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Resource Acquisition In Providing Free Education For Street Children
Titim Eliawati*

Universitas Potensi Utama

There is a need for a flexible education management system yet stable, providing special education services also offer space for street children to adjust the changes of street life to the sedentary life, have a new family and school. School Master has many achievements concerning the interests of street children in acquiring education as high. The purpose of this study was to understand the resources in the acquisition made by the School Master in providing free education for street children. This is a qualitative research with case study method, which was held at the School Master, Depok City, West Java. The study found that: first, school leader has an experience that is almost the same as street children, which led a very strong internal motivation and encouraged the leader to help the street children; second, to identify the resources of the requirement at the Master School both short-term and long-term needs emphasized the need to be able to survive either individually of learners and volunteers as well as institutionally in implementing free education for street children; third, friendship is a symbiotic mutualism that is built by sincerity as the main strategy of the School Master in obtaining resources. Network development beginning of interpersonal relationships which later grew into the form of collaboration between the school community and its volunteers; fourth, School leaders dominate the resource acquisition planning phase to gain financial resources, real resources, and volunteers; fifth, real resources and funds acquisition come from outside the school. Otherwise, human resources can be recruited internally (alumni).

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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