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Education Strategic Plan (ESP) 2010 - 2020. 1. Introduction to the ESP. The new ESP provides a strategic framework that will inform development in the education sector for the decade 2010 to 2020

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Education strategic plan esp 2010 2020

Education Strategic Plan (ESP) 2010 - 2020


1 introduction to the esp
1. Introduction to the ESP

  • The new ESP provides a strategic framework that will inform development in the education sector for the decade 2010 to 2020

  • ESP 2010 – 2020 updates ESP 2003 – 2015 to take account of the 2007 Education Reform, the 2008 Education Act and incoming Government commitments

Ghana: Ministry of Education


  • Presented in two volumes:

    Volume I: Policies, Strategies, Delivery, Finance

    Volume II: The Work Programme

Ghana: Ministry of Education


  • The policy basis for ESP includes:

    • GPRS I and II

    • 2007 Education Reform

    • 2008 Education Act

    • Government commitments

    • Current sub-sector policies

    • Recent ESARs (Sector reviews)

    • International commitments (MDG/EFA)

Ghana: Ministry of Education


2 guiding principles of esp
2. Guiding Principles of ESP

ESP 2010 – 2020 is guided by nine principles:

Access (incl elimination of disparities)

Quality improvement

Extension of ICT, Science, TVET to all areas

Effective, efficient, properly rewarded teaching service

Decentralisation of 1st and 2nd cycles to District Assemblies

Strengthening of tertiary education

Period review of grants and allowances

Efficiency savings within the sector

Strengthening of monitoring and evaluation

Ghana: Ministry of Education


3 esp strategic framework
3. ESP Strategic Framework

The ESP is structured in six focal areas:

  • Basic Education (BE)

  • Second Cycle Education (SC)

  • Non-Formal Education (NF)

  • Inclusive and Special Education (IS)

  • Tertiary Education (TE)

  • Education Management (EM)

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Thematic areas
Thematic areas

There are three thematic areas for each focal area:

Socio humanistic [access, equity, welfare]

Educational [quality, skills development]

Economic [efficiency, effectiveness, value for money]

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Policy objectives and strategies
Policy objectives and strategies

There are policy objectives and strategies for each focal-thematic area.E.g. BE12 is one of the policy objectives for Basic Education under the Education thematic area:

Policy objective BE 12:Develop a literate numerate society

Related strategy:

Ensure that all P6 graduates are literate (in English and a Ghanaian language) and numerate


Strategic framework
Strategic Framework

  • The framework is presented in a matrix showing focal area by theme

  • Each entry in the matrix gives the relevant strategy

  • The strategies are derived from the Work Programme (Vol 2) which link to indicative targets, activities, time frame, and responsibilities

Ghana: Ministry of Education


4 work programme format
4. Work Programme Format

This column appears in the Vol 1 Strategic

Framework

Ghana: Ministry of Education


  • The next step is to ensure that Regions and Districts develop their own Work Programmes

  • In due course each region/district will have its own Work Programme based on Volume II of the ESP – using the same structure, but tailoring the indicative targets and strategies to the specific needs of the region/district, whilst being consistent with, and supportive of, national objectives

Ghana: Ministry of Education


  • The work programme links to a develop their own Work Programmesthree year rolling operational plan(Annual Education Sector Operational Plan: AESOP). The next one will be AESOP 2010 – 2012 and will be ready in September

  • Together the local Work Programmes and AESOPs should form the basis for successful implementation of the ESP

Ghana: Ministry of Education


5 managing and implementing the esp
5. Managing and Implementing develop their own Work Programmes the ESP

  • With comprehensive plans in place – success of the ESP hinges crucially on effective implementation through the AESOP

  • ESP lays a foundation for the involvement of all education sector stakeholders from kindergarten to tertiary, public and private, national and international

Ghana: Ministry of Education


  • Holistic develop their own Work Programmesapproach to sector development

  • Partnership between all stakeholders with MoES taking the lead role

  • Coordinationof efforts and funding

  • Operational planning and work-programming

  • M&E of sector performance

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Ghana: Ministry of Education


6 monitoring performance
6. Monitoring Performance develop their own Work Programmes

  • Framework for monitoring and evaluation

  • Comprehensive list of indicators – see Annex C of ESP Vol 1

  • Annual Education Sector Review

  • M&E framework designed to yield evidence-based information for future decision making

  • ESP as a “Living Document”

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Key access equity indicators
Key Access/Equity Indicators develop their own Work Programmes

  • Gross Admission Rate (GAR)

  • Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER)

  • Completion rate (PCR, JHCR, etc)

  • Gender Parity Index (GPI)

  • Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR)

  • Repetition Rate

  • Drop-out Rate

  • Transition Rate

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Key quality indicators
Key Quality indicators develop their own Work Programmes

Pupils Teacher Ratios (PTR)

Percentage of trained teachers

Textbooks/pupil for core subjects

NEA indicators of proficiencyency in English and maths

CRT Mastery Pass Rates in English and maths

BECE Pass Rates

SSCE Pass rates

Adult literacy rate (15+)

Proportion of teaching time spent on core subjects

Proportion of schools regularly inspected

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Structure of new esp
Structure of new ESP develop their own Work Programmes

  • Section 1 Background

  • Section 2 Policy basis

  • Section 3 Strategic Framework

  • Section 4 ESP Delivery

  • Section 5 Financial Framework

  • Section 6 Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Efficiency

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Emphases with the new esp
Emphases with the new ESP develop their own Work Programmes

Continuation of emphasis on education outcomes (rather than inputs)

Greater emphasis on quality issues, particularly those affecting literacy

A concentration on delivery through decentralisation

Efficiency savings for affordability

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Esp 2010 20 what else is new
ESP 2010/20 What else is new? develop their own Work Programmes

Ghana: Ministry of Education


Time frame for esp 2010 2020
Time Frame for ESP 2010-2020 develop their own Work Programmes

  • Zero draft discussed in districts/regions in April

  • Revised first draft presented for discussion at the Education Annual Review in June.

  • Final version ready in September, following revisions

Ghana: Ministry of Education


THANK YOU develop their own Work Programmes

Ghana: Ministry of Education


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