March 2014, London

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AGENDA

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Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review

Public feedback for the Blueprint
Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard

Delivering differently

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What are we trying to achieve?

Objectives of the Education Blueprint
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Understanding the current performance and challenges of the Malaysian education system

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Establishing a clear vision and aspirations for individual students and the education system

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Outlining a comprehensive transformation programme for the system, including key changes to the Ministry

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. UNESCO. and drawing on international expertise (e. OECD. with the transformation of the JPN and PPD as one of the key shifts.The Education Blueprint (2013-2025) is unique in three key ways The largest public consultation process ever undertaken by the Ministry – a national dialogue on education encompassing all states and a broad range of stakeholders Anchored on performance against international standards (e.g..g. international review panel members) Focused on implementation. and the establishment of the Education Delivery Unit (PADU) to drive blueprint delivery | 4 . World Bank. TIMSS and PISA).

AGENDA ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review Public feedback for the Blueprint Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard Delivering differently | 5 .

Malaysia improved for Mathematics but declined for Reading and Science 2009 Rank Score Rank 2012 Score Average Score OECD 2012 1 Reading 55 414 59 4 398 16 496 2 Mathematics 57 404 52 5 421 17 494 3 Science 52 422 53 1 420 2 501 SOURCE: PISA 2009+.Results for PISA 2012 as compared to 2009. PISA 2012 |6 .

Main findings in PISA 2012 OECD Average 10 top schools in PISA MATHEMATICS 613 573 SM Sri KDU SMJK (P) China Pulau Pinang SMK (A) MAIWP SM Kuen Cheng (P) SMA Persekutuan Kajang (SMBP) SMK Sultanah Asma SMK Damansara Jaya Maktab Tentera Diraja MRSM Kota Kinabalu SMK Ave Maria Convent 568 546 543 542 535 533 530 SCIENCE 570 SM Sri KDU SMK (A) MAIWP READING 580 551 SM Sri KDU SMA Persekutuan Kajang (SMBP) SMK Sultanah Asma SMK (A) MAIWP SAMT Tengku Ampuan Jemaah SMJK (P) China Pulau Pinang SM Kuen Cheng (P) 530 511 500 498 497 489 487 487 487 485 559 526 523 520 519 SMJK (P) China Pulau Pinang SMK Damansara Jaya SMK Tinggi Batu Pahat SMK Sultanah Asma 501 515 MRSM Kota Kinabalu 510 SM Teknik Johor Bahru 505 SMA Persekutuan Kajang (SMBP) SM Kuen Cheng (P) 504 502 520 519 519 MRSM Kota Kinabalu SM Teknik Johor Bahru SMK Ave Maria Convent 494 496 | 7 .

amongst the highest in the world Almost 20 billion RM spent on infrastructure in the last 5 years.000 teachers will still be teaching in 20 years time 2 in 3 students fail to meet proficiency standards of English 40% of principals will be retiring in less than 5 years time. and 55% receive no formal preparatory or induction training 95% students report their parents see their teacher at least once a year. supporting 10. demonstrating the effect and existence of great JPN and PPD leaders         |8 .000 staff at district level.Summary of key findings on drivers of student outcomes Finding 1: Teachers Finding 2: Teachers Finding 3: Learning Finding 4: Principals Finding 5: Parents Finding 6: Curriculum Finding 7: Delivery   Positive finding Negative finding 1:13 teacher-student ratio today and less than 7% incoming teachers have excellent academic achievement 60% of 412. improperly cascaded with weak tracking and not linked to student outcomes     Finding 8: Organisation Organisation is not a pyramid structure with 13. roofs and wiring in critical disrepair Fast-improving schools and districts exist nationwide Great practices exist in selected states. but 40% of schools with buildings.000 schools Finding 9: Finance Finding 10: Finance Finding 11: Schools Finding 12: Leadership 16% of total government expenditure is on education. but schools lack capability to engage parents in the poorest communities Written curriculum greatly diverges from the taught curriculum in schools Overwhelming number of programs.000 Ministry and JPN staff and 6.

