Priority Initiatives

Efficiency Access Quality Equity Unity

2018

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#104 Increasing Access to Education from Preschool to Upper Secondary

Vision

  • All children will have access to quality education from a preschool to upper secondary level

Rational & Ambition

  • All children will have the opportunity to obtain a quality education from a preschool to upper secondary level
  • To achieve the Global Sustainable Development Goal on Education (SGD4-Education 2030), which was jointly ratified with UNESCO member states
  • To support the national policy on compulsory 11-year education for all children, which will be enforced in 2020

Outcomes

  • Universal enrolment at every level of education from preschool to upper secondary level.
  • A 20% enrolment rate in TVET fields by 2020

Programme Manager: Datin Haryati bt. Mohamed Razali
Division: Educational Planning and Research Division

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#87 Implementation of Principal Charter

Vision

  • Education Leaders as catalysts for high performance leadership in every school

Rational & Ambition

  • To strengthen the selection and appointment process of school leaders
  • To enhance the school leader career pathway
  • To develop the capabilities and adaptability of school leaders through Continuous Professional Development
  • To strengthen the capabilities of middle-level school leaders
  • To improve the coaching and mentoring competencies of PPD leaders
  • To improve the capabilities and leadership of education leaders

Outcomes

  • High performing school leaders ensuring the improvement of student outcomes
  • Fostering of holistic leadership among all education leaders

Programme Manager: Pn Mistirine binti Radin
Division: Aminuddin Baki Institute

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#108 Upholding Bahasa Melayu Education

Vision

  • Students will master and use the Malay Language through the latest pedagogical methods

Rational & Ambition

  • Comprehensive implementation of BM education initiatives aimed at upholding the Malay Language
  • Increase of competencies and knowledge of latest pedagogical methods of Malay Language teachers to increase student holistic achievement (curriculum, co-curriculum, assessments, CPD, research and innovation)
  • Inculcation of mastery and usage of Malay language aligned with KBSM, aimed at forming a national identify among students and the community

Outcomes

  • Students to be competent in the usage of standardised Malay language when carrying out curricular and co-curricular activities
  • Increase in student’s perfomance in BM subject for SPM 2017
  • Increase in student’s performance in BM subject for UPSR 2018
  • Malay language teachers to master language skills and pedagogical methods for Malay language
  • Recognition of KSBM at the national and international level as a standard on the acquisition and mastery of the Malay language

Programme Manager: En. Lokman Abd Wahid
Division: Institute of Teacher Education

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#62 Expanding Parental and Community Involvement in the School Ecosystem

Vision

  • Widespread parental involvement in developing a learning ecosystem within and outside the school

Rational & Ambition

  • Active parental and community involvement will enhance the learning process, student achievement and school performance
  • Active parental and community involvement will help in the development of student values and discipline

Outcomes

  • Positive impact towards students and schools through continuous parental involvement in school activities
  • Parents directly involved in students’ development of student values and discipline in school and beyond school hours

Programme Manager: Pn. Zariana Binti Abdullah
Division: School Management Division

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#66 Private-Public Partnership

Vision

  • MOE as preferred strategic partner in public private partnership

Rational & Ambition

  • Leveraging the strength of various parties in delivering quality education
  • Increasing access and quality in public schools through the cooperation and commitment of private sector as the Ministry’s partner
  • Increasing the number of public schools receiving private sector contributions and support in education activities whether directly or indirectly.
  • Enhancing school excellence with smart private-public partnerships that carry out focused key area of improvement and implementation of comprehensive school system transformation in producing holistic human capital as outlined by MOE.

Outcomes

  • Increase of private sector involvement in promoting quality, access, equity, unity and efficiency in education

Programme Manager: Pn. Faridah Binti Yang Razali
Division: School Management Division

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#95 Transformation of IPG to Improve the Quality of Teachers Training

Vision

  • IPG as a leading teacher training institution in improving the standard of education in Malaysia through the development of teacher education

Rational & Ambition

  • To implement the IPG Transformation Plan which was developed in 2015 (Dokumen Halatuju Transformasi IPG 2016-2025).
  • To transform IPG into the leading institute in uplifting the standard of education in Malaysia through the development of teacher education and realisation of benefits for relevant stakeholders

Outcomes

  • Academic leadership throughout IPG based on recognised standards of quality
  • Quality academic lecturers throughout IPG on recognised standards of quality
  • A culture of research and innovation aimed at providing benefits for the entire MOE
  • Provision of adequate and conducive infrastructure and facilities throughout IPG to facilitate quality teaching and learning
  • A quality pre-service and in-service curriculum that is relevant and up-to-date
  • IPG students which are qualified based on a strict and holistic intake criteria.
  • IPG profiles which are at par with the local and international higher education institutes.
  • Systemic and effective continuous professional development for teachers to empower them at schools.

