R.A. 9155 clearly defines shared governance as the management model in the delivery of quality basic education. It specifies the functional areas to be shared by the various levels of management as well as their differentiated roles. The evolving roles of the schools are consistent with the national educational policies, plans and standards.
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Conduct of School/District Monitoring, Evaluation, and Adjustment (SMEA/DisMEA)
The monitoring and evaluation is to provide objective information that can inform decision-making for continuously improving:
- Organizational Performance for efficient and effective fulfillment of the division mandate, and
- Delivery of education services to achieve the desired output and sustainability of Education outcomes.
The SMEA tool contains all the data requirements relative to the school implementation of mandated processes and school-based initiated interventions for continuous improvement. This serves as the data collection tool to the quarterly progress monitoring and evaluation and a facility to establish school data bank.
The SMEA Objectives: To enable the SCHOOL to immediately respond to issues and concerns affecting the effectiveness of programs and efficiency of programs delivery to:
a. Provide immediate feedback on the efficacy and weaknesses of program implementation at the school level vis-a-vis SIP and AIP implementation;
b. Respond to technical and training needs of teachers; and
c. Identify enhancements to educational policies and guidelines.
The SMEA in schools shall be conducted every quarter in CY: 2019. The school heads shall present the Key Results Areas (KRAs) on ACCESS, QUALITY, and GOVERNANCE with the corresponding Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in graphical, tabular, and textual Powerpoint Presentation for easy understanding in the delivery of the data elements. In the presentation, the school heads shall invite the SDO representative, District Supervisor, School Planning Team (SPT), Teachers, Guidance Counselors, School Governing Council (SGC), GPTA Officers, Barangay Officials, Stakeholders, Government Officials, etc. who has direct control to resolve the issues/concerns/gaps/problems of the participants shall then act by providing possible solutions/recommendations to the issues/concerns/gaps/problems reflected in the presentation of the school. The possible solutions provided by the participants shall then be monitored and tracked on the quarterly presentation of the SMEA.
The 1st Quarter SMEA will be conducted starting April 16-22, 2019 using the template accessible in this link:
The data to be utilized are the last quarter (January-March) of the school year 2018-2019. The accomplished SMEA template will be submitted to the district for consolidation.