AGENDA ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review Public feedback for the Blueprint Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard Delivering differently | 9 .

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AGENDA ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review Public feedback for the Blueprint Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard Delivering differently | 19 .

Quality aspiration: Top third of countries in international assessments by PISA and TIM rankings 13 .

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Wave 1 Turnaround system by Wave 2 Accelerate system improvement with Wave 3 Move towards excellence supporting teachers and focusing on core skills increased operational flexibility 2013 2015 2020 2025 13years | .

| 24 .What Impact Will This Transformation Journey Have? Students Parents Teachers & educationists Public For the transformation of the Malaysian education system to be effective and sustainable. It is envisaged that the programme defined in this Blueprint will lead to a collective set of desirable benefits. each participant must understand the critical role they each play and the benefits that they will enjoy. rights. and responsibilities for each group.

AGENDA ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review Public feedback for the Blueprint Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard Delivering differently | 11 .

To make these shifts. integrated set of initiatives for the Ministry—1Agenda Aspirations Malaysian Education Blueprint Initiatives Blueprint initiatives GTP NKRA ETP 10th Malaysia Plan 1Agenda 100 initiatives NKEA Existing initiatives Feedback from rakyat ‘Ad-hoc projects’ | 12 . we have laid out a single.

community and private sector Pelaksanaan kempen pendidikan peringkat kebangsaan Pelancaran dan pelaksanaan Sarana penglibatan ibu bapa. air. Pend. air. pentaksiran dan latihan Pelaksanaan dan pengukuhan PBS Peningkatan kemahiran guru dalam TIMSS dan PISA Pelaksanaan kurikulum Sejarah baharu Language Peluasan LINUS 2. laluan kerjaya. termasuk School Improvement Programme (SIP+ and SISC+) dan Sekolah Berprestasi Tinggi 10 Penjenamaan semula Matrikulasi dan Tingkatan 6 11 Peningkatan enrolmen dalam program pendidikan inklusif. termasuk kolaborasi sekolah vokasional dengan industri 100 initiatives under 1Agenda Curriculum and assessment Penjajaran kurikulum dengan standard antarabangsa Pelaksanaan HOTS dalam kurikulum. bilik darjah) Naik taraf infrastruktur mencapai standard garis asas infrastruktur (e. internet) Naik taraf semua sekolah mencapai standard infrastruktur 'masa hadapan' (akan ditentukan) ICT Penyediaan 1BestariNet dan perisian ke sekolah Penerokaan penyelesaian secara ICT bagi pembelajaran jarak jauh dan pembelajaran mampu diri (self-paced) Pengkajian dan perintisan inovasi ICT Semua guru kompeten dalam literasi dan celik ICT Phases and duration of education Peningkatan enrolmen dan kualiti prasekolah Peningkatan enrolmen pendidikan rendah Peningkatan enrolmen pendidikan menengah Pengenalan pendidikan wajib selama 11 tahun Parents. jaminan penempatan. Pend. Persatuan dan Badan Beruniform) Penyemakan dan pengemas kinian struktur sistem