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    Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda
    CBL
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    and By-laws
    DepEd
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    of Education
    EFA
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    for All
    GOP
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    the Philippines
    KRT
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    Reform Thrust
    LGU
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    Government Unit
    LSB
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    School Board
    MOOE
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    Operating Expenses
    NGO
    Non-Government Organization
    PTA
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    Teachers Association
    PTCA
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    Community Association
    SBM
    School-Based Management
    SDS
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    Division Superintendent
    SFI
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    First Initiative
    SG-AC
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    Advisory Council
    SGC
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    Governing Council
    SIP
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    Improvement Plan
    SPT
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    Planning Team
    SSE
    School Self-Evaluation
    Foreword
    The

    Foreword
    The
    Department of
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    education quality.
    We

    We
    are now
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    educational system.
    This

    This
    Manual on
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    the school.
    The

    The
    content of
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    strict scrutiny.
    In

    In
    implementing SBM,
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    evolving capacities.
    For

    For
    this new
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    our schools.
    Let

    Let
    me encourage
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    21st century.
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    JESLI A. LAPUS
    Secretary

    Department of Education
    September 11 2009
    DepED MEMORANDUM No.
    DepED MEMORANDUMNo. 386, s. 2009
    UTILIZATION OF MANUALS RELEVANT TO SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
    To: Undersecretaries Assistant Secretaries Bureau Directors Regional Directors SchoolsUndersecretariesAssistant SecretariesBureau DirectorsRegional DirectorsSchools Division/City Superintendents Head,SuperintendentsHead, Public Elementary
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    Secondary Schools
    1.

    1.
    In addition
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    its institutionalization:
    a.

    a.
    Manual on
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    support offices;
    b.

    b.
    Manual on
    ...
    Councils; and
    c.

    c.
    Manual on
    ...
    and (AIPs).
    2.

    2.
    These Manuals
    ...
    are ready.
    3.

    3.
    Schools are
    ...
    of SBM.
    4.

    4.
    Immediate and
    ...
    is desired.
    JESLI A. LAPUS Secretary
    1.

    1.
    Introduction
    This

    This
    Manual on
    ...
    assist schools.
    Schools

    Schools
    can use
    ...
    following purposes:
    a)

    a)
    to organize an SGC b)SGCb) to develop
    ...
    such as:
    §

    §
    code of practice/conduct, §practice/conduct,§ operating procedures, §procedures,§ constitution and by-laws, §by-laws,§ decision-making process, and §and§ duty statements
    ...
    committee members
    c)

    c)
    to identify
    ...
    of the SGC d)SGCd) to enhance
    ...
    and processes
    2.

    2.
    Background
    2.1 Legal Bases
    ...
    29, 2002) Section
    Section
    2, paragraphs
    ...
    4 state that: Governancethat:Governance of basic
    ...
    local needs.
    The

    The
    state shall
    ...
    they serve.
    Section

    Section
    1.2 provides
    ...
    of its rules: iv)rules:iv) The parents
    ...
    in education. These
    These
    provisions strongly
    ...
    improvement processes.
    Another

    Another
    purpose/objective provided
    ...
    and sustained.”
    2.1.2 Batas Pambansa Blg. 232 (Education Act of 1982, approved on September 11, 1982)
    ...
    development goals:
    1.

    1.
    To achieve
    ...
    national unity.
    Section

    Section
    7 states that:
    Every

    Every
    educational institution
    ...
    duly published.
    2.1.3

    2.1.3
    Philippine Education
    ...
    by 2015.
    To

    To
    attain EFA
    ...
    school quality.
    Building

    Building
    on its
    ...
    EFA goals.
    Schools

    Schools
    shall continue
    ...
    improvement process.
    2.1.4

    2.1.4
    Basic Education
    ...
    Education (DepED).
    The

    The
    Schools First
    ...
    and associations. SFI
    SFI
    is also
    ...
    the SFI.
    BESRA

    BESRA
    is the
    ...
    in SFI.
    The

    The
    first Key
    ...
    of schools.
    The

    The
    KRT1 key indicators are:
    i.

    i.
    Increased number
    ...
    with organized SGCs; ii.SGCs;ii. Improved quality
    ...
    assessment data; and iii.andiii. Increased level
    ...
    school level.
    Based

    Based
    on their
    ...
    four stages:
    Stage

    Stage
    1. School
    ...
    improvement planning. Stage
    Stage
    2. School
    ...
    school improvement. Stage
    Stage
    3. School
    ...
    school improvement. Stage
    Stage
    4. School
    ...
    school improvement.
    Schools

