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  1. V Meeting of Ministers of EducationCartagena de Indias, Colombia Inter-American Committee on Education Dr. Marva Ribeiro President of the CIE (2005-2007) November 14-16, 2007

  2. Presentation Outline • Purpose of CIE • Historical Context • Work Plan of the CIE • Accomplishments and Impact • Hemispheric • Subregional and National • Resources Mobilized • Lessons Learned • Future Opportunities

  3. M É X I C O III Meeting of Ministers of Education Mexico City August 2003

  4. STRUCTURE OF THE CIE : 2003-2005 M ex i c o OECT/OEA President Technical Sec. El Salvador Trinidad & Tobago 2nd Vice-President 1st Vice-President Brazil Honduras Ecuador St. Lucia Canada Mercosur Central America The Andes The Caribbean North America Nicaragua Paraguay P e r u Bahamas USA

  5. IV Meeting of Ministers of Education in the framework of the Inter-American Council for Integral Development Quality Education for a Democratic and Productive Citizenry

  6. STRUCTURE OF THE CIE 2005-2007 Trinidad and Tobago DEC/OEA President Technical Sec. Venezuela Brasil 2nd Vice President 1st Vice-President EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Paraguay Ecuador Barbados USA Nicaragua North America Central America Mercosur The Andes The Caribbean ALTERNATE Mexico Panama St. Lucia Argentina P e r u

  7. Informing Policy Dialogue in the Summit and Ministerial Processes Summit of the Americas Education Ministerials Technical inputs Policy Priorities Inter-American Committee on Education Horizontal Cooperation projects/workshops/seminars/research

  8. The Purpose of the CIE is to advance Inter-American Dialogue on Education • Follow-up on the Summit mandates and ensure that commitments of Education Meetings of Ministers materialize into concrete actions • Serve as a breeding ground for innovative ideas and proposals • Serve as a voice for the education sector in policy development and execution within the OAS • Define multilateral initiatives and funding priorities • Prepare for Ministerial Meetings

  9. Key Management Strategies • Develop a Work Plan • Theme / Project / status / resources/ lead/ next steps • Develop a CIE marketing plan • Leverage resources from other OAS, civil society, university, and other actors • Develop subfund funding proposal criteria and methodology • Focus on comparative advantage of OAS-policy dialogue / horizontal cooperation • Prioritize a few initiatives and give continuity

  10. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA Equity and Quality Objective: To promote efforts to achieve and evaluate educational equity, quality, relevance and efficiency at all levels of the education system • ACTIVITIES • Regional Educators Indicators Project (PRIE, • Summit Project) • Evaluation Forum (Summit Project) • Reporting Educational Results to the Public • (Special Summit, Monterrey) • Hemispheric Project on Equity and Quality – • Elaboration of Policies and Strategies for the • Prevention of School Failure – Min III & IV

  11. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Strengthening the Teaching Force Objective: To strengthen the effectiveness of the teaching force in member countries through teacher education, recruitment, professional development, evaluation and certification ACTIVITIES Hemispheric Project on Teacher Education – “Responses to the challenge of improving the quality of recruitment and selection, initial formation, professional development and evaluation of teachers in the hemisphere”. (Project in Year 3) Inter-American Teacher Educator network (ITEN) – “New Approaches to Policy and Practice for Teacher Educators in the Americas (Teacher Educator Seminar and Launch of ITEN, T&T – Sept. 26-29, 2006)

  12. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Secondary Education and Workforce Development Objective: To support countries in the implementation of policies, programs, and activities in secondary education to effect a smooth “school to work” transition. ACTIVITIES Hemispheric Project on Secondary Education and Workforce Competencies – “School management and certification for the development and Accreditation of key and labour competencies at the upper secondary level”.

