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IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Promoting School's Efficiency Through Academic and Non-Academic Outputs


Safi Ullah, Muhammad Yunas, Muhammad Iqbal, Hina Gul


School’s outputs are graduates of the school who completed a given cycle of education in stipulated time. They have the requisite knowledge and skills induced by school. It may be in the form of different capacities created in students by schools such as competence in utilizing language, math, social and natural science and citizenship. Poor performance of output indicators may reflect various problems in programme design and implementation or adverse changes in external factors. Output indicators can be categorized into academic/cognitive and non-academic/non-cognitive. Academic/ cognitive outputs include learning skills, writing skills, knowledge of arithmetic, special knowledge of skills and specialization. In order to measure the cognitive outputs, the objectives of any particular age-group can be set, common curriculum can be devised and standardized tests can be formulated. Most parents expect that school will induce basic moral and ethical values in their wards as well as achievement in terminal examination. The school will also prepare students for their place in the wider society, not only in terms of cognitive skills but in social skills and interpersonal relationships, as well. Output indicators includes number of graduates at a particular level and their test scores; the information about dropout rate; completion rate, survival rate, examination pass rate, enhancing enrolment and minimizing dropout rate, increasing graduation rate are related to the efficiency of schools.

Competence, Completion rate, Dropout rate, Examination and Graduate.

IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Volume 2
Issue 2, June 2019
30 June 2019
IOARP Journal of Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (JITLA)
15 July 2019
7 - 23
GDL-JITLA02-002
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