    Schools
    may progress
    ...
    their pace.
    In the BESRA School-Based Management (SBM) Framework and Standards and levels of practice, SGCs are expected to evolve from Level I (being organized), to Level II (fully functional) and to Level III (championing and advocating continuous school improvement). (Please refer to the SBM Framework and Standards in Section 7 of this Manual).
    ...
    and sustained.
    2.2 School Governance
    ...
    whole system.
    The

    The
    school, as
    ...
    community stakeholders.
    Thus,

    Thus,
    school governance
    ...
    community stakeholders.
    2.2.2 Basic Concepts
    Someone said: Asaid:A sustainable governance
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    shared accountability
    2.2.2.1 Shared Leadership
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    school children.
    2.2.2.2 Shared Commitment
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    shared commitment:
    "...the

    "...the
    basic philosophy,
    ...
    build IBM.05-14-08)
    In

    In
    the school
    ...
    of the school. Schoolschool.School leaders should
    ...
    school succeed.
    2.2.2.3 Shared Accountability
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    the blame.
    Shared

    Shared
    accountability in
    ...
    promoting students’ welfare. 2.2.3welfare.2.2.3 People involved
    ...
    composed of:
    § Internal Stakeholders
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    student organizations
    o

    o
    Parents of
    ...
    Parent associations
    o

    o
    Teachers, Non-teaching
    ...
    the school
    § External Stakeholders
    ...
    Government Agencies
    o Non-Government Agencies [[#_ftn1|[1]]]
    N813410[[#_ftn2|[2]]]
    o

    o
    Alumni
    o

    o
    Retirees
    o

    o
    Professionals
    o

    o
    Basic Sectors:
    ...
    Minority, others
    2.3 The School Governing Council
    2.3.1 Purpose
    ...
    the environment to: §to:§ Develop shared
    ...
    and holistic development §development§ Encourage and
    ...
    and welfare
    The

    The
    SGC is
    ...
    the PTA/PTCA.
    This

    This
    model of
    ...
    following features:
    1.

    1.
    The cooperative
    ...
    staff is emphasized. 2.emphasized.2. Management and
    ...
    are clearly separated. 3.separated.3. The focus
    ...
    student learning outcomes. 4.outcomes.4. The broad
    ...
    by the Council. 5.Council.5. The school
    ...
    the SGC
    2.3.2 Mission Statement
    ...
    its existence.
    The

    The
    Council mission statement conveys:
    §

    §
    The reason for its existence §existence§ The clientele
    ...
    wishes to serve §serve§ The Council’s
    ...
    school vision
    Sample

    Sample
    School Governing
    ...
    Mission Statement:
    The School Governing Council of Assiduous National High School seeks to collaboratively work with school staff and the entire school community in incorporating learning resources into the improvement processes of the school to ensure continuous enhancement of student learning outcomes and the students’ holistic development.
    2.3.3 Guiding Principles
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    principles are:
    §

    §
    Inclusive -
    ...
    the school processes §processes§ Respectful -
    ...
    appreciates all viewpoints §viewpoints§ Trustworthy -
    ...
    and transparent manner §manner§ Responsible -
    ...
    community they serve §serve§ Effective -
    ...
    their students’ learning §learning§ Committed -
    ...
    level governance
    The

    The
    following indicators
    ...
    Council operations:
    § openness § transparency §

    § openness§ transparency§
    effective communication § synergy §communication§ synergy§ continuous personal development §development§ cooperation and trust §trust§ good leadership §leadership§ clear and shared goals
    SGCs

    SGCs
    may establish
    ...
    their aspirations.
    3.

    3.
    Governance
    Governance

    Governance
    of SGCs
    ...
    Appendix 1.1).
    3.1 Functions
    3.1.1 The SGC
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    the school on: §on:§ Student welfare, discipline and well-being §well-being§ Development and
    ...
    of the SIP §SIP§ Monitoring and
    ...
    the SIP Implementation §Implementation§ Reporting progress
    ...
    and the community §community§ Management of Council resources
    The

    The
    authority of
    ...
    and By-laws.
    3.1.2 The School Head
    ...
    are to:
    §

    §
    establish school
    ...
    improvement processes and, §and,§ serve as
    ...
    the Council.
    3.2 Limitations
    ...
    the SGC:
    §

    §
    It shall
    ...
    the School Head. §Head.§ The power
    ...
    with individual members. §members.§ It shall
    ...
    involving the school. §school.§ It shall
    ...
    Constitution and By-laws. §By-laws.§ All decisions
    ...
    its decisions.
    4.

