Developing the strategic collaboration model in basic education

Mashuri H. Tahili, Ismail Tolla, Moh. Arifin Ahmad, Sulaiman Samad, Abdul Saman, Pattaufi Pattaufi


This study is aimed to analyze the strategic collaboration model in education in local government in Indonesia to depict the complexity and challenges of the teaching and learning programs and achieve sustainable education quality improvement. This study is a survey and uses a mixed-method to analyze the correlation of strategic collaboration approach in education. Data gained through the questionnaire for quantitative data and the in-depth interview as key informants in the qualitative data. The strategic collaboration model consists of seven elements have identified, namely: school collaboration networks strategic leadership in school, strategic leadership in school, teachers strategic alliances capacity, school culture innovation development, school committee collaboration development, school strategic collaboration development, school collaborative strategic planning education service innovation. Research samples were teachers, school leaders, and school supervisors. The research samples selected by using a stratified random sampling technique with a total of 521 respondents and key informants selected use purposive technique considered with their experiences, competencies, and responsibility in managing education. The research questionnaire was using the Likert Rating Scale from 1-6 points and analyzed through SPSS software version 24. The research findings indicate that the strategic collaboration development model (SCDM) has worthiness in enhancing the education quality improvement and school networks services. This study recommends the SCDM approach may use as the policy strategy for contributing to better education quality improvement and education service innovation.



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