SCHOOL COMMITTEE INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION IN ISLAMIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS

Authors

  • Arum Fatayan Universitas Negri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Ivan Hanafi Universitas Negri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Eliana Sari Universitas Negri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Abd. Rahman A Ghani Universitas Muhammadiyah Uhamka, Jakarta, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25128/2520-6230.19.2.9

Keywords:

Islamic junior high Schools, School Based Management.

Abstract

Education management functions are not much different from general management functions. Islamic School themselves present in the world of education in Indonesia are motivated by the desire of the people to apply equally between the science of religion and general science. The progress of Islamic junior high Schools in Indonesia is inseparable from Comitee involvement in the implementation of School-Based Management. The School community itself is from internal islamic School, namely educators and education staff as well as the Islamic School community from external, namely the school committee consisting of parents of students and also local residents.

Author Biographies

Ivan Hanafi, Universitas Negri Jakarta

PhD, Professor

Eliana Sari, Universitas Negri Jakarta

Associate Professor of Educational Management,

Abd. Rahman A Ghani, Universitas Muhammadiyah Uhamka, Jakarta

Profesor Evaluasi Pendidikan

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2019-06-30

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