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Management and Governance
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Planning and Management

Assist and enable schools and districts to formulate education development plans that are participative, transparent, and use up-to-date and valid data.

  • School Development, School Annual, and School Annual Budget Plans
  • Asset Management System
  • School Database System
  • School finance reporting
  • Data Planning Information Support System
  • District Plans for education sector
  • District Personnel Management System
  • Capacity building for stakeholders

Education Governance

Improve School Committee capacity in advising, supporting, monitoring and liaising

  • Develop School Committee capacity to support school plan preparation and implementation
  • Develop the capacity of School Committee to monitor school performance and promote school management transparency
  • Develop School Committee capacity to increase community participation in education
  • Promote the concept of proper stakeholder representation on School Committee

Improve Dewan Pendidikan capacity to participate in education policy preparation and implementation

  • Develop the capacity of Dewan Pendidikan to monitor school and district performance
  • Develop Dewan Pendidikan capacity to promote involvement of stakeholders, including school committee
  • Promote the concept of proper stakeholder representation on Dewan Pendidikan

Improve District Parliament capacity for preparing, prioritizing and monitoring education development

  • Education development monitoring and evaluation

Budget and Finance

Assist and enable schools and districts to make best use of, and account for, multisource funds

  • Review national and regional education expenditure
  • Develop and implement district education finance analysis
  • Develop school multisource, multiyear funding plan for school plan
  • Develop and analyze school unit costs
  • Calculate and analyze costs to achieve education standards and universal access

Education Hotspots

  • Develop an integrated approach for utilizing ICT as tools to strengthen management and governance
  • Education hotspots provided for wider community


  • Training and workshops for stakeholders (representatives from schools and districts)
  • Staff development training

Public Private Alliance

  • Develop capacity at the community and district level to promote school development through PPA

Monitoring and Evaluation

Develop and implement a Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System

  • Produce a performance monitoring plan and a results framework
  • Establishment of Project Baseline Data
  • Routine Monitoring and Evaluation

Dissemination of Good Practice

As of November 2011, DBE1 School Based Management programs have been disseminated by 16,106 schools in 95 districts and 10 provinces. A total of 18,397,442,206 rupiah was allocated from district budget, schools funds, and other sources to support dissemination. A total of 38 districts in 9 provinces have disseminated DBE1 district level programs. A total of 903,144,500 rupiah was allocated from different sources to support these activities.

Program Sustainability

Using criteria developed together with MONE, DBE1 has certified more than 400 facilitators (school supervisor and former DBE1 staff) for school level programs. Meanwhile, using criteria developed together with partner universities, more than 100 service providers for district level programs have been certified. They come from five universities, Education Quality Assurance Body, provincial and district staff, and former DBE1 staff. After DBE1 ends in December 2011, these facilitators and service providers are available to provide assistance to districts in the use of the tools that DBE1 developed and used.

DBE1 facilitated development of 49 provincial/districts education policies. These policies institutionalized the good practices obtained from using tools and methodologies developed and implemented by DBE1.

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