Public Policy Implementation in School-Based Management (SBM) to Improve School Outcome Quality (Case Study at Cepu 2 Junior high school, Blora Regency, Central Java, Indonesia)
The concept of a policy to improve the quality of school-based education is the management of improving the quality of education carried out independently by involving all parties related to education. This concept is carried out starting from the process of planning, implementing, and evaluating the quality of education in schools. The management of the quality of education in schools really involves education stakeholders (stakeholders), such as school principals, teachers, education staff in schools, school committees, parents of students and communities concerned about education around the school.The problems examined in this study are: How is the implementation of SBM in Cepu 2 Junior high school, What are the supporting / inhibiting factors in implementing SBM in Cepu 2 Junior High School, What are the implications of SBM implementation in school outcomes. The purpose of the study was to reveal the facts in detail and to be objectively about the implementation of SBM and its implications for the outcome of the school at Cepu 2 Junior high school .This study uses a qualitative approach to informants chosen purposively by analyzing qualitative data onto the stages of data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing . The results of the study concluded that the implementation of the SBM Policy was able to improve school outcomes in terms of building school independence, increasing parental participation, school openness, and school accountability,even though it was not optimal .