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EPSSim
Education Policy & Strategy Simulation
To Support National Education Policy
Development, Planning, Costing,
Monitoring and Evaluation
Raphaelle Martinez
UNESCO Division of Education Strategies and
Capacity Building
Section for Policy Analysis and Strategies
[email protected]
WHAT IS EPSSim?
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Education Policy and Strategy Simulation
Excel run model
Generic model
Sector-wide modelling tool
All simulations are carried out by level and by
category of inputs
Disaggregated information/projections
Contains a number of exercises, modules &
utilities
EPSSim:
aligning PLANNING & SIMULATION
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STEPS OF STRATEGIC PLANNING
STEPS/COMPONENTS OF EPSSim
 The system is ANALYZED (Diagnosis)
 BASELINE DATA & INFO (Data input)
 The future is EXPLORED / DEFINED
 POLICY ASSUMPTIONS
(Prognosis/Policy Formulation)
(Decision/independant variables)
 The “work” is PLANNED (Action
 PROJECTION RESULTS (Dependant
Planning)
 The progress/result is REVIEWED
(Assessment, M&E)
variables)
 INDICATORS (to indicate the path from
current to future development)
EPSSIM: SIMPLIFIED STRUCTURE
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ORIGIN OF EPSSim
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Designed in 2001to support national
education systems in the formulation of
credible education sector plans
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Later adopted as a UN-wide education
support tool
UNESCO Division of Education Strategies and Capacity Building
Section for Policy Analysis and Strategies
SIMULATION RESULTS
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Human resources,
instructional
material and
infrastructure
requirements per
year
 Costs (recurrent
and capital) per
sub sector
 Domestic (public
and private) and
external
contributions
(expenditure
framework)
 Financing gaps
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DIFFERENT SCENARIOS TO INFORM
POLICY DIALOGUE...
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EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK
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INPUTS
Quantity
Costs
2008
Staff costs
Teacher salaries
Managerial staff
Other personnel
Capacity development
Non-salary recurrent costs
Instructional materials
Teaching aids
Maintenance
School feeding
Capital/development costs
New classrooms
New other rooms
Equipment & furniture
Reconstruction
Total costs
2010
2012
Total
2015
2020
APPLICATIONS Of EPSSim
Different policy and planning contexts
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Sector Planning and/or EFA- FTI
Decentralized education system support
Sector policies and strategies reform
Research
Sector Planning and/or EFA-FTI
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Algeria
School Flow
Management
Policy dialogue between
ministries and articulation in
development of copulsory,
higher and
technical/vocational
education
Moldova
Development of Early
Childhood Education
with FTI CF
CB in policy dialoguePlanning and design of
resource framework in
favour of ECE development
Development of
Master Plan
Sector Wide master planning
and SWAp for Goverment-led
donor coordination
Mongolia
Decentralized eductation systems
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Argentina
Policy resource
frameworks in line with
national goals
Policy options for increased
resource allocations for
disadvantaged– CB
Nigeria
State education plans in
conformity with
national policy
Ed. Sector Analysis - 10 yr
plans in 6 states - CB
Mozambique
Decentralized plans at
provincial & district
levels
CB – Local actions planned to
implement the national plan.
+ Preparation of the national
plan ( reform measures)
CB in planning, M&E at
federal and state levels
CB in stats, policy dialogue,
planning, and M&E –
Coordination of Ministries
Sudan
Sector Policies and Strategies Reform
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Croatia &
Serbia
Alignment of Existing
Policies with EU
Standards
Review of the education
policies – CB in policy
elaboration and programme
M&E
Niger
NFE Policy
Formulation
Development of policy and
strategy for non formal
education
Ecuador
Development of ProPoor Policy within
the Sector Plan
Design of policy options to
induce minorities and to
provide adequate support
Research
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GMR 2010: Reaching and Teaching the Most
Marginalised
Estimating the funding gaps as well as external
financing necessary to achieve EFA goals at
country level – 3 case studies
Identifying country specific policy options and
gauging the cost implications of addressing the
marginalization in a sector wide perspective
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INESM: Inter-agency Network on Education
Simulation Models – A clearinghouse
www.unesco.org/education/en/inesm
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Numerous modelling approaches and tools are coexisting
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INESM brings together diversity of tools, expertise and experiences
related to ESMs developed for various contexts and purposes of strategic
and operational education planning
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THANK YOU
Your questions about EPSSim:
[email protected]
UNESCO Division of Education Strategies and Capacity Building
Section for Policy Analysis and Strategies