TAKLIMAT NKRA’S

BIDANG KEBERHASILAN UTAMA NASIONAL (NATIONAL KEY RESULTS AREAS – NKRAs)

1. MENGURANGKAN KADAR JENAYAH ( Reducing Crime) 2. MEMBANTERAS RASUAH ( Combating Corruption) 3. MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN KEMAMPUAN ( Widening Access to Affordable and Quality Education) 4. MENINGKATKAN TARAF HIDUP RAKYAT (Raising Living Standard of the Poor) 5. MENINGKATKAN PRASARANA LUAR BANDAR (Improving Infrastructure in Rural Areas) 6. MENINGKATKAN MUTU PERKHIDMATAN PENGANGKUTAN AWAM (Improving Public Transportation)

MENTERI PENERAJU NKRAs
1. MENTERI DALAM NEGERI (Mengurangkan Kadar Jenayah) 2. MENTERI DI JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI (Membanteras Rasuah) 3. MENTERI PELAJARAN (Meningkatkan Akses Pendidikan Berkualiti dan Kemampuan) 4. MENTERI PEMBANGUNAN WANITA KELUARGA DAN MASYARAKAT (Meningkatkan Taraf Hidup Rakyat) 5. MENTERI KEMAJUAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH (Meningkat Prasarana Luar Bandar 6. MENTERI PENGANGKUTAN (Meningkat Mutu Perkhidmatan Pengangkutan Awam

BIDANG KEBERHASILAN UTAMA NASIONAL (NATIONAL KEY RESULTS AREAS – NKRAs)

1. MENGURANGKAN KADAR JENAYAH ( Reducing Crime) 2. MEMBANTERAS RASUAH ( Combating Corruption) 3. MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN KEMAMPUAN ( Widening Access to Affordable and Quality Education) 4. MENINGKATKAN TARAF HIDUP RAKYAT (Raising Living Standard of the Poor) 5. MENINGKATKAN PRASARANA LUAR BANDAR (Improving Infrastructure in Rural Areas) 6. MENINGKATKAN MUTU PERKHIDMATAN PENGANGKUTAN AWAM (Improving Public Transportation)

NKRAs (3) MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN BERKEMAMPUAN (Widening Access to Affordable and Quality Education)

NKRAs - MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN BERKEMAMPUAN (Widening Access to Affordable and Quality Education)
KPI 1. Peningkatan kadar penyertaan murid prasekolah sebanyak 20% pada akhir tahun 2012 dengan memasukkan semua prasekolah kerajaan dan swasta dalam sistem pendidikan kebangsaan. 2. Semua murid normal boleh menguasai asas kemahiran literasi dan numerasis selepas tiga tahun mengikuti pendidikan rendah pada akhir tahun 2012. 3. Membangunkan 100 buah sekolah berprestasi tinggi termasuk Trust Schools menjelang 2012 4. Mewujudkan ganjaran baru (new deals) berdasarkan penilaian berasaskan pretasi (performance – based assessment) kepada pemimpin sekolah.

MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN BERKEMAMPUAN ( Widening Access to Quality Education and Affordable) MKRA

5. Semua sekolah mendapat bekalan elektrik 24 jam pada tahun 2011. 6. Peningkatan kadar penyertaan murid di aliran kemahiran dan vokasional pada tahun 2015.

NKRA & MKRA BIDANG PENDIDIKAN
JENAYAH RASUAH INFRASTRUKTUR DI PEDALAMAN MISKIN TEGAR AKSES PENDIDIKAN
PRASEKOLAH LINUS SEKOLAH BERPRESTASI TINGGI PENYERTAAN VOKASIONAL & KEMAHIRAN

SEMUA SEKOLAH MENDAPAT ELEKTRIK 24 JAM

NEW- DEALS

PENGANGKUTAN AWAM

MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN BERKEMAMPUAN ( Widening Access to Quality Education and Affordable)

Sub-MKRA
5. Elektrik 24 jam
(luar bandar tahun 2011)

