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Legislation, The Eastern Cape department of Education derives its mandate from the following Legislative. x The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act No 108 of 1996 Section 29. x The Bill of Rights Act No 108 of 1996, x The Reconstruction and Development Program Public Service Act Act No 103 1994. x Public Finance and Management Act No 1 of 1999, x Public Finance and Management Amendment Act No 29 of 1999 Labour Relations Act Act No 66 of 1995. x Employment Equity Act of 1998, x Basic Conditions of Employment Act 1997. x Skills Development Act 1998, x The Public Service Amendment Act of 1999.
x Employment of Educators Act Act No 76 of 1998, x Regulations of the Employment of Educators Act. x Personnel Administration Measure PAM, x South African Qualifications Act SAQA Act No 58 of 1995. x Public Service Code of Remuneration CORE, x Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Chamber PSCBC. x Agreement on Remuneration Allowances and Benefits. x The South African Schools Act SASA, x Policy on Norms and Standards for School Funding. x Curriculum Policy for GET, x Streamlining C2005, x Assessment Policy.
x Language in Education Policy, x National Matriculation Subjects. x South African Certification Act, x CASS Policy FET Act of 1998. x White paper 6 Special Building an inclusive education system. x National Education Policy Act on HIV AIDS, x Eastern Cape Schools Education Act 1996. x Government and Provincial Policy on Poverty Eradication. x Conduct of Grade 12 Examinations, x Conduct of Grade 9 Examinations. x ABET Level 4 Examinations, x Matriculation Endorsement.
x ECD Early Childhood Development White Paper 5 April 2001 2 Review of the 2001 02 Financial Year. x Treasury Regulations, 2 Review of the 2003 04 Financial Year. In her policy speech the Honorable MEC has extended on the previous year focus on the creation. of functional schools by emphasizing the resourcing of schools raising the performance standards. of our learners Improving access to education by stretching the conventional boundaries of. schooling through the ABET and ECD will go a long way in not only the improvement of the. performance standards of our learners but also to eliminate poverty. These cannot be effected without enhancement of the strategic role of Head Office and the. strengthening of the human resources through development of both the Public and Educator. sectors of the department, The advent of the IMT and the JMT within the Province and the department an initiative of the. President has added impetus to these policy directives This intervention has through the. Turnaround plans acted as a catalyst in the rapid improvement of service delivery and setting the. scene for excellence in Education, To date efforts have been made to meet the above mandates through the following achievements. x Improvement in the provision and delivery of LSM to schools in the 2003 academic year. x Provision of literature to grade 12 learners for approximately R17million. x Training of School Governing Bodies SGBs and School Management teams SMTs. x Improvement in the matriculation pass rate by 6 2 resulting in a pass rate of 51 8. x ABET Level 4 Learners performed above National average in the ABET learning areas. x Finalization of the staff establishment of the department and migration to districts. x Selection of 475 Grade R sites attached to schools and an additional 275 community based sites. x Establishment of Section 10 FET Councils, x Training of FET educators in OBE. x Audit of all the Special schools in the Province. x Roll out of an aggressive advocacy programme by the Special Programmes Unit for people with Disabilities. x Provision of extra classes and support to grade 12 learners through the Matriculation Intervention. Programme MIP, x The granting of Section 21 status to 1874 additional schools and limited functions to 77 schools.
x Establishment of the Education and Training Advisory Council. x Publication of the first internal newsletter and the production of two newspaper supplements. x The establishment of BAS LOGIS and PERSAL systems in eleven districts and training of personnel. 3 Outlook of 2004 05 Financial Year, The key objective of ensuring quality teaching and learning for all our educators and learners remains the main focus. that informs the priorities for 2004 05, x To extend and strengthen the implementation of Grade R and ABET in the province thus ensuring women. youth and other adults are provided with the necessary skills. x To reduce and eliminate the classroom toilet and other infrastructural backlogs. x To develop the institutional capacity for learning programme development in FET thus creating a vibrant FET to. equip the youth and adults to meet the social and economic needs of the 21st century. x To intergrate HIV AIDS and Life skills into the Curriculum thus creating awareness prevention and support. programmes to the youth educators and parents, x The decentralisation of powers to districts to ensure effective support to the Education institutions. All these contribute towards the achievement of the Government s priorities as depicted in the Provincial Growth and. Development Programme PGDP and the other policy directives. The challenge that stills remains is the management of the resources such that all these can be achieved especially the. 4 Receipts and Financing, Table 4 1 Summary of receipts Vote 6 Department of Education. Outcome Main Adjusted Estimated, RECEIPTS Audited Audited Audited Appropr Appropr Actual Medium term estimates.
