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The Organization and Management of National Education System

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Wiflihani1 , Juliaans Eliezer Rulland Marantika2 , Hery Winoto Tj3 , Dicky Hendrawan4 , Pradana Chairy Azhar5 , Mohzana6


In Chapter II and Article 4, Law No. 20 year 2003 concerning the National Education System, it is said that; Education is held democratically and fairly, it is not discriminatory by maintaining human right, strict worth, social worth, and national pluralism. Instruction is sorted out as a foundational unit with an open and multi-meaning framework. Instruction is held as a procedure of edifying and engaging understudies that endures all through life. Training is sorted out by giving models, building self discipline, and building up understudies' innovativeness in the learning procedure. Training is completed by building up a culture of perusing, composing and math for all residents. Instruction is completed by enabling all segments of society through support in the organization and quality control of instructive administrations. In the administration of the national instruction framework, the party in question is the president, while the operationalization of the board by the president is alloted to the service or clergyman answerable for training. In the book of Education Principles, in specific cases, the administration of national training that contains specificities, including religion and administration is a basic piece of the national instruction framework, presented by the president to services or other government foundations. In managing national education, the president is assisted by the National Education Board, whose members consist of management representatives and elements of society. The National Education Board functions as the president's adviser on national education matters, as well as an advisory institution for cooperation between national education managers.

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