PART I WHAT IS SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL SGC
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PART I WHAT IS SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL (SGC)? SCHOOL GOVERNANCE
A sustainable governance structure in school should A sustainable governance produce andshould effective structurestable in school produce stable and effective leadership which underpins achievement of the school’s objectives which objectives and which isand sensitive is sensitive to guarding the vision and values of the past, while being responsive to changes in community values and the community and the preferencesvalues of the immediate preferences stakeholders. of the immediate
Basic Concepts: Shared Leadership Shared Commitment Shared Accountability
SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL MISSION STATEMENT The School Governing Council of Tagum National Trade School seeks to collaboratively work with school staff and the entire school community in incorporating learning resources into the improvement processes of the school to ensure continuous enhancement of student learning outcomes.
PART II: GETTING STARTED q q Organization Process Election Process and First Business Meeting SGCs may have the following officers: 1. Chairperson 2. Vice-Chairperson 3. Secretary 4. Treasurer 5. Auditor 6. Chief Executive Officer (School Head) q Installation Process
Assessment � Monitoring and Evaluation �Monitoring generally means to be aware of the state of a system. It is a continuing collection of data to provide management and stakeholders with indications of progress on outputs and achievement of outcomes. �It refers to the regular gathering and analysis of information to assist timely decision making, ensuring accountability by providing the basis for evaluation.
Assessment � Monitoring and Evaluation �Evaluation is the process of learning from the results and impact of the program, either to improve the design during its implementation or to apply its lessons learned to future projects or programs. �It is the process of determining the value or significance of a development activity, policy or program to determine the relevance of objectives, the effectiveness of design and implementation, the efficiency of resource use, and the sustainability of results.