R thousand 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, Treasury funding 7 439 195 7 854 422 8 806 975 9 887 346 9 887 346 9 887 346 10 829 772 11 793 321 12 634 481. Equitable share 7 144 818 7 578 596 8 727 692 9 805 411 9 805 411 9 805 411 10 486 269 11 575 454 12 375 606. Conditional grants 43 426 54 439 79 283 81 935 81 935 81 935 199 503 217 867 258 875. Other 250 951 221 387, Departmental receipts 13 016 14 101 31 556 24 844 24 844 24 844 28 100 26 481 28 070. Tax receipts, Non tax receipts 13 016 14 101 31 556 24 844 24 844 24 844 28 100 26 481 28 070. Sale of goods serv other than cap, assets 13 016 14 101 31 556 24 844 24 844 24 844 28 100 26 481 28 070. Fines penalties and forfeits, Interest dividends and rent on land.
Transfers received, Sales of capital assets, Financial transactions. Total Receipts 7 452 211 7 868 523 8 838 531 9 912 190 9 912 190 9 912 190 10 713 872 11 819 802 12 662 551. 5 Departmental Summary, Table 5 1 Summary by program for Vote 6 Department of Education. Outcome Main Adjusted Estimated, PAYMENTS Audited Audited Audited Appropr Appropr Actual Medium term estimates. R thousand 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, 1 Administration 571 459 440 389 762 484 828 879 808 236 785 390 752 389 793 773 845 368. 2 Public Ordinary Schl Education 6357357 7 077 583 7 868 729 8 440 633 8 468 476 8 575 166 9 367 426 10 104 758 10 720 020. 3 Independent Schl Subsidies 10624 10 972 14 224 16 788 16 788 18 864 17 459 18 419 19 616. 4 Special School Education 81837 128 560 159 963 196 579 196 579 193 109 252 485 322 018 387 327. 5 Further Education and Training 84556 71 177 132 498 152 115 148 415 131 454 166 103 225 219 294 564. 6 Adult Basic education 53586 90 867 126 471 131 655 128 655 119 132 140 217 147 929 157 544. 7 Early Childhood Development 6461 3 473 24 402 40 306 40 306 28 987 39 245 53 403 68 875. 8 Auxilliary and Associated Serv 25451 40 472 59 997 105 235 104 735 100 110 122 548 154 283 169 237. Total by program 7 191 331 7 863 493 9 148 768 9 912 190 9 912 190 9 952 212 10 857 872 11 819 802 12 662 551. 5 2 Summary of Economic Classification, Outcome Main Adjusted Estimated.
PAYMENTS Audited Audited Audited Appropr Appropr Actual Medium term estimates. R thousand 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, Current payments 7 098 837 7 634 944 8 668 522 9 370 251 9 378 828 9 674 133 10 158 592 10 954 878 11 675 805. Compensation of employees 6 771 827 7 165 949 8 037 091 8 537 044 8 537 044 8 714 145 9 223 208 9 566 767 9 923 209. Goods and services 324 025 459 043 631 431 833 207 841 784 959 988 935 384 1 388 111 1 752 596. Interest and rent on land 2 985 9 952, Transfers and subsidies to 30 480 197 382 356 291 390 613 390 403 270 271 145 909 221 452 300 615. Departmental agencies and accounts 2 131 32 775 33 001. Non profit institutions 509 509, Households 30 480 197 382 356 291 390 104 389 894 270 271 143 778 188 667 267 614. Payments for capital assets 62 014 31 167 123 955 151 326 142 959 7 808 553 371 643 473 686 131. Buildings and other fixed structures 928 31 167 68 130 68 510 68 510 451 732 535 612 575 559. Machinery and equipment 61 086 55 825 82 816 74 449 7 807 101 639 107 861 110 570. Land and subsoil assets 1, Total payments 7 191 331 7 863 493 9 148 768 9 912 190 9 912 190 9 952 212 10 857 872 11 819 802 12 662 554. 6 Programme Description, 6 1 Programme 1 Administration.
