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Title: Public Organization Private Partnership: studi Tentang Kemitraan Dalam Pemenuhan Sarana Prasarana Pendidikan di SMA Negeri Kabupaten Purworejo
Authors: Nurbaity, Nikmah
Keywords: school facility;partnership;government;organization;private sector;social capital
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Doktor Studi Pembangunan Program Pascasarjana UKSW
Abstract: School facilities are important factors in accomplishing the goal of education in schools. Most schools, however, find it difficult to provide and maintain school facilities. The government has limited resources to provide and maintain all school facilities in our country. To provide and maintain the school facilities, state senior high school in Purworejo regency work together in partnership with the government, community organization such as parent and alumni associations and the private sector in Public Organization Private Patnership (POPP). This recearch aims to (a) portray the ideal and real conditions of school facilities in state senior high schools in Purworejo regency. (b) analyze the role of government, community organization and private sectors in partnership to provide and maintain school facilities, (c) analyze the strategy to improve the role of each entity in partnership, and (d) analyze the social capital upon which the principles of the partnership are based. This recearch was conducted in three state senior high schools in Purworejo regency: Senior High School 1 Puworejo,Senior High School 3 Puworejo, and Senior High School 9 Puworejo.The informans of this research were the head of the school facilities sector in the Office of Education, three school principals, three school committees, three vice principals, staff and treasurer, board members of the alumni associations, and two bank officers from the private sector. The focus of this recearch is the role of partnership in providing and maintaining school facilities. The recearch methods used were observation, in-dept interview, and document study. The data was analyzed using a qualitative analysis approach. The recearch finding showed that schools had Public, Organization, and Private Patnership (POPP) to provide and maintain school facilities. This partnership involves the government, parents, alumni and private sector, each with its own responsibility and role to achieve the same goal. POPP has been well conducted because of social capital which supports the principles of the partnership such as : 1) Reciprocity, 2) Accountability, 3) Join decision making, 4) Respect, 5) Trust, 6) Transparency, 7)Sustainability, 8) Mutual interest, 9) Initiative, 10) Negotiation, 11) Networking, 12) Responsibility and 13) Filantropy. The policy implication of this study is that government should review the education policy relating to school facilities. The school should take more initiative to involve the government, parents, alumni and private sector to collaborate in providing and maintaining school facilities.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/7061
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