Scholastic achievement Evaluation in Korea

  • To understand the academic achievement of students

  • To assess the curriculum and pedagogical methodology

But, not directly used to strengthen the accountability of schools

The problem is,

- not use results of the scholastic achievement evaluation to hold schools accountable

- not disclose the results of the scholastic achievement evaluation


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 5> Evaluation on Local Education Authorities by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 5> Evaluation on Local Education Authorities by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 6> Budget Distributed According to the Result of Evaluation on Local Education Authority by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development

(Units: Hundred Million Won)

Source: Committee of Evaluation on Local Education Authority(for each year)

Note: Basis for Distribution in 2001, (1)Basic Allotment (20%) + Allotment by Total Score Obtained (80%), (2) Index of Basic Allotment = Student (80%)


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 7> Evaluation on Schools by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development(based on documents)


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 7> Evaluation on Schools by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development(based on documents)

Source: Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development and Korea Education Development (2003), “Reports on the Results of the Overall School Evaluation,” pp.14~17.


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 8> Evaluation on Schools by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development(based on school-visits)


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 8> Evaluation on Schools by the Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development(based on school-visits)


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 9> Evaluation on General High Schools by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 2. Performance-Management in Education

- Project Evaluations

<Table 9> Evaluation on General High Schools by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education

Source: Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education (2004), “Report of School Evaluation for the 2003 Academic Year,” pp. 10~72.


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 3. A Call for Raradigm Reform

Elevate the Education Performance Evaluation

First, Assessment of student achievement should be based on students evaluation on both cognitive and non-cognitive skills

Second, Utilize results of students achievement evaluation based on diverse methods:

(1) the absolute level of achievement of schools

(2) the change in achievement of schools

(3) the extent of improving student achievement of targeted students


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 3. A Call for Raradigm Reform

Establish a New Accountability System

  • Accountability Schools :

    Introduce different types of schools that allow school choices

  • Accountability Programs :

    Improve student achievement for the students of low-income and

    low-ability

  • Accountability Contests :

    Promote competition among schools via Accountability Contests


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 3. A Call for Raradigm Reform

Accountability Schools

For Accountability Schools

Introduce different types of schools that allow school choices

- Diversifying the school system through the introduction of new types of schools

- Allow school choice, autonomous school management, and financial assistance based on formula funding

- Access Accountability Schools by Accountability Tests


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 3. A Call for Raradigm Reform

Accountability Programs

For Accountability Programs

Improve student achievement for the students of low-income and low-ability

  • Strengthen remedial education program to enhance the performance of low-income and low-performing students

  • - Hold schools accountable based on the improvement of achievement of targeted students


Issue performance management topic 4 performance management in education sector

Section 3. A Call for Raradigm Reform

Accountability Contests

For Accountability Contests

  • Promote competition among schools via Accountability Contest

    • Performance goals will be set by the Ministry, Local Education Authority…

    • Schools will voluntarily participate the contest

    • Participating schools will be allowed with more autonomy

    • Reward schools, teachers, and students that won the contest


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