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LINK School Performance Review

LINK School Performance Review

Summary: SPR enables rural districts and schools to audit performance against nationally approved education quality indicators to improve the levels of education service delivery. SPR data is analyzed to develop School and District Improvement Plans. By documenting and sharing this evidence, LINK seeks to inform national policy. --- LINK supports district education officials to collect basic data about how schools are performing. Data is collected in line with MOEST approved quality indicators. The main indicators cover the following areas:  Teaching and Learning Processes (for example Teacher's Planning, Lesson Observation, Pupil Assessments); School Leadership and Management (which includes financial management, staff deployment and...

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LINK School Performance Review

SPR enables rural districts and schools to audit performance against nationally approved education quality indicators to improve the levels of education service delivery. SPR data is analyzed to de...

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  • Description of Scale and Reach

    SPR has been implemented in Uganda through a partnership between LINK and Directorate of Education Standards of the MoES, as well as the District Local Governments and partner NGOs. The approach has been implemented successfully in the districts where LINK has operated/worked and has also been introduced in other districts where partner NGOs, such as SNV and BAU work, as well as in Ghana, South Africa, Malawi, and Ethiopia, where LCD operates. Through the Masindi District Education Development Program and the subsequent program, LINK has continued to inform and support education policy development. Using a whole district approach, LINK work focused on: School Performance Review (SPR), District Capacity Building, Head Teacher Management Training, Literacy Training, HIV/AIDS Action Planning, School Management Committee Training, Link Schools Program (4 districts only Masindi, Buliisa, Kamwenge, Nakaseke), and Global Teachers Program (2 districts of Masindi and Kamwenge).

  • Countries

    South Africa, Uganda, Ghana, Ethiopia, Malawi