There are three Deputy Chief Education Officers, namely, the DCEO (Administration) who has responsibility for the Policy Implementation and Monitoring Unit; the DCEO (Development) who has responsibility for the Monitoring, Evaluating, Reporting and Development Unit, and the Deputy Chief Education Officer (Technical) for the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Unit.

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Conceptually, education policy making and monitoring is differentiated from education implementation. This is a logical position and is one of the main reasons for the current structural formation. However, at another important level, education is too complex and far reaching a process to be left in the hands of a few, albeit competent professionals based at the centre.

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Purpose

To advise the Minister on the formulation of policy in relation to the Ministry and its constituent departments; planning programmes and allocating responsibility to Divisional Heads; and directing and controlling the activities of the units/departments of the ministry.

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It is at the school level, where the interaction between the Headteacher and the teachers with the children will have the biggest impact on the ability of the children to learn. To this end the systems of support, monitoring and evaluation will be highly developed and fully operational. This section outlines the role and responsibilities of each member of the school community in achieving the highest standard of learning and teaching.

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The Chief Education Officer is the Head of the Professional Arm of the Ministry of Education. Reporting to this officer are three (3) deputies: the Deputy Chief Education Officer (Administration) responsible for the Policy Implementation and Monitoring Unit, the Deputy Chief Education Officer (Development) responsible for the Monitoring, Evaluating, Reporting and Development Unit,

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Conceptually, education policy making and monitoring is differentiated from education implementation. This is a logical position and is one of the main reasons for the current structural formation. However, at another important level, education is too complex and far reaching a process to be left in the hands of a few, albeit competent professionals based at the centre.

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