Collaborative Governance in the Implementation of Vocational Schools in Makassar City


This study aimed to analyze collaborative governance in the implementation of vocational schools in Makassar City. Using a qualitative approach, data was collected through in-depth interviews with key informants, participatory observations, and document analysis. The results of this study show that collaborative governance in the implementation of vocational schools, as formulated by Ansell and Gash (starting condition, facilitative leadership, institutional design, collaborative process, and intermediate outcome) in the collaborative governance process, has not been fully implemented, and there are still stakeholders who have not participated in this field of work. In addition, we can see that in the implementation of the curriculum, fully collaborative governance has not worked according to the teaching staff, funding, and infrastructure supported by the results of interviews from the principal and Forestry vocational high school teachers Makassar, SMKN 3 Makassar, Telkom vocational school, and Jaya Negara vocational school, said that. The results of this research can be used as a basis for the development of an effective collaborative model for vocational schools in Makassar City.

Keywords: collaborative, governance, stakeholders, vocational stud

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