The 'Global Centre for Education Excellence' (GCEE) is based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Programme of USA. The GCEE model has been implemented into the Global Schools' environment where it greatly focuses on the needs and requirements of the students and parents with the intent to inculcate love, pride and respect for their nation, culture and values. The GCEE Program monitors and reviews the school’s performance and quality.
Role of the GCEE evaluation in strengthening schools:
To help improve organisational performance practices, capabilities and results
To facilitate communication and sharing of the best practices among schools
To serve as a working tool for understanding and managing performance and guide proper planning of opportunities for learning
These evaluation criteria help Global Schools to use an aligned approach to organisational performance-management that results in:
Constant improvement of service to our students and their parents
Improvement in the overall organisational effectiveness and capabilities
Enhancing organisational and personal learning
The seven categories of the criteria are:
2. Strategic Planning
3. Student and Market Focus
4. Measurement, Analysis and Knowledge Management
5. Workforce Focus
6. Process Management
For more information on Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Programme of USA, please click here.