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SEDP

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Allana Autor

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of SEDP

Secondary Educational Development Plan
(SEDP) OBJECTIVES: The SEDP contains the New Secondary Education Curriculum (NSEC) implemented in 1989, which changed the 1973 Revised Education Program (RSEP). It aims to strengthen the students’ preparation for work or for tertiary education. 1. To strengthen the Science and Technology (S & T) capacity at the tertiary level Ministry of Science, Technology, Education and Culture (MOSTEC) 2. Develop the quality and coverage of basic, non-formal and secondary education, create a market-driven Technical Education and Vocational Training (TEVT) program 3. Direct the Government's poverty alleviation strategy in the education sector. FOCUS: 1. Curriculum Reform 2. Quality Textbooks and Teachers manual on 1:1 ratio 3. Science and Work Education Equipment 4. Staff Development 5. Assistance to Private Secondary Education PRODED AND SEDP PRODED and SEDP have meant added responsibilities and accountability for all those involved from policy makers to programmer implementers and target beneficiaries. Mechanisms and structures needed for the efficient implementation of the reforms have been given priority. Competencies of those involved in curriculum development and implementation are upgraded regularly SEDP is said to be overcrowded, putting together too many competencies and topics. This results to the loss of mastery of basic skills, narrow opportunity to process and contextualize major concepts and weak interconnections of competencies. Lessons learned from the reform implementation are providing useful baseline information for future reform and development programs.
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