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Indonesian Smart Card Policy-Based Public Administrative Management in Realizing Education Equality in State Junior High Schools

RM Gatot Hery Djatmiko
Universitas Prof. Dr. Moestopo (Beragama)
Obsatar Sinaga
Universitas Padjadjaran


The background of this research is because there are still students dropping out of school, the distribution of Smart Indonesia Card funds is not on target, and there is a lack of outreach. The purpose of this research is to find out the analysis of Public Administration Management based on the Smart Indonesia Card Policy in Public Middle Schools, provide solutions for future improvement efforts, describe the impact of implementing the Smart Indonesia Card policy in realizing educational equity in Public Middle Schools. Approach qualitative descriptive method of data processing techniques used in this study are observation, interviews, and documentation. Research results from the implementation of the Smart Indonesia Card policy in realizing equity in education at public junior high schools in the planning aspect have not been on target because there are still students who should have received the Indonesia Smart Card but did not receive financial assistance from the Smart Indonesia Card, on the other hand students from families who are categorized as more economically capable can get Indonesia Smart Card funding assistance. Synchronization of student data has not been well integrated. Parents of students sometimes forget to report evidence of taking Indonesian smart card funds.

Keywords: Public Administration of Indonesia Smart Card Policy, Education Equity ,


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