The Recruitment Policy for Non-Civil Servant (Non-PNS) Teachers at Public Senior High School in Sarolangun Regency

Muazza, Muazza and Mukminin, Amirul and K.A. Rahman, K.A. Rahman and Wijayanti, Arie (2019) The Recruitment Policy for Non-Civil Servant (Non-PNS) Teachers at Public Senior High School in Sarolangun Regency. In: the 2nd International Conference on Research of Educational Administration and Management (ICREAM 2018), October, 18, 2018, UPI Bandung.

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Abstract

This case study aims to explore and describe types of policy made by the Headmasters of public Senior High Schools in Sarolangun Regency, especially about the teacher recruitment process, the policy and impact of non-civil servant teachers in Sarolangun Regency. The interview data were analysed using “within case and cross-case analysis” within the participants. The result of this study showed that: (1) there was no process or special preparation in carrying out the teacher recruitment. The process of non-civil servant teacher recruitment conducted by school can be described as following; the first is about the policy of announcement and notification for the recruitment. The schools only announce the hiring through the teachers and using internal media. The second is about the application requirement and qualification. The qualification of this non-civil servant teachers is S1 (Bachelor) of Education as suitable as the school needs. The third is the selection process; there was no specific process in selecting the teachers. The fourth is the acceptance of non-civil servant teachers is based on the headmaster decision. (2) The headmaster (principal) policy. To solve the problem of teachers who teach courses not suitable as their educational backgrounds is to give them education and training. (3) The Impact of non-civil servant teacher’s recruitment: the teachers face difficulties in explaining the materials and assessing. The headmasters of public Senior High Schools in Sarolangun Regency recommended some solutions, such as the headmaster and vice headmaster for curriculum create a team or special committee in recruiting non-civil servant teachers. The second, the headmasters and vice headmaster for curriculum have to give teachers classes based on their educational backgrounds. The third is the headmaster should send the teachers to join training to improve their competencies. And the fourth, the Headmaster and the Department of Education cooperate with the schools' supervisors should accommodate the reports from schools which have lack of teachers and they should distribute the teachers according to the schools' needs.

Type: Conference (Speech)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: K.A. RAHMAN
Date Deposited: 08 Apr 2020 04:32
Last Modified: 08 Apr 2020 04:32
URI: https://repository.unja.ac.id/id/eprint/11468

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