persekolahan 2 Penjajaran kurikulum dengan standard antarabangsa 3 Peningkatan kemahiran guru dalam TIMSS dan PISA 4 Peluasan LINUS 2. Inggeris 5 Peningkatan profisiensi guru Bahasa Inggeris 6 Piagam Guru (Teacher Charter) termasuk pakej kerjaya dan instrumen penilaian kompetensi 7 Pelaksanaan pelan induk CPD baharu 8 Piagam Pemimpin Sekolah (Principal Charter) termasuk NPQEL. elektrik.Of the 100 initiatives. komuniti dan sektor swasta Pengkajian semula dan perombakan bantuan kewangan berdasarkan keperluan (cth: KWAPM) Peluasan peranan PIBG Penambahbaikan program Sekolah Amanah Perombakan program Sekolah Angkat Peningkatan biasiswa daripada sektor swasta Pathways Peluasan sekolah antarabangsa (international schools) Penambahan bilangan SMKA dan SABK Pemasaran STAM ke peringkat antarabangsa Pembangunan kurikulum kebangsaan bagi sekolah agama berdasarkan Dini dan Tahfiz Pensijilan bagi graduan dari sekolah agama Pengenalan kaunseling kerjaya (profil kerjaya) bagi setiap murid Pemerkasaan sekolah seni dan sekolah sukan Peningkatan program Sukan Untuk Semua (1 Murid 1 Sukan) dan sukan untuk kecemerlangan Pengukuhan Pelan Transformasi Vokasional termasuk meningkatkan dan mempelbagaikan kolaborasi dengan industri Penjenamaan semula Tingkatan 6 dan Matrikulasi Unity Pembangunan instrumen dan kajian tinjauan untuk mengukur perpaduan Pengenalan program khidmat masyarakat sebagai syarat untuk graduat pendidikan menengah Pengukuhan Pend. komuniti dan sektor swasta 22 Penyemakan semula nisbah guru-murid bagi SKM 23 Naik taraf infrastruktur asas bagi memenuhi standard (e. tandas) 24 Penjajaran Bajet 25 Penyediaan dan pelancaran portal dan perpustakaan video eGuru | 13 . Islam.g.g.. pentaksiran dan latihan 21 Pelaksanaan sarana penglibatan ibu bapa..0 merangkumi literasi BI Peningkatan profisiensi guru BI Pengenalan Kelas pemulihan BM untuk Tahun 4 hingga 6 Peningkatkan standard BM di sekolah kurikulum sama di SK and SJK Pembukaan Kelas Peralihan sebagai opsyen Peningkatan profisiensi guru BM Pengukuhan BM sebagai bahasa ilmu Pelaksanaan Cambridge Placement Test (CPT) bagi guru pelatih opsyen BI Pelaksanaan program English OPS di sekolah menengah Pengenalan dan pengukuhan sistem set BI Penubuhan Majlis Standard Kualiti BI Pengukuhan peranan ELTC Pengenalan modul Sastara dalam BI Pelaksanaan Kelas Pemulihan BI di semua sekolah menengah Peluasan peluang immersion BI Pengajaran bahasa tambahan di sekolah menengah Specific needs Penyemakan semula peruntukan guru bagi sekolah berenrolmen rendah Pelaksanaan sarana Peningkatan Sekolah untuk sekolah kurang murid Pemindahan SKM sekiranya dipersetujui oleh komuniti setempat Pembangunan penyelesaian secara perbelajaran jarak jauh bagi SKM Penambahan sekolah K9 Pemilihan lebih banyak guru pelatih dalam kalangan pribumi Pengukuhan kutipan data dan menjalankan kajian berkaitan murid OAM Pemantapan kurikulum KAP dan KEDAP Pembangunan dan pelancaran pembelajaran pintas (accelerated learning) Pembangunan dan pelancaran program pintar cerdas dan bakat Peningkatan enrolmen dalam program pendidikan inklusif Pembangunan alat penilaian dan saringan bagi murid berkeperluan khas Penyediaan kurikulum dan pentaksiran berasaskan tahap kebolehan murid berkeperluan