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An Analysis on the Evaluation Results of the Ministry of Education for Local Government’s Administrative Performance in Special Education: the Four Times Evaluation Results of Three Local Governments As the Case
the ministry of education
the evaluation of administrative performance in special education
This study used Historical Method and Content Analysis to review the change in overall and itemized administrative performance of four special education administrative evaluations ( year 2002, 2004, 2012, 2014), conducted by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan, in 22 local governments. We further analyzed the performance outcome of the three governments (Taoyuan County, Miaoli County and Christi County), which improved through the years, using Qualitative Research Method. We analysed the qualitative data of the all four evaluations of three selected districts by classifying and coding the data and then comparing them with a coding chart established based on the items that were evaluated in year 103. After reviewing the results, we would make a comment on whether the three selected country had showed an improvement, regression or no significant change through the years and then make further suggestions. The main findings of the study were as following: 1. The evolvement of the evaluation outcomes of all 22 districts. (1) The qualitative data found two districts having high stability, three districts showed an improvement, ten districts showed a long term unchanged average performance , four districts showed a regression and three districts showed a long term unchanged below average performance . (2) The evolvement of the qualitative outcome of individual evaluation items. The administrative institute: two districts showed an improvement, nine districts showed a long term unchanged average performance and 11 districts showed a regression. The assessment and placement: three districts showed an improvement, eleven districts showed a long term unchanged average performance, seven districts showed a regression and one district showed a long term unchanged below average performance. The curriculum and teaching: two districts showed an improvement, six districts showed a long term unchanged average performance, thirteen districts showed a regression and one district showed a long term unchanged below average performance. The special education resources: nine districts showed a long term unchanged average performance, thirteen districts showed a regression. The support and transferring: eleven districts showed an improvement, three districts showed a long term unchanged average performance, eight districts showed a regression. The funding and application: seven districts showed an improvement, six districts showed a long term unchanged average performance, nine districts showed a regression. 2. Three districts showing improvement in the four evaluations were found the following: Strenths: Having a special educational administrative system that is very well established and steadily functioning. Having a multichannel auditing system that is effectively integrated. Teaching talents are well cultivated and used. Funding on special education are carefully budgeted and well spent. Weakness: poor record keeping on appeal process and lack of educational service in high schools. Based on the findings, our propose to the local government is to effectively integrate the special education resource center and the special education counseling group to establish a multi-disciplinary mechanism; actively cultivate teaching talents, make the appeal process widely publicised. Coordination the amendments of central and local government legislation and systems. The main proposal to the central government is to set up a special education counselinggroup at the central level and to establish follow-up counseling system after planning evaluation.
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