SIRE Sistema Integral de Resultados de las Evaluaciones

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SIRE Sistema Integral de Resultados de las Evaluaciones
SIRE
Information System for
Evaluation Results
OCDE Workshop
New York, June 30, 2014
Content
1. Introduction
2. INEE progress 2013 - 2014
3. SIRE Information system
1. Introduction
INEE Regulatory framework
Created
in 2002 as
centralized
body of SEP
Transition to
Obtained
decentralized Constitutional
autonomy
organ
in 2013
in 2012
INEE Background
From 2002 INEE worked to evaluate Primary Education
Evaluating Student Accomplishment:
• National (Excale)
• International
Education Indicator System:
• Panorama Educativo de México
Studies and reports:
• The State of Education
• Preschool and Secondary Education
INEE Background
2002-2012
• Aquired national
prestige
• Positioned itself
in Latam and
internationally
2013…
Congress began to
consider usefulness
of INEE autonomy
for evaluating the
National Education
System
INEE during 2013
• Governing Board formed  May 2013
• Took charge of operating INEE
• No secondary legislation (September 2013)
• No Autonomy (obtained in November)
• Budget approved in 2012 (280 Mill Pesos)
2.- Progress during
2013 - 2014
New conditions in 2014
• Autonomy granted by
Constitutional Reform in
November 2013
• New institutional
framework
• Autonomous budget
New conditions in 2014
• Congress approved 60%
of budget ($613 Mill.)
• Enough to operate with
restrictions
– No State offices
– Not all DG´s
INEE progress during 2014
• Creation of INEE by-laws
• New statute and legal
mandate
• New HR structure
• Abiding to new
mandates (SPD)
INEE progress during 2014
• Conference of the National System of Educational
Evaluation (April 30th)
• General and specific guidelines were issued for new
nationwide teaching positions (SPD)
• Evaluation in place for «Servicio Profesional Docente»
• Guidelines for certification of evaluators
• Criteria issued for the design of evaluation instruments.
Current INEE projects
1. Critical inventories of primary and secondary education
2. Valuation of national and international experience in
incoming teacher evaluations
3. Implementing state of the art knowledge on teacher
evaluation
4. Consultation of indigenous communities
5. External evaluation of ENLACE and Excale
6. Creation of Information System of Evaluation Results (SIRE)
INEE Regulatory framework
3. SIRE
Information System
National Education System
• 32 States, 2568 municipalities
• Primary, secondary and high
school
– > 35,300,000 students
– > 1, 800,000 teachers
– > 400,000 administrative &
directive staff
– > 257,000 campus facilities
DIKW framework for SIRE
12
Enterprise Architecture INEE
10
SIRE critical elements
15
Big data governance challenges
17
SIRE development workplan
18
Concluding remarks
• Mexico is facing unique challenges and
opportunities
• New technologies and EIS innovations
• Design of longitudinal studies/data
• Systems interoperability (global/local)
• Regulatory issues
MC Agustín Caso Raphael
Head of Unit
[email protected]
Dr. Arturo Cervantes Trejo
Director General
[email protected]

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