    4.
    Roles and Relationships
    4.1

    4.1
    School Head
    ...
    Chief Executive Officer
    §
    Officer§ Implement the SIP OnceSIPOnce the SIP
    ...
    Annual Report.
    §

    §
    Implement policies PoliciespoliciesPolicies are developed
    ...
    and III.
    §

    §
    Provide accurate and timely information TheinformationThe school head
    ...
    appropriately managed.
    4.2

    4.2
    Roles of the SGC
    §
    SGC§ Participates in
    ...
    community stakeholders.
    The

    The
    SGC takes
    ...
    and acceptance.
    §

    §
    Assists the
    ...
    self-assessment process.
    §

    §
    Generates resources
    ...
    SIP implementation.
    §

    §
    Organizes committees
    ...
    duty statements.)
    4.3 Relationships
    ...
    of the SIP. §SIP.§ The SGC
    ...
    of learners’ performance. §performance.§ The willingness
    ...
    school-family-community partnerships.
    4.4

    4.4
    Summary Points§
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    of all students. §students.§ The role
    ...
    for the school. §school.§ The role
    ...
    of the school. §school.§ The positive
    ...
    growth and development. §development.§ Clear understanding
    ...
    must be developed. §developed.§ The SGC
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    all students.
    5.

    5.
    Getting Started
    5.1 Overview of the Election Process
    ...
    and decision-making:
    §

    §
    readiness and
    ...
    organize the SGC §SGC§ level of
    ...
    school improvement process §process§ membership/composition of the SGC §SGC§ term of
    ...
    of Council members §members§ election process
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    Constitution and By-laws) §By-laws)§ other matters
    ...
    in decision-making
    Generally,

    Generally,
    the election
    ...
    following steps:
    1.

    1.
    Awareness raising
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    of organizational meeting/s 2.meeting/s2. Nomination -
    ...
    LGU representative, etc.) 3.etc.)3. Election -
    ...
    Constitution and By-laws 4.By-laws4. Installation -
    ...
    other elements).
    5.2 Installation Procedures
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    decision-making process).
    5.3 Composition of SGCs
    The composition of SGCs should remain flexible considering the differences in the contexts of schools. Geographical location and student demographics might be considered in determining the composition and membership of the Council.
    ...
    the following officers: 1. Chairperson 2. Vice-Chairperson 3. Secretary 4. Treasurer 5. Auditor 6.officers:1. Chairperson2. Vice-Chairperson3. Secretary4. Treasurer5. Auditor6. Chief Executive
    ...
    (School Head)
    5.4 Organization Process
    ...
    the SGC.
    This

    This
    simple procedure
    ...
    functional SGCs.
    a. The School Head, with the School Planning Team, identifies community members who can provide support to school improvement and are interested in school practices inclusive of the nominations from the establishment meeting.
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    of children.
    c.

    c.
    With basic
    ...
    the invitation.
    d.

    d.
    School Planning
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    committed stakeholders.
    e.

    e.
    As the
    ...
    planning meeting.
    f.

    f.
    Based on
    ...
    and By-laws.
    g.

    g.
    The SGC
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    individual SGCs.
    h.

    h.
    Completed documents
    ...
    council developments.
    6.

    6.
    Assessment
    6.1

    6.1
    Monitoring and
    ...
    learning outcomes.
    Monitoring

    Monitoring
    generally means
    ...
    for evaluation.
    Evaluation

    Evaluation
    is the
    ...
    of results.
    6.1.1

    6.1.1
    Evaluation of
    ...
    two perspectives:
    a)

    a)
    focus on outcomes and
    b)

    b)
    focus on process SGCprocessSGC self-evaluation does
    ...
    Focus on Outcomes -Outcomes- Are we
    ...
    role and responsibilities? -responsibilities?- Have we
    ...
    in school practices? -practices?- Have we
    ...
    in schooling?
    b)

    b)
    Focus on process -process- Are we
    ...
    as a team? -team?- What is
    ...
    to improve?
    The

    The
    Council may
    ...
    Self-Evaluation Scheme).
    6.2 Accountabilities
    ...
    (Wikipedia, 04-08-08)
    6.2.1 Accountability of the SGC to the school community
    ...
    improved learning outcomes. ·outcomes.· The SGC
    ...
    decision-making processes.
    6.2.2 Accountability of the SGC to DepEd
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    been doing.
    7.

