IMPLEMENTING FULL DAY SCHOOL IN INDONESIA: “ANALYSING IMPACTS ON STUDENT, TEACHER, AND SCHOOL STAKEHOLDERS”
Ms., Mataram University, Indonesia, firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper aimed to investigate the impact of implementing full day school in Indonesia which is the newest education policy from government especially the ministry of education in Indonesia, government needs to pay attention fully to their view about this new policy on the ground that avoid misinterpretation to the student, teacher, and school stakeholder because it still has positive view and negative view from society. That is why, before applying this new policy, it is better to deepen impact to those who will conduct this. Then, this paper used a descriptive qualitative research as the method in order to gain direct explanation about the impact of that policy from its scope. Technique of collecting data is In-Depth interview and Forum Group Interview with students, teachers, and school stakeholders. Random sampling technique is chosen as the samples whether they are in elementary school, junior, and senior high school (students, teachers, and school stakeholders). The number of interviewee is 25, consists of 6 school stakeholders, 10 students, and 9 teachers from different level. There are four steps to analyse the data, those are transcribing, reducing, displaying, and drawing conclusion. The findings show that the impact of implementing full day school on students classified into four categories; social impact, physical impact, psychological impact, and cognitive impact. Impacts on teachers are classified into two categories; personal impact and professionalism impact, then Impacts on school stakeholders.
Keywords: Implementing, full day school, impact.
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