Improving accountability in education: the importance of structured democratic voice, http://huebler.blogspot.fr/2008/03/global-population-of-primary-school-age.html, https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.74, https://www.ndus.edu/uploads/reports/65/roundtable-linking-nd-and-its-university-system-2003.pdf, http://ilearnpakistan.org/pdf/Education-Emergency-Pakistan-Report-2011.pdf, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12564-019-09599-9. It is only through collective engagement that educational aims and policy goals can be achieved. 22(2), 147–171. A presumed advantage of the short route was its ability to overcome the principal–agent problem (Lateef 2016). Individuals cannot and should not be held solely accountable for such shared responsibilities. Lingard, B., Sellar, S., & Lewis, S. (2017). Second, governments may be disinterested in incorporating non-official voices in the decision-making process. Deliberativeness was also a concern as inaccurate or unreadable documentation undermined the quality of the board discussions. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The history of school accountability first tells us that the idea and its principles have strong parentage. Such a process of constructive deliberation differs from the dominant short- and long-route approaches to accountability, in which rigid boundaries among the three groups are maintained. 20, 193–205 (2019). (2018) point out, the short route considers a limited range of actors and these actors are expected to work individually and independently from one another, leading the approach to discount the power of larger civil society. 2004 World Development Report: Making services work for poor people. The prominent role played by test scores to assess quality creates a reality in which “testing has become synonymous with accountability, which becomes synonymous with education quality” (Smith 2016b, p. 7). A recent GPE-commissioned evaluation of 39 JSRs held between July 2014 and December 2015 highlights the fact that stakeholder participation is uneven (Martinez et al. Paper presented at the Association for Educational Assessment—Europe, Stockholm. Towards sustainable, collective and participatory accountability in Education 2030. It is assumed that those providing services—teachers and, to a lesser extent, school leaders—need to be managed and to “demonstrate publicly that they fulfil accountability requirements” (Larsen 2005, p. 300). Parents’ associations were present in only one-third of the reviews; teachers’ unions in less than half of JSRs. The WDR accountability framework details relationships between clients, providers, and policy makers (Lateef 2016), and consists of two paths to accountability: the long route and the short route. (Eds.). A school management system will provide accurate details about financing, academics, students and staff behavior so your administration efforts can be diverted to the most sensitive areas. ... which I have cross-referenced for public school parents and community stakeholders. 3(1), 3–15. Smith, W. C. (2016c). This included protests by the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union: Governmental policy makers wanted to show people the government’s big efforts to bring innovative change among teachers, but it has resulted in no positive fruit. Accountabilities in schools and school systems. World Development, formId: "eb84cd23-c21e-4182-afdb-e4c45cf46112" While research is needed to identify which conditions best support the inclusion of structured democratic voice into an accountability system, several obstacles are clear. Representativeness was a concern throughout. If the national ownership of JSRs is to improve they need less focus on donor concerns and more on planning and implementation issues. Steer, L., & Smith, K. (2015). Inclusiveness and deliberativeness are about who is included in the process and the quality of the dialogue. 17(2), 199–215. 2017). In the initial consultation only 5% of the city’s citizens participated. Unfortunately, teacher union participation in education decision making is unusual—not only in Latin America, but in other regions. At such meetings, local authorities are trained on an integrated information system that provides input into electronic school report cards. Can high stakes testing leverage educational improvement? With the unprecedented spread of international, regional, and national assessments (Smith 2014; Kamens and Benavot 2011), student test scores have become the preferred way to report on education outcomes, thereby establishing and legitimizing a ‘global testing culture’ (Smith 2016a). Background paper for the 2017-18 Global Education Monitoring Report. Education 2030: Incheon declaration and framework for action. The continuing politics of mistrust: Performance management and the erosion of professional work. The legislation moved through the U.S. House of Representatives with 263 votes. Journal of Educational Change, Simkins, T. (2000). Preconditions for successful accountability in education. Accountability also entails a shift from a focus on educational inputs and enabling conditions to one on outputs, outcomes, and results (Perie et al. Education reform and managerialism: Comparing the experiences of schools and colleges. Removing the mystery can help everyone see why the district does what it does. Thus, adopting appropriate complimentary approaches leads to the best results (Dewachter et al. Notwithstanding the challenges of creating and implementing internally focused accountability systems, based on shared responsibility and actively engaged stakeholders, such systems are more likely to contribute to real gains in education, including progress on ambitious education targets (Fullan 2011). The role of PISA in shaping hegemonic educational discourses, policies, and practices: The case of Spain. 12(2), 151–171. OECD Journal: Economic Studies, The rise and fall of worldwide education inequality from 1870 to 2010: Measurement and trends. Themes in the current accountability literature are then revisited in light of these examples. Dorius, S. F. (2012). Education, accountability, and ethical demand: Can the democratic of accountability be regained? Examples include Colombia’s review of its National Development Plan (OECD 2016) and Mexico’s independent election administration (Avritzer 2002). 