    7.
    Matrix of
    ...
    of Practice
    Where

    Where
    do we
    ...
    are underlined.
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    [[#_ftnref1|[1]]]
    Non-government agencies
    ...
    private individual.
    Source:

    Source:
    Philippine NGO
    ...
    religious organizations.
    A

    A
    nonprofit organization
    ...
    public benefit".
    Source: http://www.learning to give.org 05-18-08
    SBM Dimension
    Dimension

    Level I (Standard)
    (Standard)

    Level II (Progressive)
    (Progressive)

    Level III (Mature)
    (Mature)

    1. School
    Leadership
    ...
    is designated.
    SH

    SH
    performs greater
    ...
    school management.
    SH

    SH
    is fully
    ...
    school performance.
    SH

    SH
    is trained
    ...
    (NEAP) -SMILE).
    SH

    SH
    exercises instructional
    ...
    management functions.
    SH

    SH
    pursues continuing professional development.
    SH

    SH
    significantly influences
    ...
    holistic development.
    SH

    SH
    is trained
    ...
    (LSB) responsibilities.
    SH

    SH
    as a
    ...
    as mentor/coach).
    SH

    SH
    promotes/ shares
    ...
    other schools.
    SH

    SH
    creates critical
    ...
    SBM champions.
    SH

    SH
    initiates:
    -organizing

    -organizing
    stakeholders.
    -installing

    -installing
    appropriate SBM
    ...
    and reporting).
    SH co-operates with organized stakeholders.
    ...
    SBM systems.
    SH has effective working relationship with LSB & School Governing Council (SGC).
    ...
    improvement process.
    SH

    SH
    performs fund
    ...
    bookkeeping functions.
    SH

    SH
    is relieved
    ...
    and supervision.
    SH

    SH
    acts as
    ...
    and supervision.
    2. Internal Stakeholders Participation (teachers, parents, students)
    ...
    primary stakeholders.
    Students

    Students
    exercise their
    ...
    primary stakeholders.
    Students

    Students
    share in
    ...
    and management
    Students

    Students
    are held
    ...
    their performance.
    Teachers

    Teachers
    are trained
    ...
    and pedagogy.
    Teachers

    Teachers
    improve teaching effectiveness.
    Teachers

    Teachers
    mentor peers.
    Teachers

    Teachers
    pursue continuing professional development.
    Teachers are co-leaders/ co-managers of schools.
    Teachers hold themselves accountable for student performance.
    ...
    learning process.
    Parents co-manage and co-monitor learning process.
    Parents are also held accountable for the performance, achievement and well-being of their children.
    ...
    on SBM.
    Students, teachers, and parents support SBM.
    Students, teachers, and parents champion SBM.
    ...
    Organized stakeholders engage themselves in school governance and school-wide improvement process.
    Local government stakeholders are oriented into a functional LSB (e.g., school building and facilities, extension classes, and sports development).
    ...
    & development).
    Local government stakeholders are fully enabled to institutionalize expanded LSB functions thru multi-year supplemental lump-sum budget allocation for SBM (e.g., PS, MOEE, CO).
    ...
    School program).
    Community

    Community
    leaders /
    ...
    and nutrition).
    Community

    Community
    leaders /
    ...
    children’s welfare.
    External stakeholders understand their respective roles and responsibilities on SBM; and are organized for participation in SBM processes.
    Organized external stakeholders support implementation of school-wide improvement process which focuses on children’s learning and development.
    ...
    and development.
    Organized stakeholders champion SBM.
    Organized stakeholders help create a community environment that supports children’s enjoyment of their right to quality education and other rights (right to express themselves freely).
    4. School Improvement Process
    ...
    assessment tool
    School conducts periodic assessment of SBM practice using assessment tool.
    ...
    assessment tool.
    SGC is organized.
    SGC supports continuous school improvement process.
    ...
    SGC members are performing their respective duties and responsibilities.
    SGC members are held accountable for school performance.
    ...
    available resources).
    School does participatory and knowledge-based SIP/AIP development and implementation that are responsive to community needs and performance feedback.
    SIP/AIP formulation and implementation involve full and sustained engagement of stakeholders.
    ...
    of children.
    SIP/AIP

    SIP/AIP
    meets Divisional/
    ...
    learning outcomes.
    SIP/AIP

    SIP/AIP
    surpasses National
    ...
    on SIPs/AIPs.
    Stakeholders are informed, consulted, and engaged in SIP/AIP formulation, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.
    Stakeholders are informed, consulted, and engaged in SIP/AIP formulation, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation and are satisfied with school performance.
    ...
    School Improvement Process
    (continued)
    ...
    measures undertaken.
    SIP/AIP