Sub-NKRA
1. Prasekolah
(Peningkatan 20% akhir 2012)

2. Literasi & Numerasi
(Tahun 4 tahun 2012)

6. Kemahiran & Vokasional
(100% tahun 2015)

3. Sekolah Berprestasi Tinggi
(100 sekolah tahun 2012)

4. New-Deals /Bai’ah
(Performance-based assessment)

STRUKTUR ORGANISASI PELAKSANAAN NKRA & MKRA KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA
MENTERI PELAJARAN KSU KPM PERFORMANCE & PLANNING TEAM (PPT) PEGAWAI KPI

NKPI 1

NKPI 2

NKPI 3

NKPI 4

MKPI 5

MKPI 6

HUBUNGAN MKRAs DENGAN PELAN INDUK PEMBANGUNAN PENDIDIKAN (PIPP)
MKRAs

MEMBINA NEGARA BANGSA

MEMBINA MODAL INSAN

MEMPERKASA KAN SK

MERAPAT KAN JURANG

MEMARTABATKAN PROFESION KEGURUAN

KECEMERLANGAN INSTITUSI PENDIDIKAN

PRASEKOLAH

ELEKTRIK 24 JAM

NEW-DEALS

SEKOLAH BERPRESTASI TINGGI

LITERASI NUMERASI PENYERTAAN VOKASIONAL & KEMAHIRAN

TANGGUNGJAWAB TASK FORCE PENDIDIKAN PRASEKOLAH Peningkatan kadar penyertaan murid prasekolah sebanyak 20% pada akhir tahun 2012 dengan memasukkan semua prasekolah kerajaan dan swasta dalam sistem pendidikan kebangsaan.

NKRAs : MELUASKAN AKSES PENDIDIKAN BERKUALITI DAN BERKEMAMPUAN. (Widening Access to Affordable and Quality Education).

KPI : Peningkatan Kadar Penyertaan Murid Prasekolah Sebanyak 20% pada Akhir Tahun 2012 Dengan Memasukkan Semua Prasekolah Kerajaan dan Swasta Dalam Sistem Pendidikan Kebangsaan.

STRATEGI PELAKSANAAN
PENINGKATAN PENYERTAAN MURID PRASEKOLAH SEBANYAK 20% MELALUI TINDAKAN BERIKUT: 1. Menambah bilangan kelas Prasekolah di kawasan berpenduduk padat (keperluan tinggi), bandar (urban poor), luar bandar dan pedalaman. 2. Menyediakan Program Latihan Guru Prasekolah (mod LPBS/KPLI) kepada siswazah menganggur untuk ditempatkan di kelas Prasekolah kerajaan (KPM/KEMAS/Perpaduan). 3. Menambahbaik Kurikulum Prasekolah Kebangsaan dengan menambah waktu P&P Bahasa Inggeris. 4. Memasukkan komponen Bahasa Iban (Sarawak), Kadazan (Sabah) dan Semai (Semenanjung) dalam Kurikulum Prasekolah Kebangsaan.

STRATEGI PELAKSANAAN
PENINGKATAN PENYERTAAN SEBANYAK 20% MELALUI TINDAKAN BERIKUT: 5. Mengambil lepasan SPM sebagai Pembantu Pengurusan Murid (PPM) di kelas Prasekolah. 6. Menyediakan kemudahan kemasukan murid Prasekolah ke asrama harian di kawasan pedalaman. 7. Menyediakan kemudahan pengangkutan kepada murid Prasekolah mengikut keperluan lokasi.