1, efforts of education actors are influenced by the amount of trust present, as well as the economic, political, and social context. The global transformation toward testing for accountability. In W. C. Smith (Ed. 2018, p. 168) and helps avoid incoherency across responsibilities while promoting ownership in the larger education goals (Fancy and Razzaq 2017). Regardless of the ingenuity of the accountability approach, if actors lack key conditions, no approach will be effective. 3, 155. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.74. Nichols, P. (1995). In the end, teachers were not included in the decision to implement outcomes-based accountability (Jansen 2002). This is especially so in the case of abuse of power. Just because parents (and others) value their local teachers does not mean teachers, as a profession, are viewed as capable and trustworthy. West East Journal of Social Sciences, 2(2), 88–94. When an individual is held accountable for multiple tasks, pulling them in opposing directions, and diminishing their ability to fully complete any single responsibility, fractured accountability is like to occur. (2016b). Education Policy Analysis Archives. The interdependence of actors is illustrated in intersecting cogs or gears. Florence, Italy. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. It has done little to raise learning levels or reduce disparities and equity gaps (Lingard et al. The enabling environment consists of resources, capacity, motivation, and information. William C. Smith. Asia Pacific Educ. Mexico City, which seeks to become the most environmentally sustainable city in Latin America, adopted a 15-year Green Plan during the Marcelo Ebrand Administration (2006–2012) and promoted the role of sustainable democratic voice. © Copyright 2019 -FlexiSAF Edusoft Limited. Your organization can demonstrate its commitment by tying your ethical code to your brand and putting internal controls in place to ensure that each member of your team follows best practices for nonprofits. (2016a). School and preschool performance measures The improvement and accountability policy (staff login required) sets out the quality assurance expectations for all department preschools and schools. Paris: UNESCO. Providers would give an account of the action, not directly to the clients but to the policy makers. Learning first: School accountability for a sustainable society. Smith, W. C. (2016b). Brussels: Education International. More than just to aid decision making procedures, transparency in school administration is necessary to provide a solid answer to such questions as where the majority of the budget is being directed to & what percentages of students are failing or passing each year. Reflections on the actions of civil society in building the PNE 2014/2024. MacIntyre, A. To begin, international organizations have increasingly encouraged democratic participation in education planning and evaluation. For example, efforts to eliminate child marriage in Malawi were enhanced by meetings that allowed all community members to describe the factors contributing to the issue, before collectively outlining an action plan (UNESCO 2018). Local control, illustrated by the short route, has become a mantra in the accountability literature. Smith, W. C. (2014). Central to this linking of accountability, the transparency of schools and school systems and raising teaching quality was the creation of a regime of testing (NAPLAN) that would generate data about the attainment of basic literacy and numeracy skills by students in Australian schools. Chung, P. J., & Hong, W.-P. (2015). Furthermore, including individuals who have clearly identified responsibilities in teaching and learning is integral to converting policy intentions into practice and subsequent evaluation. (2009). Education for people and planet: Creating sustainable futures for all. This paper argues that structured democratic voice is a key component of effective accountability. Strategic planning: Organizational arrangements. Evaluating test-based accountability perspectives: An international perspective. January Wed 22nd to Friday 24th 2020, Seville, Spain The HUMAINT winter school is conceived as an interdisciplinary course about the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems on human behaviour. Notwithstanding the challenges of building local capacity and sustaining political commitment, this article highlights the important consequences of implementing a process of structured democratic voice: in particular, sustaining educational reforms over time and meeting ambitious collective goals in education. 2014). 27(1), 1–21. Teachers’ participation in policy making: The case of the South African Schools Act. These spaces enable participants to channel their input and responses into all aspects of policy making and policy evaluation. They can cover many aspects of the school environment from student enrolment and achievement, funding, teacher qualifications and pupil-teacher ratios, school faci… The introduction of externally driven, results-oriented accountability in education has fostered unwanted competition and undermined trust. Education and inequality: Implications of the World Bank’s Education Strategy 2020. out its functions.Monitoring and Performance-and-results- Stakeholders and schoolEvaluation (M&E) system based M&E system is … As Volante (2007) remarks: “[by] the early twenty first century it was clear that the application of accountability systems was one of the most powerful trends in education policy” (p. 7). Financing education: Opportunities for global action. A decentralised system of accountability, operating at the level of the individual school but more particularly across networks of schools, can provide a source of professional aspiration and improve teachers’ knowledge, skills and practice so that children are supported better in their learning. This version of structured democratic voice is not without challenges. Many countries are sharing school-level data through school report cards. That accountability takes on many forms, all of them beneficial to the teacher, beneficial to the school, and beneficial to the learning environment. For example, higher education roundtables in the United States, supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts, brought government, business, civil society, and education leaders together to discuss the aims and future agenda of higher education across the country (Burke 2005; Nichols 1995). