School Management
Recently Published Documents





2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
pp. 89-98
Ojak Manurung ◽  
Candra Wijaya ◽  
Achmad Zulfikar Siregar

This study aims to determine Full Day School Management in SMA As Syafi’iyah Medan, Jl. Karya Wisata Ii No.1,Medan Johor, Medan, North Sumatra Province. This research is a qualitative popoulasi study of the Full Day School teacher and management and students of SMA As Syafi’iyah Medan. In an effort to improve student character education in MAN 2, the terrain model includes stages, namely: planning Full Day School learning, implementing Full Day School learning and evaluating Full Day School learning. Learning planning is adapted to the curriculum adopted by SMA As Syafi’iyah Medan, namely the government curriculum, local curriculum and school curriculum and the formulation of syllabus and plan for implementing learning. The implementation of Full Day School learning consists of habituation activities, exemplary activities, nationalism and patriotism activities and student creativity activities. Evaluation Full Day School learning in general in Medan Model 2 MAN 2 in determining minimal completeness provides an assessment of three domains, namely cognitive, affective and domain psychomotor.  

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (1) ◽  
pp. 34
Ahmad Ahmad

The purpose of this study is to describe the monitoring of the Implementation of the Computer-Based National Assessment (ANBK) at the Kopang District Primary Schools in 2021. The research method used is a descriptive method. The research data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. While the data analysis technique used descriptive qualitative and quantitative analysis. The results of the study indicate that in order to improve the quality and quantity of the implementation of ANBK in the future, it is necessary to: (1) Improve the competence of educators and education staff in preparing literacy and numeracy-oriented questions in each subject through workshops. (2) Capacity building of educators and education staff in implementing school digitization through IHT. (3) Increasing the provision of ANBK facilities and infrastructure by procuring at least one IT laboratory space in one school cluster through DAK. (4) Increasing the availability of computer/laptop equipment through the use of Regular/Affirmative/Performance BOS funds. (5) Capacity building of school principals in school management. (6) Increasing the capacity of school supervisors in academic supervision and managerial supervision. (7) Empowerment of KKG, KKKS and KKPS forums in completing their respective main tasks and functions.

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 ◽  
pp. 792-808
Benzar Glen Grepon ◽  
Niño Baran ◽  
Kenn Migan Vincent Gumonan ◽  
Aldwin Lester Martinez ◽  

Purpose–Colleges and Universities have been established to provide educational services to the people. Like any other organization, the school has processes and procedures similar to business or industry that involve admissions, processing of data, and generation of reports. Those processes are made possible through a centralized system in storing, processing, and retrieval of data and information, the majority of the schools in the country are already adopting computer-based systems to address their needs especially on their student and school-related transactions. The absence of a computer system and the complexity of the transactions of the college which makes the personnel be loaded with paper works in storingand keeping student records and information is the motivating factor why the School Management Information System has been designed and developed for a community college in the northern part of Mindanao.Method-This paper discusses the Major Functionalities and Modules of the systemthroughits implementation methodology which is the AgileModel and its impact on the delivery of services and procedures in the overall operation of the college.Results–The project has been evaluated based on ISO 25010,a quality model used for product/software quality evaluation systems. Based on the results of the evaluation, SMIS has been Functional, Usable, and Reliable with an average for every criterion above 4.04indicating very good performance based on a Likert scale descriptive interpretation.Conclusion–Based on the preceding findings of the study, the respondents agreed that the developed e-school system was functional and lifted the transaction process of the school. The faculty and staff have benefited from making use of the system. The overall quality and performance of the system was verygood in terms of functionality, usability, andreliability.Recommendations–It is recommended that future development such as the smartphone and tablet-based attendance monitoring should be integrated, a kiosk for grades and schedule viewing should also be placed inside the campus that is connected to the database server. Online student information systems should also be developed for the benefit of the students and parents, in easily monitoring school-related activities and requirements.Research Implications–The study enabled the centralization of school and student data in storing, processing and retrieval. The System has been implemented in the college and has been updated now and then for continuous quality improvement.

