SEKOLAH BERASRAMA DI SULAWESI SELATAN

Faridah Faridah, Arismunandar Arismunandar, Bernard Bernard

Abstract


Abstrak:

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskirpisikan pengelolaan sekolah berasrama di Sulawesi Selatan. Fokus penelitian ini adalah pengelolaan pendidikan akademik dan kehidupan keasramaan di sekolah berasrama. Penelitian dilakukan di 4 sekolah berasrama, 2 merupakan sekolah negeri, 1 sekolah swasta, dan 1 pesantren. Teknik pengumpulan data dilakukan melalui Focus Group Discussion (FGD), observasi dan studi dokumentasi. Hasil penelitian memperlihatkan bahwa sekolah berasrama dianggap lebih baik dibanding non-berasrama. Sekolah non-berasrama dianggap tidak bisa menghasilkan luaran yang mampu bersaing dengan siswa-siswa lain secara nasional dan global. Seleksi untuk masuk ke sekolah berasrama cukup ketat dan kompetitif, yang terdiri atas seleksi berkas, tes akademik, psikotes, dan wawancara. Ketatnya seleksi ini karena sekolah berasrama menetapkan standar akademik yang lebih tinggi dibandingkan sekolah lainnya. Hasil penelitian juga memperlihatkan bahwa keterlibatan orang tua dalam pendidikan anaknya di sekolah berasrama masih sangat terbatas. Umumnya masih dalam bentuk dukungan finansial dan sarana prasarana.

Abstract:

This study aims to describe the management of boarding schools in South Sulawesi. The focus of this study is on academic aspect and students’ life in boarding school. This study conducted in 4 boarding schools, 2 public schools, 1 private school, and 1 Islamic Boarding School (pesantren). Data collection techniques were conducted through Focus Group Discussion (FGD), observation and documentary study. The results show boarding schools are considered better than non-boarding. Non-boarding schools are believed unable to produce students who can compete with other students at the national and global level. The admission system for boarding school is quite strict and competitive, consisting of administrative selection, academic test, psychological test, and interview. This selection is very tight because boarding schools set higher academic standards than those of non-boarding schools. The results also show that parents' involvement in their children's education in boarding schools is still very limited. Their involvement is mostly in in the form of financial support for school facilities.


Keywords


Sekolah Berasrama, Pengelolaan, Sulawesi Selatan

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24252/lp.2018v21n2i1

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