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Here are a few ways to start making your school management more transparent now: Technology plays a huge role in encouraging transparency in schools. Having a voice in policy development also contributes to the information component of the enabling environment. To push through a new plan or policy through quickly, governments may prefer to limit decision making to more controlled consultations, few in number. Journal of Learning for Development, Other terms in the education and accountability literature are related to structured democratic voice. Edwards, D. B. An external, post-project evaluation found significant gains in achievement with decreased gender disparity. By highlighting the importance of structured democratic voice, the shortcomings of both the short and long route become clear. Accountability, a cornerstone of contemporary education policy, is increasingly characterized by external monitoring and an emphasis on outcomes or results. The PEW higher education roundtable. ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IN MANAGING SCHOOL FINANCES AT PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN JOHANNESBURG SOUTH by CYNTHIA NONHLANHLA NTSELE Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF EDUCATION in the subject EDUCATION MANAGEMENT at the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA SUPERVISOR: DR J NYONI NOVEMBER 2014 . Without trust, inclusive participation and quality dialogue are less likely (Pagatpatan and Ward 2017). This is followed by discussions of the link between structured democratic voice and strengthened accountability, with illustrative examples at the regional, national, and local level. Rather, those policies have played a role in breaking a cooperative culture among teachers (Comment by KTU, cited in Symeonidis 2015). de Andrade Tosta, A. L., & Coutinho, E. F. Hursh, D. (2005). Finally, among those being held to account, there must be trust that the process is fair and just. This process seeks to include already established voices as well as those not regularly heard (Brown et al. In practice JSRs tend to be donor-driven initiatives, and discussions often limited to the effectiveness of donor investment or donor reports to the government (Holvoet and Inberg 2009). 11, 45–61. Nowadays, it is a key to implementing cost savings potentials across all divisions and companies. Citizen-led social accountability decreases the distance between the governed and government, providing for direct interaction between citizens and policymakers, mediated by a civil society organization. 23–38). ), Education strategy in the developing world: Revising the World Bank’s Education Policy (pp. (2016). Transparency and accountability in development cooperation are two sides of the same coin. Policy options for Turkey: A critique of the interpretation and utilization of PISA results in Turkey. Schools collect data on students including their academic scores, character traits and medical records, and are expected to share information to keep parents in the know on matters of their child’s academic and social well being. Transparency International School on Integrity is an annual state-of-the-art anti-corruption and accountability training for future leaders. In Grading goal four: Tensions, threats and opportunities in the sustainable development goal on quality education. Education Aid Watch 2015. (2015). The civil society campaign was partially successful as target 20 of the 2014/2023 PNE identified 10% of GDP as the investment goal by the end of the plan (Federal Republic of Brazil 2014). Additionally, sounding the alarm about an education emergency can push governments to act, often reinforcing desired policy. ), The global testing culture: Shaping education policy, perceptions, and practice (pp. (2017). Gorur, R. (2017). In J. C. Burke (Ed. Santa Barbara, CA: Latin American Focus, ABC-CLIO. The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) also supports civil society engagement through the creation of local education groups—in 2014, 35 national coalitions reported engagement in such groups—and, more importantly, through the establishment of Joint Sector Reviews (JSRs). Joshi, D., & Smith, W. C. (2012). 249–273). 4, 111–119. The short route “needs the ‘long route’ of responsive elected authorities to work” (Fox 2015, p. 347). These insights are especially pertinent in East Asia and other regions where citizens increasingly clamor for greater authority in decision making (Welzel and Dalton 2017). Ryan, K. E. (2004). The elaboration of accountability mechanisms is a typical response to this narrative and involves two major aspects: first, the external monitoring of schools and teachers and second, a greater emphasis on outcomes or results. Accountability etiquette tends to imply that performance is related to the organizational goals. Trust is thus a kind of lubricant, a needed condition, in contexts where accountability operates. New York: Routledge. Structured democratic voice can also improve trust in the process if teachers and other educators feel their views and concerns have been heard. If a school is transparent, people can be held accountable for their actions. UNESCO (2017) identified four aspects of the enabling environment, represented by oil drops in Fig. Australian Journal of Education, The status of teacher and the teaching profession. The Role Of Transparency In School Administration A school is an institution where transparency and accountability go hand-in-hand and should be held as statutory obligations. Few spaces are available for teachers, local leaders, and students to articulate their concerns about policy initiatives or planned reforms. Smith, W.C., Benavot, A. Accountability: Understandings and challenges. (Eds.). Paris: OECD. Johannesburg: Global Campaign for Education. (2014). Accountability Framework was introduced by government about 10 years ago during a time of restructuring, downsizing and funding cutbacks, and has yet to be reviewed for its present or continuing effectiveness and future viability. Teachers and school leaders benefit since the enabling environment to fulfill their responsibilities improves. Gür, B. S., Celik, Z., & Özoğlu, M. (2012). Education for All 2015 National Review. Evaluations of the project found positive gains on girls’ attendance and their attitudes toward education (Link Community Development 2017). No child, no school, no state left behind: Schooling in the age of accountability. Visser, M., Haupt, W., & Van Rensburg, M. J. Oxford: Symposium Books. Cultural change in Asia and beyond: From allegiant to assertive citizens. 