KEUTAMAAN PENINGKATAN PENYERTAAN PRASEKOLAH BERDASARKAN BIG WIN IDEAS
1. HIGH Menambah bilangan kelas Prasekolah di kawasan berpenduduk padat (keperluan tinggi), bandar (urban poor), luar bandar dan pedalaman. 2. Menyediakan Program Latihan Guru Prasekolah (mod – LPBS/KPLI) kepada siswazah menganggur untuk ditempatkan di kelas Prasekolah kerajaan (KPM/ KEMAS/ Perpaduan). Menambahbaik Kurikulum Prasekolah Kebangsaan dengan menambah waktu P&P Bahasa Inggeris. Memasukkan komponen Bahasa Iban (Sarawak), Kadazan (Sabah) dan Semai (Semenanjung) dalam Kurikulum Prasekolah Kebangsaan. Mengambil lepasan SPM sebagai Pembantu Pengurusan Murid (PPM) di kelas prasekolah. Menyediakan kemudahan kemasukan murid Prasekolah ke asrama harian di kawasan pedalaman. Menyediakan kemudahan pengangkutan kepada murid Prasekolah terutamanya di kawasan kurang penduduk untuk dimasukkan ke kelas Prasekolah berpusat/ kompleks prasekolah.

1 6 5

3 2

3.

Impact

4.

4

7
5. 6.

LOW 7. LOW Ease of implementation Prioritised Big Wins Selected Big Wins HIGH

Pelan Tindakan
1. Kurikulum Prasekolah Kebangsaan (KPK) 2. Guru Prasekolah KPM

2009

2010

2011

2012

Siap dan diedar mulai 15 Sept. 09 Kursus KSPK mulai Nov. 09 Iklan Jawatan – Sept. 09 Temuduga – Okt. 09 Penempatan - 28 Dis. 09 (Bekalan sedia ada/baru) KPLI – Jan 2010 KPLI – Jan 2011

3. Pembantu Pengurusan Murid (PPM) KPM

Penempatan 1 Dis. 09 Penempatan 1 Dis. 2010 Penempatan 1 Dis. 2011

4. Kelas Prasekolah KPM

315 kelas

363 kelas

363 kelas

5. Kemudahan Asrama Prasekolah 6. Pengangkutan murid Prasekolah KPM 7. Bahasa Etnik di kelas Prasekolah KPM

Mulai 2010 Menggunakan Kemudahan asrama sedia ada Mulai Jan. 2011 Penyesuaian kurikulum sedia ada kegunaan murid Prasekolah KPM - Laksana mulai 2011.

AGENSI PELAKSANA
1. KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (PRASEKOLAH) 2. KEMENTERIAN PEMBANGUNAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH (KEMAS) 3. JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI (PERPADUAN) 4. PIHAK SWASTA (TADIKA) 5. JABATAN PERKHIDAMATAN AWAM

CADANGAN PENINGKATAN 20% PENYERTAAN MURID PRASEKOLAH 2010 - 2012
BIL PERKARA TAHUN 2009 PERTAMBAHAN 20% JUMLAH 2012

1 2

MURID KELAS

342706 22810

68550 2742

411256 25552

* Pertambahan 20% berdasarkan jumlah murid

NKRA : NKRA : Widening Access to Quality and Affordable Education NKPI 3.2:
All children without any learning difficulty will acquire basic literacy and numeracy after 3 years of primary education by the Year 2012

3R

Skill Understand and use Able to read, write and understand

Year 1 minimum of 500 simple common words.
 

Year 2 minimum of 800 simple common words. simple & compound sentences with the conjunction ‘dan’.
 

Year 3 minimum of 1000 simple common words. simple & compound sentences with the conjunction ‘dan’ in short paragraphs.
 

Read Write

simple sentences

Arithmatic Read, write,
Wholecount and Numbersorder

numbers up to 50

numbers up to 100

numbers up to 1000

BasicKnow Operations

Basic addition and subtraction facts

Basic addition and Basic addition and subtraction, multiplication subtraction, multiplication (for 2, 5 & 10) and (for 3,4,6,7,8 & 9) and division (for 2, 5 & 10) division (for 3,4,6,7,8 & 9) 

ApplicationAble to

BASIC LITERACY

Count money up to & NUMERACY RM10  State time of day  Measure length of objects in relative units