khas Pelaksanaan latihan perguruan yang dibezakan Naik taraf infrastruktur supaya lebih mesra untuk murid berkeperluan khas Pelancaran program Komunikasi Bersepadu untuk meningkatkan kesedaran murid SEN School improvement Pelancaran rintis Program Transformasi Daerah dan peluasan ke seluruh negara Peningkatan keluwesan operasi untuk jadual waktu kurikulum dan pengagihan belanjawan Teachers Pelancaran High Profile Marketing ke arah profession pilihan Piagam Guru (Teacher Charter) termasuk pakej kerjaya dan instrumen penilaian kompetensi Pelaksanaan pelan induk CPD baharu dan pangkalan data pengesanan CPD Peningkatan standard kemasukan guru baharu dan pengecilan saiz kohort Penerusan sokongan bagi melanjutkan pengajian kepada guru Transformasi latihan perguruan praperkhidmatan (IPTA dan IPTS) Transformasi IPG untuk meningkatkan kualiti latihan guru Pelaksanaan kursus induksi kepada guru baharu Pembangunan instrumen penilaian guru baharu berasaskan kompetensi Pembangunan portal dan perpustakaan video eGuru Pensijilan guru Latihan guru dengan kerjasama pihak swasta Penempatan semula guru berprestasi rendah selepas CPD dan kaunseling Kajian semula sumber guru. bilik darja..g. elektrik. unjuran keperluan dan penempatan guru School leaders Piagam Pemimpin Sekolah (Principal Charter) termasuk NPQEL. dan menambahbaik Tawaran Baharu 9 Program Transformasi Daerah. Moral dan Sivik dalam kurikulum Perombakan dan penjenamaan semula Program RIMUP Penerusan dan pengukuhan aktiviti kokurikulum (Kelab Sukan & Permainan.0 merangkumi literasi B. Islam. 25 have been identified as priority initiatives 1 Transformasi pendidikan vokasional. termasuk infrastruktur supaya lebih mesra untuk murid berkeperluan khas 12 Penyediaan 1BestariNet dan perisian ke sekolah 13 Pelaksanaan Belanjawan Berasaskan Outcome (OBB) 14 Penstrukturan Kementerian (fungsi utama) 15 Pengintegrasi data pendidikan untuk penghasilan satu sistem data untuk menambahbaikan dashboard 25 Penukaran sekolah yang padat menjadi sekolah satu sesi priority initiatives 16 Pengukuhan kurikulum Pend. fasiliti sukan. laluan kerjaya. dan menambahbaik Tawaran Baharu Pembangunan dan penyepaduan skim perkhidmatan bagi Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan (PPP) Pengukuhan lapisan pemimpin pertengahan sekolah Penyemakan semula insentif bagi jawatan yang sukar diisi (sekolah berprestasi rendah/ pedalaman) Resource productivity Pengagihan semula RM1 billion dan pengurangan pembaziran Pelaksanakan Belanjawan Berasaskan Outcome (OBB) Pembangunan dan pelaksanaan sistem pengurusan dan pengesanan kewangan Latihan pegawai dalam semula program kewangan Delivery capacity Pengukuhan fungsi teras organisasi dan penstrukturan semula KPM Pengukuhan kepimpinan JPN dan PPD Pengintegrasi data pendidikan untuk penghasilan satu sistem data untuk menambahbaikan dashboard Infrastructure Penyediaan setiap sekolah dan institusi pendidikan dengan bajet penyelenggaraan Naik taraf infrastruktur memenuhi standard infrastruktur asas (e. Moral dan Sivik 17 Perombakan dan penjenamaan semula Program RIMUP 18 Peningkatan enrolmen ke prasekolah berkualiti 19 Transformasi IPG untuk meningkatkan kualiti latihan guru 20 Pelaksanaan HOTS dalam kurikulum.

