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Systems Approach for Better Education Results - Early Childhood Development (SABER-ECD). South Asia Regional Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education Policies and Practices: Towards 2015 & Beyond August 27-29, 2012, Hotel Oberoi , New Delhi. Presentation Overview.

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systems approach for better education results early childhood development saber ecd
Systems Approach for Better Education Results - Early Childhood Development (SABER-ECD)

South AsiaRegionalConference on EarlyChildhood Care and Education

Policies and Practices: Towards 2015 & Beyond

August 27-29, 2012, HotelOberoi, New Delhi

why did the world bank launch saber
Why did the World Bank launch SABER?

ECD features prominently within the new Education Strategy 2020, Learning for All through three pillars:

Invest Early,

Invest Smartly

Invest for All

Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) is designed to help countries:

Fill data gaps related to education policies

Make choices based on better evidence and analysis

Obtain better educational results.

saber policy domains
SABER Policy Domains

System-wide Quality Assurance

Learning Standards

Learning Assessments

Information Management

Financing

Equity and Inclusion

Low-income Countries

Middle-income Countries

OECD Countries

Fragile and Conflict-Afflicted Countries

Governance

and

Institutions

Governance

and

Institutions

Teachers

ICT

Learning

for all

Resources

Service Delivery

Sub-Systems

Early Childhood Development

Primary & Secondary Schooling

Tertiary Education

School Health

Workforce Development

saber ecd overview
SABER- ECD: Overview
  • SABER-ECD collects, analyzes, and disseminates comparable international data on national and sub-national ECD systems:
    • ECD programs - specific interventions that may vary according to primary objective, coverage, etc.
    • ECD policies - regulatory framework and institutional arrangements for service delivery at the national or sub-national level.
  • Utility of SABER- ECD:
    • Identify policy options to improve ECD
    • International comparisons to generate options and inform policy decisions
saber ecd analytical framework

Establishingan

EnablingEnvironment

Implementing Widely

Monitoring and

Assuring Quality

SABER-ECD: Analytical framework

PolicyGoals

PolicyLevers

Outcome

  • Legal Framework
  • Intersectoral Coordination
  • Finance

Effective ECD policies

All children have the opportunity to reach their full potential

  • Scope of Programs
  • Coverage
  • Equity
  • Data availability
  • Quality Standards
  • Compliance with Standards
country level data collection and analysis process
Country level data collection and analysis process

Total time per country = 10-12 weeks

how can saber ecd be helpful to countries
How can SABER-ECD be helpful to countries?

Three Examples:

Policy Goal 1: Establishing an Enabling Environment

Example: What are the key components of the legal framework for ECD?

Comparing pre-primary provision in South Asia and East Africa

Policy Goal 2: Implementing Widely

Example: Analyzing the scope of ECD interventions in Tanzania

Policy Goal 3: Monitoring and Assuring Quality

Example: Quality standards and enrollment rates in Uzbekistan

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Example for Policy Goal 2: How can stocktaking of interventions be useful in Tanzania

Social and

Child

Protection

National Program for Most Vulnerable Children

Programs for children with special needs

National Program for Care & Support of People Living with HIV

Sector

Health

PMTCT & Pediatric AIDS Care & Treatment

Immunizations

National programs for anemia, iodine and

Vitamin A deficiency

Nutrition

National Programs for maternal and child nutrition

Public Preschools

Education

Parents/

Caregivers

Pregnant

Women

Children

0-2

Children

3-4

Children

5-6

Target Beneficiaries

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Assessing programs by institutional arrangements to identify level of coordination and gaps in Tanzania

National Programs for Anemia, iodine deficiency, Vitamin A deficiency

National Program for Care & Support of People Living with HIV

Coordinated interventions across multiple sectors

Coordinated interventions across multiple sectors

PMTCT & Pediatric AIDS Care & Treatment

National Program for Most Vulnerable Children

Preschools

Comprehensive

National Programs for maternal and child nutrition

Programs for children with special needs

Immunization and Vaccine Development

Multi-Sectoral

Complexity of institutional arrangements

Complexity of institutional arrangements

Newborn and Child Health Program

Sectoral

Example: Chile Crece Contigo

Example: School feeding

Example: Cash transfers

Focus Areas- Mechanisms

Focus Areas- Mechanisms

Multiple sectors, specific programs for targeted or universal populations

Multiple sectors, specific programs for targeted or universal populations

Comprehensive regular monitoring. Some universal services, with tailored interventions

Comprehensive regular monitoring. Some universal services, with tailored interventions

Single sector

example for policy goal 3 quality assurance mechanisms and enrollment rates in uzbekistan
Example for Policy Goal 3: Quality assurance mechanisms and enrollment rates in Uzbekistan
  • Systemto monitor detailed child development standards in place
    • Children’s progress tracked weekly/monthly and reported to the regional and central government quarterly and semi-annually.
  • Analysis of enrollment trends reveals: Enrollment rates are not related to children’s developmental progress.

Implication: state-identified development standards do not signal value or quality to parents – but what does?

what does affect parents decision to enroll children in preschool in uzbekistan
What does affect parents’ decision to enroll children in preschool in Uzbekistan?
  • Quality of teaching (and perceived quality)
  • Physical status and quality and appearance of facilities
  • Policy planning implications:
  • Targeting resources to teacher training could impact enrollment
  • Repairing buildings and improving infrastructure and materials for early childhood care and education might impact enrollment
  • Incentives for highly-qualified teachers to teach in areas with lower enrollment rates might help.
sample international comparison table
Sample International Comparison Table

Legend: Latent Emerging Established Advanced

saber ecd around the world
SABER-ECD around the world
  • Participation is expected from most World Bank client countries.
  • Data collection completed in:
    • Sub-Saharan Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda)
    • South Asia (Nepal, Pakistan)
    • Eastern Europe/Central Asia (Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan)
  • Data collection ongoing in:
    • Sub-Saharan Africa (30 countries total)
    • East Asia and the Pacific (Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu)
  • Data collection planned in:
    • Latin America and the Caribbean
    • Middle East and North Africa
  • Planned outputs include: country reports, regional reports, and a web-based portal to disseminate information.
for more information or to implement saber ecd
For more information or to implement SABER-ECD
  • Contact DeepaSankar (dsankar@worldbank.org)
  • Contact Michelle Neuman (Task Team Leader at the World Bank for ECD at HelpdeskECD@worldbank.org)