Count money up to RM100 Count money up to  State time in hours on an RM50  State time in hours on analogue clock  Measure length of objects an analogue clock  Measure length of in correct units (in cm only) objects in correct units 

Big Win Ideas
High 1.3 1.2 4.2 1.4 1.1
1.1 Screening test for pupils in Year 1 1.2 Development of appropriate materials for L&N programmes 1.3 Conduct on-going formative assessment for pupils involved in the programmes every 4 months (3Xs a year). 1.4 One-on-one coaching for identified pupils. 2.1 Upskill teachers in the running L&N support programmes 3.1 Awareness-raising roadshows and training for parents and school heads 3.2 Parent and community participation in L&N pprogrammes 4.1 Monitoring of curriculum compliance in schools 4.2 Enhancing curriculum monitoring and supervision at state, district and school levels

2.1 4.1

Impact

3.2 3.1

Low Low Ease of Implementation High

Big Wins

Prioritised Big Wins

2009

2010

S O N D J F MA MJ J O S O N D J F MA GANTT CHART
Material Devpt.
Build LINUS 1 Build Modules
19-22/10; 9-13/11 & 30/11-2/12

LINUS 1 1 – 5/3

LINUS 2 5 – 9/7

LINUS 3 25 – 29/10

P&P Mods : 29/9-2/10; 1215/10; 26-29/10 & 9-12/11 Training Mods: 19-23/10; 2930/10 & 4-6/11

Build LINUS 2

5–8/4;19–22/4;10–13/5; 24– 27/5; 7-10/6 & 21-24/6

Teacher Training

Central Trainers
16 – 18/11

Central Trainers
12 – 15/7

State Trainers

7 – 12/12

18 – 28/1 & 8 – 25/1 5/5 – 5/6

Yr 1 Teachers

On-site Support JPN/ PPD Roadshow / TV/Radio

CommunityJPN/ PPD Roadshow / TV/ Involvement11/11 – 16/12 Radio
GBs/ PIBG
18/11 – 29/12

GBs/ PIBG Briefing School Visits & Monitoring
26/4 – 10/9

Monitoring & Supervision

13 – 15 /4

1 – 6/6

Data Analysis/ Reports

4 – 8/10

Data Analysis/ Reports

OS 24000 RM140400 2009 OS 29000 RM1,507,800

OS 21000 RM895000

TOTAL: RM 2,543,200

Budget
OS 21000 RM7,565,000 2010 OS 24000 RM175,200

TOTAL: RM 45,402,637 OS 29000 RM37,654,937

OS 27000 RM7,500

LINUS SUPPORT PROGRAMME FRAMEWORK
LINUS 1 LINUS 2 LINUS 3

SCORE >60

Cohort Mainstream
SCORE >60 SCORE >60

SCORE 10 – 60

LINUS SUPPORT PROGRAMME

SCORE 10 – 60

LINUS SUPPORT PROGRAMME

SCORE <10

SCREENING FOR LEARNING DIFFICULTIES BY EXPERTS

SPECIAL LINUS PROGRAMME (one-on-one support)

CHALLENGES & SOLUTIONS

Identify pupils with special needs

Use LINUS score  Involve medical experts or other specialists in screening process

• Management of support programme in mixed ability classes • Monitoring of schools by a limited task force

• •

Deploy teacher assistants Involve parent volunteers

Involve monitors from agencies inside and outside MOE  Outsource monitoring to the private sector Hold dialogues with PTAs & community leaders  Publicity through mass/popular media

