UPAYA PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PENDIDIKAN DI SEKOLAH DASAR NEGERI CIBOJONG

Authors

  • Olis Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Kadesi Bogor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54765/ejurnalkadesi.v6i1.76

Keywords:

Quality Improvement; Educational Organizer

Abstract

Basic education is an important element in the life of Indonesian citizens in accordance with the Constitution of 1945, in particular Article 31 on the rights and duties of citizens to education. Basic education forms an important foundation for individuals by providing early understanding in areas such as reading, natural knowledge, history, languages, and mathematics. Basic training develops children's intellectual skills and gives them a strong foundation. This basic knowledge enables them to understand reading texts, appreciate history, understand concepts of natural sciences, and have basic mathematical skills. In addition to being an academic foundation, elementary education also prepares students to pursue education to higher levels after completing elementary school. This foundation of knowledge is vital to the achievement of individual aspirations. Effective teaching learning processes require the role of teachers, students, and educational organizers, such as the head of school and school staff. To monitor learning progress, each school is required to produce periodic activities reports, such as monthly, semester, and annual. These reports include an evaluation of the condition of teachers, students, schools, and other relevant aspects. This information is useful to identify areas of improvement in the education system. Increasing the knowledge of students in basic education contributes greatly to improving the quality of Indonesian human resources in the future, both in the growing field of science and technology. With quality human resources, Indonesia can be a strong, advanced, and respected nation at a global level.

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Published

2023-12-27

How to Cite

Olis. (2023). UPAYA PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PENDIDIKAN DI SEKOLAH DASAR NEGERI CIBOJONG. JURNAL KADESI, 6(1), 46-60. https://doi.org/10.54765/ejurnalkadesi.v6i1.76