Goals - Quality Education

 

Milestones for Project
(System Capacity Building)
Goals (Measure of Success)
KLC-1 Develop a cadre of Teacher Development Officers (ShikshakSahyogi Dal) who are self-motivated and have an understanding of pedagogy, teacher training, mentoring, processes and can effectively interact with the key stakeholders in the system. Conduct 27 days of training for the Sahyogis in AY 2015-16
Ensure 90% training attendance across Sahyogi PMC teachers; 80% attendance across Sahyogi DIET Members; 75% attendance across Sahyogi Supervisors
Support & Train the Sahyogi group for atleast 12-15 hours/month
Active increase investment in teacher development - 80% retention of Sahyogi Group
80% of Sahyogi members will work as a team and actively collaborate with each other
100% Sahyogi members will conduct teacher observations & capture notes effectively
90% Sahyogis can articulate their expectations and confidently interact with officers and teachers
Capture development of 10 Sahyogis who exhibited exceptional improvement (through stories)
KLC-2 Develop and implement systemic processes and structures for in-service teacher support that will improve the efficiency and investment of the PMC education machinery Sahyogis will conduct atleast 9 monthly training sessions across 16 clusters in AY 2015-16
Ensure 75% of teacher attendance in month end training session
Sahyogis will conduct atleast 8 observations per teacher in AY 2015-16
Support & Train teachers for alteast 4-5 hours/month
Set up monthly cluster review meeting structure -alteast 5 CRM's in AY 2015-16
Active increase in student engagement, groupwork & activity in classrooms
Active increase in teacher collaboration at cluster level
75% teachers develop action plans for students groups as per PSM test data
10% increase in teacher skills (as measured by the Classroom Observation Tool)
Capture development of 10 teachers who exhibited exceptional improvement (through videos)
KLC-3 Develop partnerships with NGO's and invest in the idea of collective vision towards quality improvement in PMC schools Invest atleast 20 NGO's in the collective action exercise for quality improvement
Partner with alteast 15 NGO's; with atleast 10 conducting sessions for Sahyogi group
All NGO's will be invested as critical partners with PCC Collective initiative for quality education
90% of partner NGO's will actively participate in PCC meetings/events

 

Milestones for Project
(Development of Model Schools)
Goals (Measure of Success)
KLC-4 Demonstrate proof points of schools under innovation models aligned to the State government GR around School development Support "CSR for PMC schools" to become a nodal cell for NGO/CSR partnerships
25 Schools in PMC will have necessary infrastructure (Digital Computer Lab, Library, Science Lab, Clean Toilets, safe water, playing & learning facilities) to support student learning
Increase in attendance of students from beginning of year
Creating a safe learning space for the students in the schools
Learning outcome goals as aligned to PSM
Increase in investment from parent communities
Active collaboration between key stakeholders - PMC, Community, Teachers, Students & Corporates

By 2020, the Education track aims to achieve the following:

System Capacity Building:

  • Sahyogi Dal becomes a sustainable project of the PMC with a group of 100 strong teacher educators dedicated towards quality improvement of 300 odd schools in PMC system
  • Through leadership development programs, the School Leaders, Education Officers and PMC support machinery will own the transformation of PMC schools - inimproving the quality student learning and effectively developing & supporting teachers
  • PMC schools will see an active increase in student enrolment in the existing schools

Development of Model Schools:

  • 25 schools will have sufficient working infrastructure to support the learning of all children - who perform at a greater pace than the average performing levels of PMC students on State Assessments
  • 25 schools will serve as proof points of active learning and as hubs of teacher development - and through the leadership development of these schools, they will also mentor the remaining schools in their cluster