Here is a brief description of Checkmyschool (CMS) for your reference:
Checkmyschool.org (CMS) is a participatory monitoring initiative which aims to improve service delivery in public education by promoting social accountability and transparency. It uses a blended approach by combining digital media and community mobilization.
The digital media are composed of the website, social media, and mobile technology which allow people to share information and send feedback.
Its community mobilization approach involves partnership building with different stakeholders such as the school stakeholders, local school board, the private sector, academe and government agencies.
Started in 2011, CMS was established as a joint initiative of the Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP) and the Department of Education (DepEd). CMS makes use of the ANSA-EAP's formula to exact social accountability through constructive engagement and citizen monitoring. CMS works closely with the Department of Education (DepEd) and other relevant government offices in the resolution of issues through empowering citizens to engage the government offices in dialogue and collaborative problem-solving. School communities are engaged in monitoring the services of the Department of Education through data collection, making the data & feedback collected available, and issue resolution.