    SIP/AIP
    implementation is
    ...
    and improvements.
    SIP/AIP

    SIP/AIP
    implementation is
    ...
    improvement processes.
    Best

    Best
    practices are
    ...
    among peers.
    Best

    Best
    practices are replicated.
    Best

    Best
    practices are institutionalized.
    Resources

    Resources
    and funds
    ...
    per student).
    Resources and funds are augmented with LSB and community contributions and allocated to meet desired educational outcomes.
    ...
    community equity.
    A system of incentives and rewards (and positive discipline for underperformance) based on performance contract (between SGC and DepEd) is piloted to promote school improvement process and children’s well-being.
    A system of incentives and rewards (and positive discipline for underperformance) based on performance contract (between SGC and DepEd) is established with DepEd and stakeholder support to sustain school improvement process and children’s well-being.
    A system of incentives and rewards (and positive discipline for underperformance) based on performance contract (between SGC and DepEd) is institutionalized with DepEd and stakeholder support to sustain school improvement process and children’s well-being.
    ...
    children’s well-being.
    A

    A
    system of
    ...
    children’s well-being.
    A

    A
    system of
    ...
    children’s well-being.
    5. School-based Resources
    ...
    with SIP/AIP.
    Annual

    Annual
    School Budget
    ...
    with SIP/AIP.
    Annual

    Annual
    School Budget
    ...
    with SIP/AIP.
    School

    School
    manages and
    ...
    and approval).
    School

    School
    manages and
    ...
    technical guidance.
    School

    School
    fully manages
    ...
    funds/ resources.
    ASB

    ASB
    is executed
    ...
    with guidelines.
    ASB

    ASB
    is executed
    ...
    cost effectiveness.
    ASB

    ASB
    is executed
    ...
    school performance.
    ASB

    ASB
    results in
    ...
    desired outcomes.
    ASB

    ASB
    results surpassed
    ...
    desired outcomes.
    ASB

    ASB
    results in
    ...
    excellent performance.
    School

    School
    is properly
    ...
    in cash.
    School

    School
    MOOE allocation
    ...
    educational outcomes.
    School

    School
    budget is
    ...
    community equity.
    School

    School
    undertakes school-based
    ...
    Office assistance.
    School undertakes school-based procurement with
    ...
    Office guidance.
    School

    School
    undertakes own
    ...
    DepEd-wide guidelines.
    DepEd

    DepEd
    representative to
    ...
    SIP priorities.
    DepEd

    DepEd
    representatives to
    ...
    personnel welfare).
    DepEd

    DepEd
    representatives to
    ...
    to SIP/AIP.
    Dimension
    Level I (Standard)
    (Standard)

    Level II (Progressive)
    (Progressive)

    Level III (Mature)
    (Mature)

    School-based Resources (continued)
    ...
    accounted for.
    All

    All
    resources and
    ...
    accounted for.
    All

    All
    resources and
    ...
    accounted for.
    6. School Performance Accountability (performance is monitored, validated, evaluated and reported)
    ...
    accountability mechanisms.
    School

    School
    exercises transparency
    ...
    its functions.
    School

    School
    is fully
    ...
    and accountable.
    Monitoring

    Monitoring
    and Evaluation
    ...
    continuing improvement).
    Performance

    Performance
    and results-based
    ...
    in planning.
    Stakeholders and school jointly develop and implement multi-sectoral and multi-dimensional M/E system with innovations.
    Major stakeholders (SGC, PTCAs, Schools Division Superintendent, Regional Office, LSB) are informed and participate in M/ E and reporting.
    ...
    School performance is presented, published and validated through community satisfaction surveys.
    School Performance Accountability (continued)
    ...
    per student/subject.
    Improvements in learning outcomes by Grade/Year level are monitored and evaluated on school-wide basis.
    Improvements in learning outcomes are tracked for benchmarking with other SBM schools.
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    Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA)
    Department of Education (DepED)
    January 2009
    FOREWORD
    The Department of Education has stepped up its efforts to decentralize education management - a strategy that is expected to improve the Department's operating efficiency and upgrade education quality.
    ...
    For this new setup to succeed, our principals and teachers need to develop their people skills and managerial capabilities. They have to be empowered to be catalysts for for change in our schools.
    Let me encourage you to understand well the Primer and own its concepts and principles. Be empowered to strengthen partnerships, engage education stakeholders and produce graduates who are fully equipped for the 21st century.
    SIGNEDJESLI A. LAPUS Secretary
    Department of Education
    INTRODUCTION
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