Academic Civitas Perception to 5 Days School Implementation for Senior High School and Equivalent


Education is one of an indicator of country progress. Improving the education quality in Indonesia keeps trying to be marked by the policies. One of them is The Minister and Culture Policy No.23/2017 about the school day that arranged the school day began on Monday till Friday. For that reason, assessment of this policy is required to be continue to be held to understand how the effectiveness of this policy. This research aims to understand academics civitas perception of the policy implementation effectiveness in terms of academic and psychological aspect. This research is done by using mix method with a sequential explanatory as model data analysis. The research result show that the teacher perception of psychological aspect are 88% to having indicator, 82% to the loving, 72% to being and 82% to health indicator. Furthermore, the result from the academic aspect are 78% to philosophical indicator and 83% to pedagogical indicator. While the result of students perception from the psychological aspects are 75% to having indicator, 73% to loving, 67% to being and 75% to health indicator. Furthermore, the result for academic aspect are 75% to philosophical indicator and 76% to pedagogical indicator. Based on the result, it can be concluded that the teachers and students perception during 5 days school implemetion is good except on being indicator. It means that the saturation level during 5 days school implementation is high.



Keywords: 5 Days School, Academic Aspect, Psychological Aspects Academic Civitas, and Perception.

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