• Effective parental & community involvement

• Remedial education skills among teachers

Workshops & short courses for teachers  Online support for teachers

HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

WIDENING ACCESS TO QUALITY AND AFFORDABLE EDUCATION – NKRA3

•QUALITY – TO BE RECOGNISED IN THE GLOBAL ARENA •AFFORDABLE – GOVERNMENT & GOVERNMENT- AIDED SCHOOLS

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MIGRATING THROUGH STANDARDS OF ACHIEVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
HPS is defined as schools with ethos, character and a unique identity which enable the schools to excel in all aspects of education. These schools have strong and excellent work cultures and dynamic national human capital for holistic and continuous development in addition to being able to compete in the international arena, hence becoming the school of choice.
•Upward trend academic achievement (take-off value: min. 80% in the public examinations) ; • Malaysian Standard Quality of Education (min. 90% achievement in all dimensions); • Recipient of national and international awards; • Develop leaders with towering personalities; • Benchmark and reference point for both local and international schools; • Smart Partnership with the community • Network with both local and international schools • Linkages with local and international institutions of higher learning. HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

MIGRATING TO

HPS :
CLUSTER RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS ASC PREMIER SMART SCHOOLS DAY SCHOOLS TRUST SCHOOLS

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PERCENTAGE 90 – 100 % 80 – 89 %

LEVEL
5 – STAR 4 – STAR

CATEGORY HPS/ TRUST SCHOOL CLUSTER/ SBP/ PREMIER/ SMART SCHOOL/ TECHNICAL/ RELIGIOUS/ DAY SCHOOL/ TRUST SCHOOL SBP/ PREMIER/ SMART SCHOOL/ TECHNICAL/ RELIGIOUS/ DAY SCHOOL/ FELDA/ TRUST SCHOOL PREMIER/ SMART SCHOOL/ TECHNICAL/ RELIGIOUS/ DAY SCHOOL/ FELDA/ SPECIAL EDUCATION/ TRUST SCHOOL RELIGIOUS/ DAY SCHOOL/ FELDA/ SPECIAL EDUCATION/ SKM/ ASLI/ FELDA/ TRUST SCHOOL

70 – 79 %

3 - STAR

60 - 69 %

2 - STAR

50 – 59 %

1 - STAR

SOP/BPSBPSK/12809/SBT

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SCHOOL QUALITY PYRAMID (CURRENT)
90 %
TRUST SCHOOL

80 %
MIGRATION THROUGH STANDARDS OF ACHIEVEMENT
TRUST SCHOOL

70 %
TRUST SCHOOL

60 %
TRUST SCHOOL

50 %
TRUST SCHOOL SOP/BPSBPSK/12809/SBT

30

SCHOOL QUALITY PYRAMID (ASPIRED)
TRUST SCHOOL(TS)

90 %

/TRUST SCHOOL(TS)

80 %

70 %
/TRUST SCHOOL (TS)

60 %
/TS

50 %
SOP/BPSBPSK/12809/SBT /TS

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PRIORITISED BIG WINS FOR HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS
1.
HIGH

4 98

6 3 2 1 5 7

Announce High-Performing Schools (HPS) at the end of December every year. Performance based incentives for HPS head teachers and teachers. Advocate fast-tracking to gifted students. 10% of the students from HPS will be accepted into the most competitive universities. All HPS will implement school-based management (Finance, curriculum and teacher selection ). 50% of the HPS will conduct external examinations eg. (New South Wales Examination Certificates) and the results will be published. 100% of the HPS will be evaluated by an independent body and the results will be published (academic). 100% of the HPS will be audited by independent body and the results will be published. (Qualified Auditors). 50% of HPS teaching staff will comprise excellent 32 teachers.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Impact

6.

LOW LOW Ease of implementation Prioritised Big Wins Selected Big Wins HIGH

7.

8.

9.

Obtaining HPS status will only be achievable to schools meeting the stringent requirements
Objectives Excellent academic achievement Examples

Ensure that academic achievement meets the level of the best schools in Malaysia

All HPS should fall within the top 80% of national examination averages for schools

High quality of school

Ensure that non-academic achievement, and school environment is taken into consideration Ensure continuous production of future towering personalities as in the past.

SKPM of 90% and above a prerequisite

Towering Personalities

Prime Minister, top-notch academicians and professionals

Internationally benchmarked

Ensure that school is continuously benchmarked locally and internationally.

