Policy Implementation: Basic Education 9 Years Indonesian School Abroad in Malaysia


Until 2010 there were 14 SILN (Indonesian Foreign Schools) active, Indonesian Schools Overseas, with varying conditions and typologies. One of them was through the establishment of the Indonesian Overseas School in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. An interesting fact is from the organization of Indonesian Overseas Schools in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. This school has 141 branches or Community Learning Centers (CLC), which are spread across Sabah and Sarawak. This study aims to examine and analyze how the Implementation of Basic education 9 years Indonesian school abroad in Malaysia using qualitative research methods and the theory of Policy Implementation from Van Meter & Van Horn. The results of the study indicate that : 1) In the aspect of Human Resources Management, teachers and local teachers recruited by GTK with the majority of local teachers still graduating from high school, there are some S1 graduates, but have never been given basic potential knowledge about teacher training; 2) In the aspect of Financial Management, SIKK is still dependent, not yet entered into a permanent DIPA; 3) In the aspect of Infrastructure, there are arbitrary institutions, even more concerned, infrastructure built by the community. Recommendations from the research strengthen the capacity between sections within SIKK and formulate the existing organizational structure for the development of SIKK, and other factors that need to be considered are infrastructure in the management of 9-year basic education in Sabah.

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Budiman Rusli, University of Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Erwin Rinaldi, University of Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Riki Satia Muharam, STIA CIMAHI, Indonesia

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Conference: ACE2019
Stream: International Education

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