Business Education Funding Partnership

Dianto Dianto, Idawati Idawati


One of the education problems faced by the Indonesian people is the low quality of education, especially primary and secondary education. Various efforts have been made to improve the quality of national education, for example, curriculum development, improvement of teacher competencies through training, procurement of books and learning media, procurement and improvement of educational facilities, improvement of education management, and others. However, various efforts have not shown encouraging results, education quality indicators have not shown significant improvement. Some schools, especially in urban areas, have shown encouraging improvement in quality, while others are still concerned. In advancing the world of better education, we must look at the business conditions of education partnership financing. If the business of financing is going well, the school is definitely progressing, but on the contrary if the business of financing the school is low, then the school cannot be productive and runs well.


Business, funding, and school partnerships

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