Visits by Ministers, academicians and professionals from within in and outside the countries. Exchange of best practices, staff and students exchange programme , virtual linkages. Credit transfer and joint action research, sharing of facilities and amenities.

Network with other schools

Ensure extensive networking with local and international institutions of learning.

Linkages with institutions of higher learning

Ensure continued working relationship with institutions of higher learning that benefit both parties.

HPS schools will obtain the following privileges, rewards and operating modes
Description Example

▪ Increased autonomy in decision-making,
Autonomy school operations, and selecting/ hiring teachers

▪ Teach any syllabus, flexi -time
table and school based assessment ▪ Use multiple modes of instruction-IT based ▪ Financial management

Financial rewards/ allocation

▪ Rewards / allocation for schools, school
leaders, and teachers

▪ RM 700,000 per school ▪ RM 1,000 per Principals/teachers for
Secondary schools ▪ RM 700 per Headmasters/teachers for Primary schools

Training and capability building

▪ Allow greater range of options for human ▪ Sabbatical for Head teachers
capital development after 2 years ▪ Tailor programme according to need analysis study

Fast tracking of students

▪ Allow greater range of options for human ▪ Compressed Syllabus (for eg. For
capital development Primary level- 50% Yr2 done in Yr1 and another 50% done in Yr 3.

Process of obtaining HPS status

Categorization of schools

Excellent schools apply for status

First stage screening (GPS+SKPM (verified)

Basic requirements

- 70% GPS - 30% SKPM

1. Linkages 2. Networking 3.Towering personality 4. Benchmarking 5. Awards

Second stage screening (Additional Annexes)

Annual review

Announce New HPS annually

We have conducted focus groups with relevant stakeholders, who are supportive of the HPS concept
‘….we’re excited on the prospects of receiving full autonomy, with continuous professional development….’ ‘….we believe these mechanism will enhance our career progression opportunities and ensure accountability…..’

Principals/ Headmaster

Unions

‘….this (autonomy) has been something that we have been pushing for many years, good to hear that the Government is wishing the same now…..” ‘….teacher contribution must be recognized and rewarded accordingly….in addition to their welfare….’

Subject Matter Experts

‘….Malaysia’s education system, even though has produced good human capital thus far, could do a lot more to increase student attainment and relevant skills in preparation for a dynamic and changing world….” ‘….school autonomy is the way to go……as evidenced by top performing schools around the world…..’

Public

‘….we hope this time the Goverment is serious in doing good to the education system (in view of how other countries are adapting education to the needs of the economy and future challenges), and recognize that much could be done to improve curriculum and teacher quality…..” ‘…this should not be another political experiment…..education must transcend beyond politics…our children are the most precious and important capital and cannot be tempered with……..

CHALLENGES
1. Finance; 2. Lack of trained officials for monitoring and evaluating HPS; 3. The Education Circulars (Rules & Regulations); 4. Rigid Bureaucracy; 5. Attitude, Management skills and Leadership qualities .

SOLUTIONS
1. Financial allocation parental involvement, smart partnership, sponsorship for students; 2. Decentralizing and expanding Federal Inspectorates (Nazir), Create New Sector, Provide Schools with relevant information; 3. Review and amend Education Circulars (Rules & Regulations); 4. Concept Paper to reduce bureaucracy; 5. Provide relevant leadership and management training.

HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

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DETAILS Preparation of HPS : -Concept Paper -Selection Criteria Instrument, -Interview Protocol HPS Cohort 1 (C1)Selection Meetings Meetings

BUDGET (RM)

JULY

AUG

SEPT

OCT

NOV

DEC

Coordination

27 July to 11 September

HPS Concept Paper Briefing To : Selected HPS Head teachers , MOE, state Education Officers HPS C1 Head teachers Interview

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40,000.00
5-8

Leadership training 12-16

222,000.00
Meetings and Workshops to prepare: -Leadership Training Module -HPS Handouts and brochures -Head teachers KPI -Instrument for Evaluating School-based Management -Concept papers for: i.School-based Management, ii.Fast Track for gifted students, iii.students to fast track according to interests and iv.Credit Transfer from school to university 14 Sept-31 Dec