  13. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Education for Democratic Citizenship Objective: To promote the development of a democratic culture through education. ACTIVITIES Inter-American Program on Education for Democratic Values and Practices – Min II, III, IV

  14. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Early Childhood care and Education (ECCE) Objective: To improve access to quality early childhood education for all children. – Min IV ACTIVITIES - Ready to Learn Seminars • OAS/World Bank Symposium on Evaluation of ECCE Programs • Joint OAS/World bank Website on ECCE • International Diploma for Specialization in ECCE • Policies and Strategies for a successful transition of children to socialization and school (CIE Project)

  15. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Science Education Objective: To introduce and support inquiry-based methodologies to improve the teaching of science – Min IV, CIE II ACTIVITIES - Project proposal to support the inquiry – based method at the primary level (Inadequate proposal for project submitted).

  16. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Literacy Objective: To develop in the framework of the OAS, before 2008, a study of a literacy program, which takes into consideration successful experiences in the area, in order to make progress on eliminating illiteracy in our countries. IV Summit, IV Ministerial ACTIVITIES • Cooperation activities to develop a literacy initiative Work will be continued in this important area for the 2007- 2009 term of the CIE

  17. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Use of Information Technology in the Classroom and by Administration Objective: To encourage the use of new technologies to promote learning, support educational networks, and build infrastructure to collect and use data in decision-making. II, III & IV Min, III & IV Summits ACTIVITIES • Educational Portal of the Americas • EDUSAT • RELPE • Computers for schools Work will be continued in these important areas for the 2007- 2009 term of the CIE

  18. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Knowledge Sharing Objective: To strengthen the capacity of Ministries of Education to develop and implement effective policies for education reform through information exchange. II, III & IV Min, ACTIVITIES • KSAN/CONARED • CIE Marketing Plan CIE On-line Quarterly Bulletin produced Work will be continued in these important areas for the 2007- 2009 term of the CIE

  19. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Mobilization of resources, political will and inter-agency cooperation Objective: To identify and promote cooperation strategies to mobilize the public and private resources needed to provide quality education. IV Summit, IV Ministerial ACTIVITIES • Inter-Agency Meetings Work will be continued in this important area for the 2007- 2009 term of the CIE • Mobilization of resources for projects e.g. Democracy, ECCE, ITEN Some dedicated partners are: CIDA, Van leer Foundation, OUI, WB, USAID

  20. CIE Work Plan 2005-2007 PRIORITY AREA • Civil Society Participation Objective: To promote engagement of civil society in education policy making and implementation. All Summits and Ministerials ACTIVITIES • Civil Society meetings organized and managed by the Technical Secretariat. • All projects must include civil society input.

  21. The CIE held five meetings in order to advance its work in the Americas

  22. Some of the Agreements from those meetings were:

  23. SUCCESSES • How has involvement in the OAS-CIE helped countries to achieve their educational goals? • How has the cooperation between the OAS and Trinidad and Tobago contributed to the advancement of the mandates of the Summits and the Ministerials in T&T and the CARICOM?

  24. Marketing Plan

  25. Financial resources were obtained from the Reserve sub-fund and from supportive partners Counterpart resources included financial, human and technical support from member countries and International Organizations and Agencies The following tables outline the resources that were mobilized

  26. Subtotals Sub-fund Resources $ 746,704.00 Counterpart Resources $1,361,779.85 TOTAL $2,108,483.85

  27. Total Resources Mobilized

  28. Education Initiatives Sub-fund RES/CP. 831(1342/02)Statement of changes in fund balanceJanuary 7, 2003 to July 31, 2007 • Transfer as Per resolution $2,000,000.00 • Interest Income $ 175,410.00 • TOTAL $2,175,410.00 • Educational Activities to 2005 $ 440,458.00 • Educational Activities to 06/07 $ 746,754.00 • TOTAL decreases 2003-2007 $1,187,212.00 • Fund balance at end of period $ 988,198.00

  29. The Authorities and Executive Members of the CIE must consider the following Future Actions • Strengthen the institutionalization process • Develop long-term financial stability • Maintain fluid communication across countries and across subregions • Balance political interests and benefits in relation to CIE’s ability to provide

  30. The Authorities and Executive Members of the CIE must consider the following Future Actions • Establish new strategies to ensure continuity in policy mandates, programs, and activities • Deepen participation of diverse actors in the policy dialogue process • Ensure political and technical processes inform one another - Summits, Ministerial, CIE

  31. Thank you