School-based management (SBM) is a strategy to improve education by transferring significant decision-making authority from state and district offices to individual schools. SBM provides principals, teachers, students, and parents greater control over the education process by giving them responsibility for decisions about the budget, personnel, and the curriculum. Through the involvement of teachers, parents, and other community members in these key decisions, SBM can create more effective learning environments for children. Reference: Office of Research Education/ConsumerGuide
leadership and governance
A network of leadership that provides the vision and direction to the education system making it relevant and responsive to the contexts of diverse communities. Leadership and Governance provides a Development Plan developed collaboratively by the stakeholders of the school and community.
- Community-Based Child Mapping
- Organizational Structures
- Calendar of Activities
- Minutes of the Meeting (Parent and Teacher Conference)
- In-Service Trainings
- School Partnership and Outreach Programs including MOAs/ MOUs
- Action Plans
- Teachers' Seminars
- School Report Card
- SBM Accomplishment Report
Curriculum and learning
The learning systems collaboratively developed and continuously improved, anchored on the community and learner's contexts and aspirations. The curriculum provides for the development of all types of learners in the school community. The implemented curriculum is localized to make it more meaningful to the learners and applicable to life in the community.
- Classroom Observation Reports
- Action Researches
- Student's Portfolio
- Data/ Test Bank for learners, assessment results, list of mastered and not mastered skills, etc.
- Contests Participation
accountability and continuous development
A clear, transparent, inclusive and responsive accountability system is in place. Collaboratively developed by community stakeholders, which monitors expected and actual performance, continually addresses the gaps and ensures a venue for feedback and redress.
- Minutes of the Meeting
- Accomplishment Reports
- Recognition Program and Rewards
- Continuous Improvement/ LAC Session
management of resources
Resources are collectively and judiciously mobilized and managed with transparency, effectiveness and efficiency. Regular resource inventory is collaboratively undertaken by learning managers, learning facilitators and community stakeholders as basis for resource allocation and mobilization.
- Inventory Reports
- Financial Statement (MOOE, Canteen, GPTA and other sources)