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Transcript of SEDIP
Secondary Education Improvement and Development Program
A curricular innovation which dovetailed the Third Elementary Education Project or TEEP
Its purpose was to improve equitable access to secondary education in poverty affected areas
*To improve the quality and relevance of
secondary education in the project provinces
*To increase the rats of participation in and completion of secondary education in the undeserved areas;
*To support the decentralization process towards the transfer of greater management responsibilities and decision making authority to the schools and offices at the provincial levels
Improving Access to Secondary Education
Facilitating Decentralized Secondary Education Management
In improving teaching and learning, curriculum innovations centered
*The development if skills and competencies of school heads in school planning and management and instructional support for teachers
*Improving teachers subject knowledge and teaching skills
*Improving the availability of
learning materials by providing
textbooks, teaching manuals and
other instructional materials.
*Improving the learning environment through the construction and/or rehabilitation of schools facilities and procurement of furniture and equipment for classrooms, laboratories and other school facilities
Access to education provided schooling alternatives to students who are unable to attend school regularly and opened new schools with the assistance and collaboration of local government units with the provision of facilities, equipment, training of teachers and school heads.
Decentralizing secondary education management is an innovation which strengthened the planning and management capacity; supported the monitoring and evaluation capacity, developed policy research management and analysis capacity improved the educational management information system, developed local and school based in service training and supported the new textbook procurement and delivery system.
The SEDIP innovations started in 2000 and ended in 2006. initial results showed gains, and best practices have been replicated in other divisions which were not participants in the project