685,600.00

HPS Launching Ceremony 2009 HPS ACTION PLAN GANTT CHART (Tentative) 479,800.00 HPS Press conference Meet The Clients Day TOTAL 21 50,000.00 1,477,400.00 30 Oct-1Nov

HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

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2010 HPS ACTION PLAN GANTT CHART (Tentative)
DETAILS HPS New Sector Salary Asset (Schools & Sector) School-based Management Briefing to Head teachers, MOE, State Education Departments BUDGET (RM)
5,390,364.00

JAN 1

FEB

MAC

APR

MAY

JUN

JULY

AUG

SEPT

OCT

NOV

DEC

65,000.00 18-20

Training: HPS Finance and Accounts Management Course for support staff Meeting for Preparing: -HPS Benchmarking Checklist -HPS teacher training module

236,000.00 25-28

111,800.00

Jan. -Feb.

Training: HPS C1 teachers Coordination Meetings between HPS C1 and Sector HPS C2 Selection Meeting HPS C2 Selection Interview for Head teachers Monitoring & Evaluation: -Preparing HPS C1 Evaluation Reports -HPS C1 Evaluation Reports Meeting

600,000.00

16-18

5-7 5

3-5 5 6 27-30 4-8 1st Evalua tion 2nd Evalua tion

30,600.00

156,279.00

5,390,364.00

65,000.00

HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

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2010 HPS ACTION PLAN GANTT CHART (Tentative)
DETAILS HPS Conference Announcing: HPS C1 ranking HPS C2 Selection list Special allocation & Bonus 15,050,867.00 25 BUDGET (RM) JAN FEB MAC APR MAY JUN JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV 1-3 409,600.00 DEC

Meet The Clients Day (Road Show) 25,000.00 HPS Concept paper and Schoolbased Management Briefing to HPS C2 Head teachers HPS C2 Leadership Training 250,000.00

26-28

6-9 40,000.00

13-17

Training: HPS C2 teachers 699,000.00

13-17

TOTAL

24,561,910

HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

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Training RM2,052,00 0 Special Allocations: •Human Capital Dev.Programmes •International Prog. •Maintenance •Training& Coaching •Asset and Inventory •RM 14,000,000

Asset RM4,236,50 0 Salary & Allowance RM1,153,86 4

2010 HPS BUDGET RM24,561, 910

2010 HPS BUDGET

Bonus RM 1,050,867

Meeting / Briefing / Launching Ceremony RM 1,947,020
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HIGH PERFORMING SCHOOLS

NKRA NO. 3 : EDUCATION
Aspiration : Widening Access to Quality and Affordable Education Sub-NKRA No. 4 : Head Teachers Quality

NKPI
NEW DEALS/BAI’AH THROUGH PERFORMANCE BASED ASSESSMENT (PBA) TO EVALUATE SCHOOL HEADS (PRINCIPALS AND HEAD TEACHERS) BY 2010

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF NEW DEALS/BAI’AH THROUGH PERFORMANCE BASED ASSESSMENT (PBA) TO EVALUATE SCHOOL HEADS (PRINCIPALS AND HEAD TEACHERS)
1.S.O.O’s 2.D.E.O’s NEW DEALS 1.SETTING THE CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION 2.CONSULTATI ON/NEGOTIAT ION 3.CONTRACT/ BAI’AH PROMOTIO N 1.SECRETAR IAT 2.S.O.O’s 3.D.E.O’s 4.SCHOOL MONITORI NG 1.SECRETAR IAT 2.S.O.O’s 3.D.E.O’s 4.SCHOOL EVALUATION 1. SCHOOL GRADE AVERAGE (SGA/GPS) – 70% 2. STANDARD QUALITY EDUCATION MALAYSIA (SQEM/SKPM) – 30% ON TARGET/ BELOW TARGET EXIT FOR THREE(3) CONSECUTIVE YEARS

