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Management Capacity of Educational Office in The Provision of Basic Education Services (Studi in Banyumas Regency)
Public Administration Department, FISIP Unsoed Purwokerto
This paper aims to analyse the local government management capacity in the implementation of education services in Banyumas Regency. The research is based on the perception of the principal against the management process undertaken by the education service District Banyumas, which is carried out by the survey method, with the respondents of the heads of State Primary Schools in the Banyumas Regency. The results of the study indicate that in general the implementation of basic education management at the education office is already underway, and still needs a lot of improvement. Perspective index value The principal of the Office of Education is only 66.96. Some of the problems that need to be improved include: first, there is still a lack of coordination in the process of preparing programs and activities in the education office, which concerns education services in education units. Second, the management decision-making process tends to be slow in the education office, although in some cases, the decision-making process has involved subordinates and stakeholders. Third, there is still a less of transparency in the budgeting process carried out by the education office, especially for the budget allocated for education units, and the fourth, the procedures for the procurement and maintenance of educational facilities and infrastructure are also still less transparent.
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