Determinant Implementation of Government Policy Serang City Banten Province Indonesia in the Implementation of Compulsory 9 Years Basic Education

Milwan, and Hamdi, Muchlis and Djaenuri, Aries and Juntika, (2017) Determinant Implementation of Government Policy Serang City Banten Province Indonesia in the Implementation of Compulsory 9 Years Basic Education. The International journal of Social Science, 56 (1). pp. 1-18. ISSN ISSN :2305-4557

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The problem of this research is why the implementation of compulsory 9 years basic education policy in Serang city for the last 3 years (2014 - 2016) has not been able to realize the compulsory policy objective of 9 years basic education, examined from the determinant of public policy implementation. The main reference theory in this research is Muchlis Hamdi's theory (2014) about the assessment of policy implementation from the determinant side. The research method used is qualitative research design (explorative); to determine informants, researchers used purposive and snowball techniques; data collection techniques used: in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation techniques; and data analysis methods using qualitative data analysis. The research results are: a) Determinant substance of the policy: there is no clarity about the basic measures and objectives of compulsory basic education policy 9 years in Serang city and not yet equipped with mayor regulation that regulates further about basic education, b) Determinant of behavior the task of implementing the policy: commitment, level of performance, competence, and compliance officer of standard operating procedures (SOP) is still less satisfactory, c) Determinant interaction of network among implementing organization: communication and interaction of network between implementing organization not yet effective and not utilize technological progress in social media; d) Determinants of target group participation: targeted community participation has not been satisfactory (number of drop out rates is still high enough); e) Determinant resources: availability of funds, implementers, equipment, information and technology has not been adequate in terms of quantity and quality. The determinants of the success or failure of policy implementation from Hamdi’s theory (2014) need to be clarified again the details of the indicators: a) the policy communication factor should be added as one of the indicators of the determinants of network interaction; b) commitment factors need to be added as an indicator of the behavioral determinant of the policy implementer's task; and c) economic, social and political factors should be added as an indicator of the determinants of resource availability in policy implementation.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: determinants of policy implementation, implementation of education policy, compulsory basic education
Subjects: 300 Social Science > 370-379 Education (Pendidikan) > 379.4-379.9 Public Policy Education in Specific Localities (Peraturan-peraturan Pendidikan di Lokasi Tertentu)
Divisions: Koleksi Digital > Artikel
Depositing User: Pandu Ristiyono
Date Deposited: 03 Nov 2017 06:47
Last Modified: 14 Feb 2019 04:27

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