SIGNIFICA NTLY EXCEED TARGET (ST)

REWARDS MONETARY: • INDIVIDUAL • GROUP/TEAM NON MONETARY: • ACCELERATE D PROMOTION • ATTACHMENT WITH REPUTABLE INSTITUTIONS

EXCEED TARGET (ET)

TRAININ G IAB

MODUS OPERANDI
KEY-IN DATA BY EDUCATIONAL PLANNING & RESEARCH DIVISION (EPRD/BPPDP )

SGA/GPS (70%)

EMIS

PROCESS VERIFICATI ON D.E.O’s

PROCESS VALIDATI ON JNJK S.E.O’s 1. LNPT (> 90%) 2. UNCONDITIO NAL AUDIT 3. DISCIPLINE

ENDORSEMENT BY SECRETARIAT 1. ST 2. ET DECISION MAKING PROCESS NEW DEAL COMMITTEE FINAL SELECTION NON PERFORMING

HEAD TEACHERS LINUS (> 89%) * FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

KEY-IN DATA BY HEAD TEACHERS SQEM/SKPM (30%) MONETARY

PERFORMING

NON MONETARY REWARDS AFTER 3 YEARS

RETRAINING AND UPSKILLING

PUNITIVE ACTION WILL BE TAKEN TO HT AFTER 3 YEARS

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Calculation of Reward to Teachers
(reward ST = RM7,000)
a) N = 10 ppl N = 40 ppl RM7000 x 1/5 x 10 ppl RM7000 x 1/5 x 40 ppl = RM14,000 = RM56,000 20% = high flyers 60% = moderate 20% = weak b) 20/100 x 10 = 2 ppl 20/100 x 40 = 8 ppl 60/100 x 10 = 6 ppl 60/100 x 40 = 24 ppl c) 2 ppl = 40% reward 8 ppl = 40% reward 6 ppl = 60% reward 24 ppl = 60% reward d) (40/100 x RM14,000) (40/100 x RM56,000) =RM5600/2 =RM22,400/8 =RM2800 = RM2800 (60/100 x RM14,000) (60/100 x RM56,000) =RM8400/6 =RM 33,600/24 = RM1400 = RM1400

Primary School

Secondary School

(reward ST = RM12,000)

a) N = 10 ppl N = 90 ppl RM12,000 x 1/5 x 10 ppl RM12,000 x 1/5 x 90 ppl = RM24,000 = RM216,000 20% = high flyers 60% = moderate 20% = weak b) 20/100 x 10 = 2 ppl 20/100 x 90 = 18 ppl 60/100 x 10 = 6 ppl 60/100 x 90 = 54 ppl c) 2 ppl = 40% reward 18ppl = 40% reward 6 ppl = 60% reward 54ppl = 60% reward d) (40/100 x RM24,000) (40/100 x RM216,000) = RM 9600/2 = RM 86,400/18 = RM4800 = RM4800 (60/100 x RM24,000) (60/100 x RM216,000) = RM 14400/6 = RM 129,600/54 = RM2400 = RM2400

PROPOSED REWARDS OF NEW DEALS/BAI’AH THROUGH PERFORMANCE BASED ASSESSMENT (PBA) TO EVALUATE SCHOOL HEADS (PRINCIPALS AND HEAD TEACHERS) AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR 2011-2013

NEW DEALS/BAI’AH ACHIEVEMENT CATEGORY PRIMARY SCHOOL

VALUE OF REWARD/FINANCIAL REWARDS (RM)

YEAR SECONDARY SCHOOL

HEAD TEACHERS SCHOOL

PRINCIPALS

SCHOOL

2011

2012

2013

Exceed Target (ET)

7000

70,000

12,000

270,000

18.186 mil

35.61 mil

55.32 mil

1%

2%

3%

Significantly Exceed Target (SET)

10,000

100,000

18,000

405,000

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