Programme Manager: En. Wan Yusof Bin Wan Ngah
Division: Institute of Teacher Education

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#49 Enhancing STEM Education

Vision

  • Ensuring the nation is supplied with sufficient and qualified talent in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) to drive the economy

Rational & Ambition

  • Increasing the interest of students in STEM through formal, informal, and non-formal learning approaches
  • Increasing the knowledge, skill, and capability of teachers in implementing STEM education through teacher competency development programme
  • Increasing the awareness of students and public through STEM education awareness campaign at various levels

Outcomes

  • Increase in the number of students with the capability to think logically, leverage on technology, solve problems and innovate

Programme Manager: Dr. Ihsan Ismail
Division: Educational Planning and Research Division

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#20 Inculcating Higher Order Thinking Skills in 21st Century Learning

Vision

  • Students who are knowledgable, with higher order thinking skills and are globally competitive

Rational & Ambition

  • Realise students’ outcome based on the student aspiration as aspired in the MBE 2013-2025
  • Prepare students to be globally competitive
  • Propel Malaysia’s position to be the top third of countries in internationals assessments by 2025

Outcomes

  • Improvement of students’ abilities to apply knowledge and higher order thinking skills to solve problems, make decisions, innovate and create.
  • Enhancement of students’ abilities by improving teachers’ and school leaders’ competence and capabilities in 21st century learning

Programme Manager: Dr. Rusilawati binti Othman
Division: Curriculum Development Division

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#107 Strengthening English Language Education

Vision

  • Every student will master English language skills according to the CEFR aspiration levels.

Rational & Ambition

  • To allow all relevant parties to collaborate in mobilising English language education in terms of curriculum, teaching and learning, assessments and teacher training as well as the implementation of English language programmes
  • The transformation of English language education in Malaysia based on the international standards of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)
  • 70% of students achieving the minimum requirements of a credit in the Cambridge 1119 standard at the SPM level

Outcomes

  • By the year 2025, every students will attain English language mastery according to the following CEFR aspirational levels:
    • Pre-school: Towards A1
    • Primary School Level 1: A1
    • Primary School Level 2: A2
    • Lower Secondary: B1
    • Upper Secondary: B1/B2
    • Post-Secondary: B2
    • University B2/C1*
  • By the year 2025, every English teacher will attain English language mastery according to the following CEFR aspirational levels :
    • English teachers: C1
  • Teacher Educator: C2

Programme Manager: Pn. Audrey Lim Bee Yoke
Division: English Language Teaching Center

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#54 District Transformation Programme

Vision

  • District Education Offices (PPD) capable of playing their roles efficiently and effectively to improve the quality of education in every school.

Rational & Ambition

  • PPD is the organisation closest to schools and are more knowledgeable about the strength and weaknesses of every school in their district to support the improvement of school performances.
  • Increase school achievements through state and district by strengthening local leadership, setting systems to achieve common goals, providing support to organisations most in need and monitor, problem solve and taking actions.

Outcomes

  • Urban-rural gap for academic achievement gap narrowed by 50%,
  • Socioeconomic and gender gap for academic achievement narrowed by 25%.
  • All PPD achieve a 4 stars rating in excellence

Programme Manager: Datin Sri Hajah Nor Zamani binti Abdol Hamid
Division: School Management Division

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#57 Education Transformation For Orang Asli And Indigenous People

Vision

  • Equal access to education for orang asli and indigenous children on par with the mainstream education

Rational & Ambition

  • To provide relevant educational opportunities in line with the needs of orang asli and indigenous children on par with the mainstream education
  • To raise equal access to quality education for orang asli and indigenous children relevant to their current needs

Outcomes

  • Increased attendance for orang asli children
  • Increased level of transition from year six to form one for orang asli children
  • Increased level of attendance for indigenous children in sabah and sarawak

Programme Manager: En. Cyril Christopher Singham
Division: School Management Division

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#34 Increasing Access and Quality of Education for Special Needs Students

Vision

  • Special Needs Students having the opportunity to reach an/their optimal individual potential

Rational & Ambition

  • Increasing access to education for Special Needs Students from preschool to secondary education levels.
  • Increasing the potential of Special Needs Students to an/their optimum level so that they can be independent and leverage their capabilities and abilities towards a meaningful life for their wellbeing, family, community and country.
  • Increasing understanding and awareness of schools and community members about Special Needs Students and Special Needs Education.

Outcomes

  • Special Needs Students having the ability to become model citizens/individuals who are independent towards leading a meaningful life for their wellbeing, family, community and country.

Programme Manager: Pn. Solehah binti Misron
Division: Special Education Division

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#6 Strengthening Unity at Schools

Vision

  • Students, teachers and school leaders practicing values based on unity.

