Implementation of Educational Policy in Indonesia


One of the goals of the state is to educate the nation. Education is the right of every Indonesian citizen regardless of social status, economic status, ethnicity, ethnicity, religion, and gender. ‘Education for all’ ensures educational services are provided for students who have physical or mental barriers, economic and social barriers or geographical barriers. In the era of regional autonomy the strategic policies adopted by the Directorate General of Primary and Secondary Education related to education policy are: (1) management of school-based quality improvement; (2) education based on community participation (community-based education); (3) using learning paradigms or learning paradigms; (4) the Government also plans education based on Broad Base Education System (BBE). The policy implementation process can only begin if the goals and objectives that were originally general in nature have been detailed, action programs have been designed and a number of funds/ costs have been allocated to realize these goals and objectives.

Keywords: implementation, educational policy, Indonesia

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