Analysis Of Family Partnership With Education Units On The Establishment Of Education Ecosystems

  • Ihsana El Khuluqo
  • Adi Irawan
Keywords: Family Partnership, Educational Ecosystem, Kindergarten


Research aims: This research aims to evaluate the partnership between the family and the education unit towards the formation of an educational ecosystem at the National Kindergarten.

Design/Methodology/Approach: The method used is descriptive qualitative method, namely by obtaining data naturally, including data collection using structured interviews and in-depth interviews, as well as documentation. Interviews were conducted with research sources, namely school principals, classroom teachers, members of the School Committee, parents of students, and the head of the Education Department at the Education Office in DKI Jakarta Province. In addition, the researchers also opened several documents related to research including the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 30 of 2017 and the Institutional Performance Report (LAKIP) of the Directorate of Family Education Guidance in 2018.

Research findings:  The results showed that the partnership between the Education unit and the parents of the students at the TK Negeri The national level has been running very well, even long before the Minister of Education and Culture No. 30 of 2017 which regulates the opposition to parental involvement in children's education in the education unit. Intensive communication aspects produce positive perceptions between the two parties as well as in building a harmonious relationship. Aspects of human resources implementing partnerships can collaborate very well, each line from the kindergarten element, namely principals, classroom teachers, subject teachers, other education staff, school committees, parents of students, even support from components of the Education office understand their roles and responsibilities each.

Theoretical contribution/Originality:. The positive impact of implementing partnerships is that partnership programs or activities do not bother parents and schools, and the implementation of family partnerships will be able to create an educational ecosystem that can shape the character and culture of student achievement.

Practitioner/Policy implication: (OPTIONAL)

Research limitation/Implication: (OPTIONAL)


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