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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 11, Part B (2021)

Implementation of state school merger policy in Morotai Island regency, North Maluku Province Case study at elementary School 2 Morotai Island

Author(s)
Septianus Dego, Jeffry Lengkong, Shelty Sumual and Roos Tuerah
Abstract
This study aims to describe: (1) How is the mechanism for implementing the merger policy of State Elementary Schools in Pulau Morotai Regency, especially in State Elementary School 2 Morotai Island, (2) Factors influencing school merger policy in State Primary School 2 Morotai Island, (3) The impact of the school merger policy at the 2nd State Elementary School on Morotai Island. This study uses qualitative research methods with a case study approach to describe data, facts, and circumstances. The data collection techniques were carried out by observation, interviews, and documentation. While the data analysis techniques used data analysis techniques Milles and Huberman models, namely data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that (1) the mechanism for implementing the merger policy of the flagship State Elementary School 2 Morotai Island begins with interpretation, organizing, socializing, implementing and evaluating, (2) The factors that influence the merger policy in the State Primary School 2 Morotai Island are the Laws and Regulations. Invitation, student factor, teacher factor, and school infrastructure factor, (3) The impact of the merger policy in the Elementary School 2 on Morotai Island is influenced by the desired impact including: the fulfillment of educators, an increase in school student operational assistance funds, complete infrastructure facilities, and the fulfillment of the number of students based on study groups. While the unwanted impact is the increase in the work of the principal.
Pages: 106-112  |  129 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Septianus Dego, Jeffry Lengkong, Shelty Sumual, Roos Tuerah. Implementation of state school merger policy in Morotai Island regency, North Maluku Province Case study at elementary School 2 Morotai Island. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(11):106-112.
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