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  1. COLOMBIAN EDUCATION CHANGE 2002-2010 Cecilia María Vélez

  2. OUTLINE • 1. Life-longeducation • 2. Educationforinnovation, competitiveness and peace • 3. Strengthening of theeducationalinstitution • 4. Constant sector modernization • 5. Communication and participatorymanagment.

  3. 1. LIFE-LONG EDUCATION Wide educational opportunities at all levels

  4. 1. LIFE-LONG EDUCATION Wide educational opportunities at all levels • Comprehensive Attention to Early Childhood • 2007-2009: 646.188 Sisben I y II • Pre-school, basic and middle school students • 2002: 9,994,404 • 2009: 11,241,474* • Literate adults • 2002 -2009: 1,017,934* • Illiteracy rate (Quality of life survey) • 2002: 7.62% • 2008: 6.62% • High school Graduates • 2003: 471,245 • 2008: 647,997 • Higher Education Students • 2002: 1,000,148 • 2009: 1,570,447

  5. PPP StrategyWide educational opportunities at all levels Contracting the service to deliver the service : 1,074,974students benefited accounting for 11% of the country’s total enrollment • With private schools where there is no public offer • With organizations to reach population with special needs • By concession with high quality private schools

  6. Concession SchoolsWide educational opportunities at all levels • Governments hand over the physical infrastructure to a private operator after a competitive bidding process. The private provider must credit excellent results in National Test Scores (ICFES and SABER) • Bogotá : 25 schools, managed by 9 operators, benefitting 39,947 students. • At the national level : In 24 Territorial Entities, 48 schools, 69.120 students .

  7. ECAES Standards ICFES° Standards SABER 9° Standards SABER 5° SPECIFIC LABOR COMPETENCIES GENERAL LABOR COMPETENCIES CITIZENSHIP COMPETENCIES BASIC COMPETENCIES HIGH SCHOOL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION n PRIMARY SECONDARY PROFESSIONAL TECHNICAL PROGRAMS TECHNOLOG. PROGRAMS POSTGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL 2. EDUCATION FOR INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS AND PACESkill´s development Competenciesdescriptors Education for the labor market

  8. Concession SchoolsWide educational opportunities at all levels • Some results : • Dropout levels below the city’s public schools rate. • Positive impact of schools on their neighborhoods. • In 9 years, they have surpassed the average test scores of public school’s scores.

  9. 2. EDUCATION FOR INNOVATION ,COMPETITIVENESS AND PEACE Progress in international tests • TIMSS: From 1995 to 2007, Colombian students’ average in the 8th grade went up 20 points in Math and 23 points in Sciences. • Average on math • 1995: 360 • 2007: 380 • Average on sciences • 1995: 393 • 2007: 417

  10. 2. EDUCATION FOR INNOVATION COMPETITIVENESS AND PEACEStrategic projects for competitiveness • National Bilingual Program: • 1. Standards • 2. Evaluation and Accreditation • 3.Teacher training • Ict in Education : • Infrastructure ( computer and connectivity) • Contents (portal) • Teacher Training

  11. 2. EDUCATION FOR INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS AND PEACEStrengthening of technical and technological education • Technical programs for competitiveness: • 36 alliances. • 219 new programs for 49 strategic sectors in Economy • Work observatory: • Provides information for students, institutions and employers. • Monitoring to 951,346 graduates (from 2001 to 2008) • Joint work of middle and higher education: • 3.907students with higher education , 273,127 students with a technological institution

  12. EDUCATION FOR INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS AND PEACE Strategic projects for competitiveness Training of Highly Qualified Human Resource • 2002 2008 • Masters Degrees Students • 6,776 16,317 • Doctorate Students • 350 1,532 • Scholarship holders abroad (graduate level) • 1,974 3,696 Investigation groups ranked by Colciencias • 2003 2008 • 809 3,489

  13. 3. STRENGTHENING OF THE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONBasic education • Improvement plans: • 10,284 monitored improvement plans(66%). • 1,755 in low achievement establishments (65%). • Experience exchange: • 6 National Education Forums and 76 yearly monitored local forums. • 240 documented experiences regarding management and basic skills. • School Government: • New evaluation Decree – Decree 1290 of April 16th, 2009. • Free resources for the Education Services Funds. • Booklet for parents

  14. ECAES LABOR OBS SPADIES SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSURANCE – HIGHER EDUCATION INFORMATION EVALUATION • Institution strengthening • New technologies • Improvement plans • Techniques and technological programs CAN National accreditation Council (Programs, Institutions Quality accreditation) SNIES QUALITY CONACES National Assurance Commission Qualified register

  15. 4.CONSTANT MODERNIZATION OF THE SECTOR • MEN as an exemplary agency of public management in Colombia: quality, transparency, efficiency and technology • Incentives framework in order to assign resources (per capita assignment) based on technical criteria • Good management practices have been implemented in sector agencies, secretariats and IES • Information systems that work jointly with the management processes: Local secretaries of education, and Universities.

  16. 5.COMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT • Education is essentially a public matter • Public management must dialogue with the multiple interests of the social agents on decision making regarding public policies • Comprehension of participation from an ethic base of transparency, co-responsibility and pluralism. • Implementation of effective participation mechanisms in order to dialogue with incumbent parties inside and outside of the Ministry • Communication as a key factor in order to make participation and transparency possible.

  17. 5.COMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENTSceneries of discussion, debate and negotiation about public agenda • Ten year education plan • 24,438 participants • “Colombia Aprende” Portal • 1 Million visits a month • 33 Virtual forums • Virtual congress with 35 specialized forums, with 8,750 people registered. • Encounters with actors from the sector • 27 Encounters with Education Secretaries. • Encounters with IES rectors. • ASCUN (Colombian Universities Association). • SUE (State University System). • Sectorial and inter-sectorial coordination instances • CESU (Higher Education Council), Meetings with Education Entrepreneurs, among others. • Public discussion on regulatory developments • 3.279 citizen contributions to regulatory projects.