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NPSSE visualizes ‘School Evaluation’ as the means and ‘School Improvement’ as the goal. School Standards and Evaluation Framework(SSEF). School Evaluation Dashboard-e Samiksha.
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‘School Evaluation’ as the means and ‘School Improvement’ as the goal. The need for effective schools and improving school performance is increasingly felt in the Indian education system to provide quality education for all children. The quality initiatives in the school education sector, thus, necessitate focusing on school, its performance, and improvement.
In a major step towards comprehensive school evaluation as central to improving quality of school education in India, National Programme on School Standards and Evaluation(NPSSE) has been initiated by the National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), under the aegis of Union Ministry of Human Resource Development.
NPSSE visualizes ‘School Evaluation’ as the means and ‘School Improvement’ as the goal. It refers to evaluating the individual school and its performance in a holistic and continuous manner leading to school improvement in an incremental manner.
The major objectives of NPSSE are to develop a technically sound conceptual framework, methodology, instrument, and process of school evaluation to suit the diversity of Indian schools; to develop a critical mass of human resources for adaptation and contextualization of the school evaluation framework and practices across states.
The program envisions reaching 1,6 million schools in the country through a compressive system of school evaluation. As part of this endeavor, the School Standards and Evaluation Framework(SSEF) has been developed as an instrument for evaluating school performance. This will enable the school to evaluate its performance against the well-defined criteria in a focused and strategic manner.
The SSE framework comprises seven ‘Key Domains’ as the significant criteria for evaluating the performance of schools. The Framework has been developed through a participatory and mutual consensus approach on How to evaluate diversified Indian schools for Incremental Improvement. The SSEF has the flexibility that makes it eminently suitable for adaptation, contextualization, and translation in state-specific languages.
It has been designed as a strategic instrument for both self and external evaluation. Both the evaluation processes are complementary to each other and ensure that the two approaches work in synergy for the improvement of the school as a whole.
As part of the SSEF, a ‘School Evaluation Dashboard-e Samiksha’ has been developed to facilitate each school to provide consolidated evaluation reports, including areas prioritized for improvement. The School Evaluation Dashboard is developed both in print and digitized format.
The School Evaluation Dashboard, obtained from each school, will be consolidated at the cluster, block, district, state and national -level for identifying school-specific needs and common areas of intervention to improve school performance.
A web-portal and Mobile App on School Standards and Evaluation are in the process of development. In order to translate the objectives of NPSSE to institutionalize ‘School Evaluation for Improvement’, a strong operational plan has been formulated to extend support to each state. .A dedicated Unit at NUEPA is leading this program under the guidance of the National Technical Group (NTG) and in strong collaboration with the states.
C and DSE Telangana – Rc.No.823, Dated: .10.2017, Sub: SSA, Telangana – Pedagogy · Schools Standards and conduct of District Level workshop on School Evaluation – Uploading of School information into Website of #ShaalaSiddhi by H.Ms I MIS Coordinators – Reg.
Ref: 1-day State Level orientation to DRGs is organized on 10.10.2017.
All the District Educational Officers and Ex-officio Project Officers of SSA in the state are informed that the State Level one-day orientation is organized on 10th October 2017 to the District Level Team of 3 persons i.e., S.O – II + 1 GHM + 1 District Computer Operator on uploading of school information into National Website of Shaala Siddhi. The program is conducting combining both SSA and RMSA.
In this regard, it is to inform you that the timeline schedule by State SRGs of Shaala Siddhi to conduct District Level orientation, collection of school evaluation data and uploading of School Evaluation data, external evaluation as follows:
In this regard the District Educational Officers and E.O: P.Os of SSA are requested to conduct a one-day orientation to all H.Ms of High School, Upper Primary Schools, S.Os of KGBVs, Principals of Model School and Residential schools in the district as per schedule.
The financial norms for the conduct of 1-day training for one batch (@ 50 persons) are as follows
The detailed district-wise plan is at annexure and the estimated budget (SSA – 60% share + 40% RMSA share) for the conduct of 1-day orientation at the district level is as follows…
Therefore, the District Educational Officers and E.O: Project Officers of SSA in the State are requested to conduct 1-day training to the H.Ms, Principals of UPS and HSs and Mandal MIS Coordinators and follow up the programme as per schedule.
After the conduct of training submits the expenditure statement, advance settlement and Utilization Certificates to the Offices of SSA and RMSA immediately. Encl: Annexure for the planning of training.
School Evaluation Dashboard:
The School Evaluation Dashboard facilitate each school to provide consolidated self-evaluation report in key performance domains and core standards, including an action for improvement.
It has three parts i) Basic Information about learners and teachers ii) ‘School Evaluation Composite Matrix’, which provides the holistic picture of school performance across seven key domains and their core standards and iii) Action for Continuous School Improvement Plan. The dashboard has also the provision for the external evaluation report.
The ‘School Evaluation Dashboard’ is available online in a dedicated web portal. Each school can submit its self-evaluation report by using the interactive web portal. The external evaluators have to use the same web portal to provide their evaluation reports. A consolidated school evaluation report, encompassing both self and external evaluation is generated online by the web portal.
The ‘School Evaluation Dashboard’ can be used for viewing and analyzing school evaluation reports and data which can further be consolidated at the block, district, and state level to extend appropriate support to the school. It also facilitates schools in monitoring their own progress and improvement over the years.
It would further direct the schools to take appropriate action for its continuous improvement and allow for revisiting their practices. The consolidated data at the block, district, and state-level can also direct policy-level decisions across the levels.