PRESERVE THE SPIRIT OF SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA
State University of Padang
Law Number 20 Year 2003 on National Education System mandates that education in Indonesia is conducted with the principles of school-based management. The rule of law is strengthened with derivatives regulation which introduced autonomous education.
In practice, education provision which authorizes the educational unit are still experiencing problems, such as the tendency of local governments that do not support and do not provide the opportunity for principals to manage schools with the right principles of school-based management.
In an effort to maintain the mandate of the laws and regulations, the Central Government introduce some programs, whether carried out with the cooperation with foreign donors and those that use state budget, such as: 1) Decentralized Basic Education Programme (DBEP), 2) Regional Education Development and Improvement Program ( REDIP), 3) Based Quality Improvement Management School (MPMBS), and 4) School-Based Quality Improvement Program (PPMBS);
However, after piloting the program is finished, the sustainability of the program generally does not occur, so that once the program is completed then also no further activities that forwarded by the local government.
Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School