Rational & Ambition

  • Students, teachers and school leaders are able to accept, respect and appreciate diversity in religion, ethnicity, culture and language in and out of classrooms.
  • Space and opportunity for students, teachers and school leaders from various religious, ethnic, cultural and language backgrounds to accept, respect and appreciate diversity and to instil love for country.
  • Unity Index amongst students and teachers is taken as an indicator for the development of unity related strategies.

Outcomes

  • Students and teachers from different socioeconomic, religious, ethnic, geographical background is able to unite, understand, accept and appreciate diversity in terms of religion, race, culture and and language to form a national identity in line with the Federal Constitution, National Principles, and the National Education Philosophy.

Programme Manager: Pn. Roslina Mohd. Roslin
Division: Co-Curricular and Arts Division

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#110 Development of Ethics and Values

Vision

  • Students with good values and character with a noble character

Rational & Ambition

  • Addressing social issues that are on the rise
  • Producing citizens who have quality in all aspects of life including education, morality, careers, thought and action, high level of civic-mindedness and aware of their role in religion, society and nation.
  • Providing additional values to students to increase their marketability on a global level

Outcomes

  • Well balanced students based on JERI and National Education Philosophy
  • Reduce the disciplinary problems in schools

Programme Manager: Hj Mohd Rashid Bin Mean
Division: Co-Curricular and Arts Division

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#37 Providing Basic Infrastructure to All School

Vision

  • All schools having conducive instrastructure

Rational & Ambition

  • Basic infrastructure available in all schools to support effective delivery of curriculum and pedagogy
  • All students to have access to quality education through a conducive learning environment regardless of location, size or type of school

Outcomes

  • Education development that meets the needs of local community and in line with Education Policy
  • Conducive infrastructure in all schools based on the Standard Infrastructure Guideline

Programme Manager: Pn. Zahnan Wahieyah Binti Mohammad Yusoff
Division: Education Development Division

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#43 Increasing MOE's Education Data Sharing and Strengthen the Dashboard Usage

Vision

  • Efficient management and integration of MOE’s education data with integrity

Rational & Ambition

  • Creation of collaborative and efficient data sharing practices between government agencies through MOE Education Data Repository
  • Improving the efficiency of the Education resource management
  • Enhancing the delivery system to all levels of MOE and other users
  • Empowering data analytical skills at all Divisions, JPNs & PPDs in making informed decisions, quickly and accurately

Outcomes

  • An analytical platform for MOE’s education data to make informed decisions quickly and accurately with integrity

Programme Manager: Dr. Haji Zabani bin Darus
Division: Educational Planning and Research Division

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#109 Implementation of MOE ICT Transformation Initiative

Vision

  • Effective ICT Ecosystem that Improves the Efficiency of MOE’s Service Delivery System

Rational & Ambition

  • Realizing the Digital Government Agenda of the 11th Malaysia Plan, the Public-Sector ICT Strategic Plan, MOE and PPPM Vision
  • Strengthening the educational service delivery system through:
    • The use of suitable, latest and high capability technology
    • Strengthening of ICT infrastructure and application systems that can be accessed without borders; and
    • Provision of platforms for the purpose of sharing information across agencies

Outcomes

  • ICT Transformation Plan that is structured, relevant, and optimises resource usage
  • ICT ecosystem that is robust, secure, integrated and with integrity

Programme Manager: Pn. Rubaizah binti Yatim
Division: Information Management Division

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#2 Optimisation of Expenditure Based on Programme Outcomes

Vision

  • Efficient Ministry Spending Based on Outcome Based Budgeting

Rational & Ambition

  • Reassess cost categories due to non Emolument budgetary constraints for the year 2018.
  • Ensuring greater efficiency in education expenditure based on OBB and each program should have significant, net positive, and quantifiable impact on key priority areas as established in Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013 – 2015 (MEB)
  • To reallocate Ministry resources to program linked to clear student outcomes.
  • Developing measurement methods to calculate Social Rate of Investment on programs.

Outcomes

  • Financial resource of the MOE used optimally

Programme Manager: En. Ahmad Yudi Bin Ismail
Division: Finance Division

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#70 Implementation of the New Structure for the Ministry

Vision

  • A sustainable MOE structure to ensure effective delivery of services

Rational & Ambition

  • The Ministry is restructured and no duplication of functions at all levels (Divisions, JPNs and PPDs)
  • Placement of leadership positions based on person-job fit
  • Understand the capabilities of the ministry leaders, identify the competence gaps for development and set the stage of competence
  • Identify the leadership talent of the Ministry and the ability to replace leaders
  • (Profile of Leaders / Leadership of the Ministry)

Outcomes

  • The Ministry is restructured to an optimal structure with functions that are aligned within Divisions, JPNs, and PPDs towards the delivery of quality services
  • The Ministry, JPNs, and PPDs are led by individuals who are knowledgeable and have excellent leadership skills and are able to transform Divisions and Departments under their respective operations

Programme Manager: En. Qalam Zainuddin bin Sani
Division: Human Resource Management Division