INCREASING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EDUCATION QUALITY THROUGH COMMITTEE SCHOOL PARTICIPATION APPROACH

Lukman Hakim

Abstract


The aim of study was to find out the approach of to develop of community participation in improving the quality of education process. Community had the important role in education because the community gave the impact on education quality progress. The research used descriptive qualitative approach. Data collection techniques consisted of observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis was carried out in two stages, namely (1) data analysis in single or individual cases and (2) cross-case data analysis. The results of the study concluded that the approach of community participation in the implementation of elementary school education programs in Mataram is the school as a community center. The implication of the results is the concept of developing the community in the process of elementary school education in Mataram and increasing awareness of all parties in formulating the concept of education process.


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School Committee, Education, Primary School

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35445/alishlah.v12i2.215

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