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Review On Decentralization Of Education In The Era Of Regional Autonomy In Indonesia

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Sulaiman L. Azis



Education quality, policy evaluation, government commitment



The decentralization of education in accordance with the Law on Regional Autonomy in Indonesia is the delegation of authority in the form of regulation, management, guidance, supervision and substance, curriculum, quality of learning, teacher qualification, and infrastructure in the education service unit from the central government to regency/city governments. The management objectives cover three strategic steps, namely; increasing equity and expanding opportunities to obtain quality education; development of competition insight and nation's superiority; and strengthen education linkages to match development needs. In its implementation constrained several problems, especially curriculum, human resources, funds, and educational infrastructure. The success of the decentralization of education in addition to the commitment of government in the development of institutional and coordination organizations, also requires the professionalism of supervisors in carrying out professional coaching teachers.



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