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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS. Department of Education NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION. What is an indicator ?. A tool used to evaluate the performance of the education system. A tool used to report the status of the education system to the community, to the whole country and to the global community.

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performance indicators
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Department of EducationNATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

what is an indicator
What is an indicator?
  • A tool used to evaluate the performance of the education system.
  • A tool used to report the status of the education system to the community, to the whole country and to the global community.
what are the functions of an indicator
What are the functions of an indicator?
  • Measures how far or how close one is from an objective
  • Identifies problematic or unacceptable situation
  • Meets policy concern
  • Compares its value to a reference value, to a standard or to itself
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

1. Gross Enrolment Ratio in Early Childhood Development Programs (GER-ECD)

- measures the general level of participation in early childhood development programs

- indicates the capacity of the education system to prepare young children for elementary education

gross enrolment ratio in ecd
Gross Enrolment Ratio in ECD

Preschool Enrolment

-------------------------------- x 100

Population Ages 4-5

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Cont.

2. Percentage of Grade 1 Pupils with Early Childhood Development Programs (%G1-ECD Exp.)

- measures the level of grade 1 pupils in ECD programs

G1 Enrolment with ECD

----------------------------------- x 100

G1 Enrolment

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Cont.

3. Apparent/Gross Intake Rate (AIR/GIR)

-reflects the general level of access to primary education

- indicates the capacity of the education system to provide access to grade 1 for the official school-entrance age population

G1 Enrolment

---------------------------- x 100

Population Age 6

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Cont.

4. Net Intake Rate (NIR)

- gives a more precise measurement of access to primary education of the eligible, primary school-entrance age population than the AIR/GIR

G1 Enrolment Age 6

------------------------------- x 100

Population Age 6

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Cont.

5. Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER)

- shows the general level of participation in a given level of education

- can be used together with the NER to measure the extent of over-aged and under-aged enrolment

- can also be used in place of the NER when data on enrolment by single years of age is not available

gross enrolment ratio
Gross Enrolment Ratio

Elementary:

Total Enrolment (Grades 1-6)

------------------------------------------ x 100

Population 6-11years old

Secondary:

Total Enrolment (Years I-IV)

--------------------------------------- x 100

Population 12-15 years old

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Cont.

6. Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) or Participation Rate (PR)

- provides a more precise measurement of the extent of participation in a given level of education belonging to the official school age

net enrolment ratio or participation rate
Net Enrolment Ratio or Participation Rate

Elementary:

Enrolment (6-11)

------------------------- x 100

Population (6-11)

Secondary:

Enrolment (12-15)

---------------------------- x 100

Population (12-15)

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Cont.

7. Cohort Survival Rate (CSR)

- computes the percentage of a cohort of pupils/students who are able to reach grade 6/year 4

- assesses the internal efficiency and “wastage” in education

- is vulnerable to migration and caution should be used in computing at the school level

simple cohort survival rate
Simple Cohort Survival Rate

Elementary:

G6 Enrolment (current SY)

----------------------------------------- x 100

G1 Enrolment (5 years ago)

Secondary:

Y4 Enrolment (current SY)

---------------------------------------- x 100

Y1 Enrolment (3 years ago)

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Cont.

8. Coefficient of Efficiency (CoE)

- is a measure of internal efficiency of an education system computed as the ratio of the ideal number of pupil/student-years required to produce a number of graduates from a given pupil/student cohort in elementary/secondary education to the actual number of pupil/student-years spent to produce the same number of graduates expressed as a percentage

coefficient of efficiency
Coefficient of Efficiency

Elementary:

Total G6 Promotees (including repeaters) x 6

--------------------------------------------------- x 100

Pupil-Years (grades 1-6)

Secondary:

Total Y4 Promotees (including repeaters) x 4

--------------------------------------------------- x 100

Student-Years (years 1-4) )

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Cont.

9. Years Input Per Graduate (YIPG)

- assesses the number of years it takes for an average pupil/student to graduate from elementary/secondary level

years input per graduate
Years Input Per Graduate

Elementary:

Pupil-Years (grades 1-6)

-----------------------------------------------

Total G6 Promotees (including repeaters)

Secondary:

Student-Years (years 1-4)

----------------------------------------------

Total Y4 Promotees (including repeaters)

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Cont.

