EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FINANCING ANALYSIS IN SOME BIG CITIES IN INDONESIA ; AN ETHICS APPROACH
Taufani C. Kurniatun Peri Akbar
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
The discussion related to the financing of early childhood education/kindergarten is also examining the financing ethics and the related financing aspects. It is becoming important based on the fact that the achievements of ECE GER in Indonesia is still low and the community participation still hold a dominant part in its financing. The phenomenon of a very high price to be paid by parents, especially in urban areas raises the issue of ethics. This paper discusses whether this tendency is ethical, both in terms of the ethical side of the business and social ethics. This research method is using a qualitative approach to explore a number of documents and interviews as well as the use of ethical analysis. The results showed different responses seen from both business ethics and social ethics.
Topic: Economic and Finance in Education