Evaluating the Implementation of Policy on Education Board

Endang Sri Budi Herawati, Suryadi Suryadi, Bejdo Sujanto


Education Board is an independent institution that was formed and played a role in improving the quality of education services. The contribution of this institution in the development of education at the District/City level has been questioned. Institutions that should be the front guard in accommodating community participation are apparently not popular enough in the eyes of the public. His role in improving the quality of education has not been significant. This research is aimed to evaluate government policies regarding the Education Board, so that it can be concluded that the policy is beneficial for improving the quality of education services. This study uses the Discrepancy Evaluation Model method which consists of four stages, namely: design stage, installation stage, process stage, and product stage. The subjects in this study were the Education Board, the Education Office, the Regional People’s Representative Assembly, and all public schools in Cirebon Regency which were selected by the cluster sampling method. The results of the study indicate that the unclear rules regarding the source of funding for the Education Board are obstacles in the implementation of the work program of this institution. At the design and installation stages, this policy has been implemented according to the rules set. The work program has also been prepared by the Education Board according to the purpose of its formation. But the limitations of the budget and human resources are obstacles to optimizing the contribution of this institution in education development. It needs full support from the local government through Regents Regulations related to the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of various companies in Cirebon Regency, so that the improvement in the quality of education services can be more evenly distributed, and industry field (DUDI) has an overall active role in improving the quality of education in Cirebon Regency. It is also necessary to delegate authority from the education office to the Education Board regarding the development and empowerment of School Committees.


Board of Education; Community Participation; Gap Evaluation Model


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v1i3.1584

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