Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 - Coggle Diagram
To create a vision of education system that can fulfill the students and Malaysia's needs.
It suggests strategic plan t to achieve the national education’s goal.
Establishing a clear vision and aspirations.
Outlining a comprehensive transformation program for the system, including key changes to the Ministry.
Understanding the current performance and challenges.
Shifts to transform the system:
Ensure high-performing school leaders in every school.
Competency-based selection criteria.
New Principal Career Package rolled-out in waves from 2013 with greater support, operational flexibility, curriculum and co-curricular planning, and sharper accountability for improving students outcomes.
Empower JPN, PPD and schools to customize solutions based on need.
Accelerate school improvement through systematic, district-led programs in all states.
Allow greater school-based management and autonomy for
schools that meet a minimum performance criteria.
Ensure 100% of schools meet basic infrastructure
requirements by 2015, starting with Sabah and Sarawak.
Transform teaching into the profession of choice.
Raising the entry bar for teachers from 2013 to be among top 30% of graduates.
Upgrade the quality of CPD with greater emphasis on school-based training.
Reduce administration burdens on teachers to make them focus on core function.
Implement competency and performance-based career progression by 2016.
Enhance pathways for teachers into leadership, master teaching and subject specialist roles.
Peer-led cultures of excellence and certification process.
Maximise student outcomes for
Link every programme to clear student outcomes, and
annually rationalise programmes that have low impact.
Capture efficiency opportunities, with funding reallocated to
the most critical areas such as teacher training and upskilling.
Develop values-driven Malaysians.
Creating community service to strengthen civics element.
Enhance Islamic and Moral education.
Require students to participate in 1 sport, club and uniformed body.
Partner with parents, community, and
private sector at scale
Equip every parent to support their child’s learning through a parent engagement toolkit and online access to their child’s in-school progress.
Invite every PIBG to provide input on contextualization of
curriculum and teacher quality from 2016.
Expand Trust School model to 500 schools by 2025 by including alumni groups and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), as potential sponsors.
Transform Ministry delivery
capabilities and capacity
Empower JPNs and PPDs through greater decision-making power over budget and personnel from 2013, and greater accountability for improving student outcomes.
Deploy almost 2,500 more personnel from the Ministry and JPNs to PPDs in order to better support schools by 2014.
Strengthen leadership capabilities in 150 to 200 pivotal
Strengthen key central functions and rationalize structure of Ministry.
Increase transparency for direct public accountability
Publish an annual public report on progress against Blueprint targets and initiatives.
Conduct comprehensive stock-takes in 2015, 2020 and 2025 to ensure Blueprint remains relevant by incorporating stakeholder feedback and accounting for an ever evolving external environmental.
Ensure every child's proficiency in BM and English.
Introduce BM in curriculum and remedial support for struggling students.
Expand LINUS program to include English literacy.
Upskill English teachers and more exposure to English language.
Encourage additional Language to children by 2025.
Leverage ICT to scale up quality
learning across Malaysia
-. Provide internet access and virtual learning environments
via 1BestariNet for all 10,000 schools by 2013.
Augment online content to share best practices starting with a video library in 2013 of the best teachers delivering lessons in Science, Mathematics, Bahasa Malaysia, and English language.
Maximise use of ICT for distance and self-paced learning to expand access to high-quality teaching regardless of
location or student skill level.
Provide equal access to quality education of an international standard.
Mathematic and science in international standard.
New KSSM and KSSR in 2017.
Higher order thinking skills in examination by 2016.
Increase preschools' quality and 100% enrolment.
11 years compulsory schooling.
More investment in physical and teaching resource for specific needs students.
5 systems aspiration for The Malaysian Education System
Equity: Reducing 50% of the gaps in urban-rural area, gender and socioeconomic by 2020.
Unity: creating an education system that gives children shared values and experiences by embracing diversity.
Quality: To become top third of countries in international assessment (PISA and TIMSS)
Efficiency: A system that maximises students outcome within current budget.
Access: 100% enrollment from preschool to secondary school by 2020