400 225 100% overall GNI individual NKEA GNI overall private investment enrolment in private preschools children enrolled in private childcare new students enrolled through the buying of places from established schools / operations schools connected at least up to 4Mbps Target English literacy to be determined in June SRI outcomes (2013) Processes completed and uploaded to Ministry website for international.As a Ministry.5% 35% 100% 100% 100% pre school enrolment public pre schools completed Pre-school Standard Quality self assessment High performing schools schools are Bands 6 or 7 schools are Bands 1 or 2 BM literacy in Year 3 numeracy in Year 3 teachers that went through English training improve by one proficiency band NKEA outcomes (2013) RM 960 b RM 37 b RM 148 b 400. the most important outcomes we need to achieve in 2013 are captured in the Ministry Scorecard Blueprint outcomes (2013) 96% 88% 82% 5% 9% 3% primary enrolment lower secondary enrolment upper secondary enrolment 16 year olds enrolled in vocational school reduction in urban-rural gap improvement in UPSR & SPM NKRA outcomes (2013) 87% 100% 110 1. vocational and technical school | 14 .000 56.

AGENDA ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Background to the Blueprint Key findings from the education review Public feedback for the Blueprint Aspirations and 11 shifts of the Blueprint 1Agenda and Ministry Scorecard Delivering differently | 15 .

Hungary.Most education transformation efforts globally fail Only 12 education systems reforms have been successful in the past decade Only 30% of large-scale transformation programs deliver results Percent Hong Kong. Czech Republic. Greece. Long Beach. Russia. Singapore. Korea. Turkey 12 43+ 30 % of efforts failing to achieve target impact 70 Examples 1 43 education systems participating in at least 3 international assessments since 1999 | 16 . Lithuania. Successfully Slovenia. Israel. Stagnated or Scotland. Iceland. Indonesia. Italy. Ireland. Transformed England Austria. Belgium. Tunisia. Colombia. Latvia. Liechtenstein. Romania. France. Saxony. Netherlands. Cyprus. Denmark. Thailand. Iran. Spain. Luxembourg. Switzerland. Mexico. Poland. New Zealand. Slovak Republic. Bulgaria. Norway. Ontario. Boston. Portugal. Declined Sweden. Morocco.

parents.000 English language subject teachers ▪ Optimise costs and learning outcomes for ~2.500 SKMs (many in rural or remote areas) Stakeholder complexity ▪ Requires buy-in from disparate stakeholder groups (unions. fast and complex transformation of the Malaysian education system EXAMPLE Ambition ▪ Aims to move Malaysia from bottom third to top third of school systems globally (with rapid sustained improvement) Timeframe ▪ Spans 13 years and has to remain relevant until 2025 ▪ Needs to produce visible results within 3 years (by 2015) ▪ Roll out new teacher career package to 400. former Ministers) | 17 .000 staff ▪ Upskill ~50.000 teachers (onethird of the civil service) Operational magnitude ▪ Increase JPN and PPD organisation by 2. business leaders.The Blueprint lays out an ambitious. Opposition. NGOs.

Kedah and Sabah improved by 0. 99% of all Year 3 students literate in BM and numerate after 3 years of schooling. for contract work of up to RM 5mn (from RM500K). Both states recorded best performance on UPSR in over eight years. starting with Sabah / Sarawak. Within four months. replacing the prior tenure-based model for selecting and appointing new principals Parent engagement toolkits were distributed to all 10. encompassing 2. and services and supply contracts up to RM5 mn (from RM2.04.07 points respectively versus national average of 0.551 schools. Kedah and Sabah are the two most improved states across Malaysia in 2013.10 Early Wins from the 25 priority initiatives District Transformation Programme Pilot rolled out in Sabah and Kedah. New performance-based selection criteria and merit-based process approved. 42% of the latest intake are high performers with a minimum of 7As achieved in their SPM examination.087 schools in Malaysia. ~70% of the intake achieved minimum of 5As in SPM. giving students access to a steady electricity and water supply. LINUS English rolled out in 2013.000 teachers and ~1 mn students. as well as proper building infrastructure .5mn) Approximately 1608 critical repair projects completed. Baseline literacy for English established at 50% for Year 1 students. literacy rates improved to 63% LINUS IPGM reform Principal charter Parent. signaling the renewed focus on parental engagement as a lever to improve outcomes 5000 English teachers completed up-skilling programmes in language proficiency 4. community & private sector engagement English teacher proficiency TVET Inclusive education Ministry transformation Basic infrastructure Quality of intake improved significantly.06 and 0.2% special education needs students are now enrolled in inclusive education programmes Greater power of representation was provided to JPNs.7% of students are now enrolled at the upper secondary level in technical and vocational training 9. ~89.

