Analisis Peran Komite Sekolah Dalam Pelaksanaan Fungsi Manajemen Pendidikan di SD Negeri 1 Amahusu
The committee has an important position in each educational unit, with the aim of being a place to channel the aspirations of the community so as obtain educational policies and programs. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of the school committee in the implementataion of the education management function at SD Negeri 1 Amahusu. The research method used in this research is descriptive method with a qualitative analysis approach. Collecting data through observation, interviews, and documentation. The research subjects of the principal, teachers and school committee. The result of the reseach is that the committee of SD Negeri 1 Amahusu has carried out its role well, namely as a provider of consideration, a controlling support and as a liaison body. Although not all school committee members play a good role because some are passive. From the result of the interview, information was obtained that the role of the school committee can be carried out properly depending on the active function and openness and leadership of the principal. The principal of SD Negeri 1 Amahusu is considered very active and open and synergizes with the committee so that he always involves the committee in various matters
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