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Reforming the Ministry to improve education An institutional analysis of the Ministry of Education and Sports (MOES) of Nepal
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The study has two main objectives: first, to assess the overall capacity of MOES, its staff and constituent bodies in relation to their mandates, roles and responsibilities; second, to guide the conceptualization and preparation of a human resource development plan (HRDP) for MOES to support the central goal of quality improvement under the Basic and Primary Education Programme (second phase) (BPEP II).
The Basic and Primary Education Programme (BPEP I – first phase) had three overall aims: (a) enhanced educational access amongst those traditionally excluded from basic and primary education; (b) improved quality of primary education and (c) strengthened institutional management. While some progress has been achieved, these three objectives are still to be fully satisfied and remain key targets within BPEP II – second phase.
However, unlike its predecessor, the focus within BPEP II is much more on processes and results than technical and physical inputs. In this regard, there has been a growing realization of the critical role of institutions and organizations in the overall process of educational development. The Programme Implementation Plan (PIP), for instance, stated that enhanced educational access and improved learning achievement of children could not be achieved without strengthening the capacity of schools and their governing bodies.
Capacity building is necessary in a wide range of areas such as educational planning, educational administration, staff development, decision making processes and communication systems, monitoring and evaluation. Ultimately, institutional capacity building is concerned with, and must lead directly to, improved teaching and learning in classrooms. This study is an attempt to highlight the institutional and staff development factors considered as essential for promoting quality development in the education system.
UNESCO ,   (2004 )
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Progress Report in English
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 UNESCO : Educational, Scientific and Cultural
11.01.00  -  Educational Policy And Planning
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