• • There can be progress within a fairly short period...with both problems and successes communicated • • Dr. but lead in learning. but steps must be taken to ensure teachers and principals have the skills to do it.. but very good English. but there needed to be hard work on the ground to get headmasters to be better leaders and for teachers to be stronger. Another sign that points towards Malaysia being able to carry its plan for education to fruition was the existence of top performing schools in the country. Principals must not just manage schools. Not many countries in the world do this.. . The aspirations in the blueprint are spot on Malaysia was commendable because it was one of the few countries carrying out an evaluation of its students' proficiency in English. Singapore or Shanghai. Communication with parents and the broader community is the other factor. Michael Fullan Special Advisor to the Premier and Minister of Education. Ontario ▪ ▪ ▪ Malaysia is one of the countries where the results for Mathemetics in the 2012 PISA rankings exhibited the biggest growth. Hanan Khalifa Cambridge English Head Of Research And International Development The Education Ministry is on the right path to bring not just good. • The ingredients in the blueprint were the right ones. There is good evidence in Malaysia. These schools show that it is possible. about five years. "It wants to improve using research. and collect the right evidence to know that it is achieving realistic targets. OECD Prof. Andreas Schleicher Head of the Indicators and Analyses Division.there are world class schools in Malaysia and they show that the highest level of performance is possible.International experts on education reform says… Dr. we don't have to look to Japan.

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BACKUP SLIDE .

The Education Blueprint builds upon the strengths of previous reports and plans as its basis for development 1956 1960 Razak Report Rahman Talib Report Education Development Master Plan 2006-2010 (PIPP) Outlines 6 thrusts to realize Vision 2020 1961 1971 1979 1988 1996 2001 2006 Education Act Tun Hussein Onn Report Cabinet Committee Report National Education Philosophy Education Act Education Development Plan Education Development Master Plan – Nation Building Developing Human Capital Strengthening the National School Bridging the Education Gap Elevating the Teaching Profession Accelerating Excellence of Educational Institutions 5 | 22 – – – – – .

and district officers Teachers Parents Members of the public … across every state | 23 Principals Students .000 Students 500 JPN PPD Officers of people to engaged via townhalls. surveys: Ministry. Surveys 800 Principals 11. roundtables. focus groups. Workshops.000 Teachers 13. state.The Education Blueprint incorporates multiple sources of input 12 4 6 9 Malaysian and UNESCO International Independent Review Panel Members Malaysian Education System Review Blueprint Ministry of Education Taskforce World Bank University (IPTAs) TIMSS Education Labs PISA National Dialogue: Thousands Education Review Focus Groups.

Minister. access.g. JPN. equity) from PM. (i) Improving classroom teaching ii) Enhancing school leadership iii) Raising English proficiency to ambitious targets (e.To maximise chances of success. KPPM. see and feel | 24 . the Ministry will make several changes ▪ Carefully sequence initiatives in three waves until 2025 1 Develop a focused Programme with a few big outcomes ▪ ▪ Initially pursue initiatives suitable for our current starting point (Poor to Fair) Stay focused on a few priorities: e. rewards & consequences ▪ Transparently report performance regularly to help the public and media hold the government accountable 5 Engage and win over MOE and stakeholders ▪ Fully engage external and internal stakeholders (e. JPNs ▪ Set up a small high-powered Blueprint delivery unit within MOE ▪ Establish discipline of rigorous monitoring and problem-solving on delivery ▪ Establish consistent KPIs – from Minister. KSU. PPDs. PPD heads and to schools 4 Intensify internal and external performance management ▪ Follow-though with regular robust performance dialogues.g.g. top leaders to JPN. quality. PPD and schools) ▪ ▪ Develop and reinforce a single constant story on Malaysia’s transformation journey from a Poor to Great education system Communicate compelling early-impact the rakyat can touch. KPPM and KSU ▪ Publicly commit ▪ 2 3 Strengthen Ministry leadership and commitment Establish the Education Delivery Unit (PADU) ▪ Secure unwavering commitment Focus on strengthening 200 pivotal leadership roles in MOE.