2018). Political symbolism as policy craft: Explaining non-reform in South African education after apartheid. In order to establish the issue of accountability and transparency in managing school finances, semi-structured interviews were conducted to principals, SGB members, finance officers and finance committee members of various selected schools. ii STUDENT NUMBER: … Serving public interests in educational accountability: Alternative approaches to democratic evaluation. (2010). Added to this are citizen-led and civil society-led social accountability. Your email address will not be published. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. The challenges of education in Brazil. - 178.62.221.157. Educational Theory, Without comparable, timely and accessible information, it is impossible to know what money is going where, for what purpose and with what results. Principle and values. Transparency in oil sector operations allows democratic debate on how oil wealth should be handled. Public Administration and Development, 63–83). Power dynamics can also play a role. The Importance of Transparency in Education. 7–22). Key elements of educational accountability models. (2015). Alsbury, T. L., & Whitaker, K. S. (2007). Paris: UNESCO. A school is an institution where transparency and accountability go hand-in-hand and should be held as statutory obligations. Hopmann, S. T. (2008). In M. Bovens, R. E. Goodin, & T. Schillemans (Eds. Direct participation in policy creation allows actors to raise questions and concerns. 2. Accountability as a cultural keyword. Globalisation, Societies and Education, Oxford: Symposium Books. In B. Stensaker & L. Harvey (Eds. 2007; Smith 2014). Yet with more children in primary school, international donors are directing fewer resources to this schooling level, and aid to basic education fell steadily from its peak in 2011 (GCE 2015; UNESCO 2016c). Another challenge is converting the presence of different actors into exchanges in which all voices are heard and valued. In both types of social accountability, citizens retain some decision-making authority. 8(1), 94–112. In the education system, one of the vital mechanisms to be put in place towards achieving the goals of the school and ensuring quality service delivery to the society is accountability. Journal of Educational Administration, The World Bank’s doublespeak on teachers: An analysis of ten years of lending and advice. The Audit Society—Second thoughts. Despite the transition to a more participatory government, teachers were often left out of education reform planning (Govender 2008). Paris: OECD. The discussion culminates in a school action plan outlining how each actor can contribute to reaching the jointly identified goals (Visser et al. They have more detailed information as to their individual responsibilities and are more motivated to address the learning needs of students. Primary school enrolment expanded notably in the latter half of the twentieth century (Dorius 2012), and grew even faster in the early 2000s with the impact of the Millennium Development Goals and the Education for All Goals. Specifically, we discuss how the inclusion of structured democratic voice can help overcome shortcomings in dominant accountability approaches. In their evaluation of 77 articles, they identify four factors that underlie the effectiveness of public participation: political commitment, partnership synergy, inclusiveness, and deliberativeness. In 2010, the National Education Conference in Brazil developed final amendments to the reference document circulated by the ministry and submitted the proposed plan to the House of Representatives (Bodião 2016). On the other hand, the quality of the information released determines what kind of accountability is possible. 1–26). In this article, we argue that most accountability reforms in education do not achieve their intended impact and that a critical condition for strengthening accountability in education involves providing different actors with an opportunity to articulate and represent their views as the accountability process enfolds. Authoritarian governments are less likely to cede decision-making authority in education. Meeting Our commitments to gender equality in education. Look back to 1965 and Lyndon Johnson’s passage of his historic education law. The 2004 WDR emphasized the importance of public services responding to the demands of local end users, advocated for greater decentralization and control—and more accountability (World Bank 2003). ), Education strategy in the developing world: Revising the World Bank’s education policy (pp. The short route and the long route to accountability are intertwined and should not be viewed in isolation (Dewachter et al. As seen above, political will can be partial or insufficient. During this period, participants from unions, academic institutions, scientific and student organizations, as well as organized social movements, came together to establish the National Forum in Defense of Public Schools. Dewachter, S., Holvoet, N., Kuppens, M., & Molenaers, N. (2018). Leaving no one behind: How far on the way to universal primary and secondary education? Providing space for structured democratic voice highlights this shared responsibility and the interconnectedness of actors. 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