Sustainable Quality in Education

The costs of dysfunctional education are too high for ill served learners, organizations, the economy and society. In a challenging global environment the need for efficiency innovation is critical. And Human Centered Management for sustainable quality model a multidisciplinary solution for complex problems in education.

Why sustainable quality in education?

  • Involve all academic and supportive staff in learners’ holistic development.
  • Encourage students to develop curiosity.
  • Enhance lived experiences and embrace learning challenges.
  • Optimize aspirations of learners and educators in the classroom but extrapolate to create a better world.
  • Value innovation and risk taking leading to performance improvement and sustainable quality.
  • Engage educators and learners with local, national and the global community to develop and strengthen social responsibility for a better world.
  • Strengthen institutional, academic, and students’ links in community partnerships.
  • Act locally but with a global vision.
  • Stimulate opportunities that challenge old assumptions and build new problem solving capacity.
  • Broaden understanding of corporate and institutional social responsibility and global citizenship.

The Lepeley Human Centered Management for Sustainable Quality in Education 

Human Centered Management for sustainable quality in education empowers educators and institutions to accomplish its mission and improve results that optimize student achievement in synchrony with demands in labor markets and wellbeing standards of an inclusive Knowledge Society.

The Model includes 7 Management Areas. Each Management Area is divided into Assessment Elements. The Model has 45 Assessment Elements to evaluate performance, improvement, areas that need improvement, and scoring.



Scoring System: IPIEI Sustainable Quality Cycle

Improvement in each Management Area is measured assigning to the 45 Assessment Elements a percentile based on processes advances in the five stages of the IPIEI Sustainable Quality Cycle.  Where 1) I = New Idea. 2) P = Planning, 3) I = Implementation, 4) E = Evaluation, 5) I = Continuous Improvement. Sustainable quality requires continuous process improvement.



Sustainable Quality Scoring

Clarifying the difference between Quality Standard and level of Performance 

  • Maximum Model score: 1.000 points = SUSTAINABLE QUALITY / PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE
  • Minimum score to achieve basic quality standard: over 600 points
  • 600 point and below: Performance[1] NOT ACCEPTABLE AS QUALITY STANDARD