2022 ◽  
pp. 293-312
Ujwal Prakash

To maintain continuity of education, school management was confronted with a conflicting situation of mobilizing the student learning process and simultaneously maintaining COVID-19 protocols without having the cushion of using online medium in the village. The mission was accomplished through an extraordinary education delivery system which was non-technical, cost-effective, prudent, and still efficient that would revitalize education by using the existing village resources. This case documents how Utkramit Madhya Vidyalaya achieved this unexpected goal which illustrates how frugal techniques can be effective in any management process if the vision for work remains the centripetal force in the organization.

2021 ◽  
Vol 16 (6) ◽  
pp. 3305-3316
Zulkarnain Zulkarnain ◽  
Zubaedi Zubaedi

The purpose of this study is to reveal the objective conditions and characteristics of Islamic boarding school management as a model of community-based education in Bengkulu City. This study uses a qualitative approach, the method used is a single instrumental case study. The data collection process used (1) in-depth interviews, (2) participatory observation, and (3) documentation study. The data analysis technique is domain analysis by focusing on terms, semantic relationships, and the phrases they cover. The results and research findings show that Islamic boarding school management as a model of community-based education in Bengkulu City needs to be addressed regarding management according to good and correct management principles, which have been using full authority and top leader charisma. Given that Islamic boarding school is a type of community-based education, the application of management must pay attention to the aspects of management that apply to community-based education.   Keywords: management, community-based education, Islamic boarding school

Sibusiso Cyprian Nomatshila ◽  
Teke Ruffin Apalata ◽  
Sikhumbuzo A. Mabunda

Globally, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) were responsible for 41 million deaths in 2016, with the majority of these occurring in low- and middle-income countries. These diseases are on the rise as a result of unhealthy, low-quality, and unbalanced diets, which have resulted in overweight and obesity. The National School Nutrition Program (NSNP) was created to regulate the foods sold to schoolchildren. The aim of this study was to ascertain school management teams’ perspectives on the relationship between the NSNP and the development of lifestyle diseases. A phenomenological qualitative study using focus group discussions among 16 purposively selected members of the school management teams were conducted in Mt Frere, Eastern Cape in 2016. The narrative data were analyzed using Tesch’s eight-phase thematic analysis approach. The data analysis revealed two themes (NSNP and the vendor system) and six sub-themes. The NSNP was viewed as making a significant contribution to children’s food security, thereby improving academic output. However, reengineering of the NSNP was needed through improved budgeting and inclusion of breakfast in the menu to control NCDs risk factors. The current implementation of the vendor system did not support reduction of NCDs risk factors. Improved implementation of the guide to the vendor system is needed.

2021 ◽  
Vol 28 (2) ◽  
pp. 17
Aini Safitri ◽  
Heri Rahmatsyah Putra

<p>Teachers and employees are the driving force in the management of school institutions. Successfully managing a school depends on the flow of information from each level. Communication as a human need plays a crucial role in increasing the loyalty of school residents. Leadership communication to subordinates and vice versa and communication between members is also expected to create a harmonious working atmosphere. This study aims to determine the efforts to increase the loyalty of school personnel through an organizational communication approach by school principals by applying qualitative research methods that describe in-depth what was obtained from the informant. The study results indicate that the form of organizational communication in increasing the loyalty of school residents takes place vertically and horizontally. The principal communicates openly or directly at ceremonies and meetings and personally to teachers and employees in instructing all kinds of policies and providing encouragement to improve the performance of teachers and employees. Likewise, between teachers and employees, there is horizontal communication that creates a harmonious and pleasant work environment to increase employee loyalty and motivation.</p><p> </p>

2021 ◽  
Nurtanio Agus Purwanto ◽  
Dwi Esti Andriani ◽  
Suyud Suyud

The aim of this study was to assess the managerial and supervisory competency levels of public elementary school principals in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province. A questionnaire was used to collect data from 90 public elementary school principals. The data were analysed using a quantitatve approach. The results showed that the managerial competency level of these school principals was good. Continuing professional development (CPD) programs for principals are needed to further improve their competency levels. In addition, these CPD programs should focus on leadership rather than school management skills as the characteristics of the principal job have changed significantly. Keywords: school principals, principal managerial competency, principal supervisory competency

Sign in / Sign up

Export Citation Format

Share Document