10. Promotion Rate (PromR)

- assesses the extent of pupils/ students who are promoted to the next grade/year level

Promotees (current year)

------------------------------------ x 100

Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

11. Graduation Rate (GR)

- The G6/Y4 promotion rate is the graduation rate for the elementary/ secondary level.

G6 or Y4 Graduates

------------------------------- x 100

G6 or Y4 Enrolment

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Cont.

12. Repetition Rate (RepR)

- determines the magnitude of pupils/students who repeat a grade/year level

Repeaters (current year)

------------------------------------ x 100

Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

13. School Leaver Rate (SLR)

- covers both pupils/students who do not finish a particular grade/year level as well as those who finish but fail to enroll in the next grade/year level the following school year

- should be computed for every grade/year except for G1 of the elementary level and Y1 of the secondary level

school leaver rate
School Leaver Rate

SLR = 1 - Promotion Rate - Repetition Rate

or

Elementary:

G1 Enrolment (previous SY)-[G2 Enrolment-G2 Repeaters (current year)]

G2 SLR = ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- x 100

Grade 1 Enrolment (previous SY)

Secondary:

Y1 Enrolment (previous SY)-[Y2 Enrolment-Y2 Repeaters (current year)]

Y2 SLR = ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- x 100

Year 1 Enrolment (previous SY)

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Cont.

14. Simple Dropout Rate (SDR)

- calculates the percentage of pupils/students who do not finish a particular grade/year level

- does not capture pupils/students who finish a grade/year but do not enroll in the next grade/year of the following school year

simple dropout rate
Simple Dropout Rate

Dropouts (current year)

-------------------------------------- x 100

Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

15. Transition Rate (TR)

- assesses the extent by which pupils are able to move to the next higher level of education (i.e. primary to intermediate and elementary to secondary)

transition rate
Transition Rate

Primary to Intermediate:

G5 Enrolment (current year)

------------------------------------------ x 100

G4 Enrolment (previous year)

Intermediate to Secondary:

Y1 Enrolment (current year)

------------------------------------------- x 100

G6 Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

16. Completion Rate (CR)

- measures the percentage of grade 1/year 1entrants who graduate in elementary/ secondary education

- can be used interchangeably with survival rate and retention rate

completion rate
Completion Rate

Elementary:

G6 Graduates (current year)

------------------------------------------ x 100

G1 Enrolment (5 years ago)

Secondary:

Y4 Graduates (current year)

----------------------------------------- x 100

Y1 Enrolment (3 years ago)

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Cont.

17.Failure Rate (FR)

- evaluates the extent of pupils/students who failed a given grade/year

G1 Failures (current year)

------------------------------------------ x 100

G1 Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

18. Retention Rate (RR)

- determines the degree of pupils/students in a particular school year who continue to be in school in succeeding year

- is also vulnerable to migration and is not advisable to compute at the school level

retention rate
Retention Rate

Elementary:

G2-6 Enrolment (current year)

------------------------------------------- x 100

G1-5 Enrolment (previous year)

Secondary:

Y2-4 Enrolment (current year)

------------------------------------------- x 100

Y1-3 Enrolment (previous year)

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Cont.

19.Basic/Simple Literacy Rate

- is the percentage of population 10 years old and over, who can read, write and understand simple messages in any language or dialect

Number of literates (ages 10 & over)

------------------------------------------------------ x 100

Population (ages 10 & over)

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Cont.

20.Pupil/Student – Teacher Ratio

- is the average number of pupils/students per teacher in elementary/secondary education in a given school year

Enrolment

--------------------------------------

Total Number of Teachers

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Cont.

21.Pupil/Student-Classroom Ratio

- is the average number of pupils/students per classroom in elementary/secondary education in a given school year

Enrolment

-----------------------------------------

Total Number of Classrooms

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Cont.

22.Pupil/Student-Armchair Ratio

- is the average number of pupils/students per armchair in elementary/secondary education in a given school year

Enrolment

----------------------------------------

Total Number of Armchairs

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Cont.

23.Textbook-Pupil/Student Ratio

- is the average number of usable textbooks per pupil/student in elementary/secondary level in a given subject in a given school year

Number of Usable Textbooks

-------------------------------------------

Enrolment

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Cont.

24.Per Pupil/Student Cost

- is the ratio of the total education expenditures to the total enrolment in a given year

Total Expenditures (PS + MOOE)

----------------------------------------------

Total Enrolment

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Cont.

25.National Achievement Rate (NAT)

- is being measured by Mean Point Score (MPS) by subject area

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