Description, To provide for the functioning of the office of the Member of the Executive Council. MEC for Education management services that are not education specific. education management services for the education system and human resource. development for office based staff, Objectives, To provide overall management of the education system in accordance with the. National Education Policy Act the Public Finance Management Act and other. Table 6 1 1 Summary by subprogram for Program 1 Administration. Outcome Main Adjusted Estimated, PAYMENTS Audited Audited Audited Appropr Appropr Actual Medium term estimates. R thousand 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, 1 1 Office of the MEC 458 570 1 182 2 925 2 925 3 162 3 511 3 667 3 841. 1 2 Corporate Services 531 349 379 563 487 294 431 412 416 412 452 263 546 045 567 948 592 350. 1 3 Education Management 39 045 54 713 261 715 376 762 351 552 294 492 192 378 211 128 237 541. 1 4 Human Resource Development 297 5 543 12 293 16 980 16 980 16 972 10 455 11 030 11 636. 1 5 Conditional Grants 310 800 20 367 18 501, Total by Subprogram 571 459 440 389 762 484 828 879 808 236 785 390 752 389 793 773 845 368.
MEC s remuneration payable as from April 2003 Salary R739 000. Table 6 1 2 Summary by economic classification for Program 1 Administration. Main Adjusted Estimated, PAYMENTS Audited Audited Audited Appropr Appropr Actual Medium term estimates. R thousand 2000 01 2001 02 2002 03 2003 04 2004 05 2005 06 2006 07. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, Current payments 571 459 440 389 718 718 824 479 804 046 775 435 731 501 771 779 822 104. Compensation of employees 531 638 360 219 562 444 568 549 568 549 566 663 562 728 582 424 603 973. Goods and services 39 575 80 170 156 274 255 930 235 497 208 772 168 773 189 355 218 131. Interest and rent on land 246, Transfers and subsidies to 210 2 148 2 138 2 213 2 295. Departmental agencies and accounts 2 131 2 205 2 287. Households 210 2 148 7 8 8, Payments for capital assets 43 766 4 190 4 190 7 807 18 750 19 781 20 968. Buildings and other fixed structures 3 068 10 000 10 550 11 183. Machinery and equipment 40 698 4 190 4 190 7 807 8 750 9 231 9 785. Total payments 571 459 440 389 762 484 828 879 808 236 785 390 752 389 793 773 845 367. 6 1 3 Service Delivery Measures Programme 1 Administration. Key Objectives Output Performance Measures, 1 EMIS Policy Advocacy campaign Districts Stakeholders understanding of EMIS Policy.
2 Information Bank for Decision Preparation and formatting of information and Reliable and Accurate Information readily available. making dissemination of EMIS information Statistic to inform Noms and Standard on School. 2004 Annual Survey, 2004 Snap Survey, Update on education 2003. indicators, Update on Website, Administer EFMS, Data viewing system update. 3 Post Provisioning Ongoing monitoring and interaction with HRM and Implementation of Post Provisioning model. Calculations done Educ Prov Verification of learner and Education. 4 Strengthen the capacity of the Establish District Based Support Teams All learners with barriers to learning identified and. Districts to render remedial intervention done, speech language and hearing. guidance and psychological, services to all schools in line. White paper 6, Conduct training on the White Paper 6 Training Training and Support of District Support Teams.
Ensure Learner Support teams are established in all Functional LSTs. Conduct road shows on career guidance Grade 10 to 12 learners aware of career choices. Increase the number of health promoting schools in More schools implement health promotion. the province, Establishment of a system to manage the Model of support for orphans. identification support school based care and, protection of th rights of school aged orphans. 6 1 3 Service Delivery Measures Programme 1 Administration. Key Objectives Output Performance Measures, Systems and procedures for early identification and Screening instruments for grade R to 3. addressing of barriers to learning in the foundation. 5 A Learner years of pre Establish and consolidate systems and procedures An additional 20 of learners in Grade 1 will have. Grade 1 education for the provision of ECD received pre Grade 1 formal education an increase. increased Act 1 bNegotiate and enter into Service level of plus minus . Department of Education Vote 6 To be Appropriated by Vote R 10 857 872 000 Statutory Amount R 739 000 Responsible MEC xPublic Service Code of Remuneration CORE

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