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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PHASE I: ASSESS 2
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Phase 1: Assess Objectives 3 4. To analyze school processes 5. To determine the root cause/s of the PIAs 4. To analyze school processes 5. To determine the root cause/s of the PIAs 1.To identify and analyze the PIAs 2. To set general objectives 3. To listen to the voice of the learners and other stakeholders 1.To identify and analyze the PIAs 2. To set general objectives 3. To listen to the voice of the learners and other stakeholders
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 4 STEP 2. Identify/Review Priority Improvement Areas 2.1 2.1 Present and discuss the information gathered during the preparatory activities 2.2 2.2 Identify/Review PIAs
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 5 Activity 2.1: Present and discuss the information gathered during the preparatory activities Initiate the discussion on the status of the school by presenting the SRC or a summary of the SCDT. Initiate the discussion on the status of the school by presenting the SRC or a summary of the SCDT. Look into gaps with Division targets (use Gap Analysis Template) Look into gaps with Division targets (use Gap Analysis Template) Maximize your SRC KE Y Ide a SIP needs to be evidence-based
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SIP s are meant to bridge the gap between the current state of the school and the desired state as per DEDP 6
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Annex 3: Gap Analysis Template 7
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A. DIVISION TARGETS B. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE B1. DATA NEEDED B2. CURRENTLY CONTRIBUTING B3. INHIBITING FACTORS B4. PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED B5. GROUPS THAT REQUIRE ATTENTION YES/ NO EXPLANATION Annex 3: Gap Analysis Template
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A. DIVISION TARGETS B. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE B1. DATA NEEDED B2. CURRENTLY CONTRIBUTING B3. INHIBITING FACTORS B4. PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED B5. GROUPS THAT REQUIRE ATTENTION YES/ NO EXPLANATION Dropout Rate: 0.1% Promotion Rate: 91% National Achievement Test (NAT) Mean Percentage Score (MPS): 65 Division Targets
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Gap Analysis A. DIVISION TARGETS B. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE B1. DATA NEEDED B2. CURRENTLY CONTRIBUTING B3. INHIBITING FACTORS B4. PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED B5. GROUPS THAT REQUIRE ATTENTION YES/ NO EXPLANATION Dropout Rate: 0.1% 1. School dropout rates over the previous three years 2. Reasons for dropping out No Overall dropout rates in school over the last three years have not been lower than 4%. High dropout rates due to the following: - financial matters - health problems - disasters Disadvantage d students Promotion Rate: 91% School promotion rates over the previous three years No Overall promotion rates over the last three years have been around 10% less than the target. Inhibiting factors still undetermined from available data.

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