NURHASANAH R Nurhasanah R* -  Prodi PIAUD STAI Al-Gazali Bone, Indonesia
FAJRI DWIYAMA -  Fakultas Tarbiyah IAIN Bone, Indonesia

DOI : 10.35673/ajmpi.v8i1.419

Abstract. The existence of early childhood education institutions in Indonesia
has received special attention from the government as the initial foundation to
build reliable human resources. But in its journey, the institution was
confronted with quite a number of serious problems such as: First, the level of
teacher education where only 23.06 percent had a bachelor degree, while
according to the National Education Standards, PAUD teachers should have
both formal and non-formal minimum S.1 PAUD, Psychology, or Education.
Second, the problem of the quality of PAUD institution programs. Third, there
is still one third of children aged 3-6 years who have not received PAUD
services. Fourth, family involvement that is not in line with PAUD institutions.
Fifth, PAUD learning which is supposed to be 80 percent building attitudes, is
currently focusing on learning to read and write in an academic nuance. Sixth,
problems with education investment.Seventh, nutrition problems and eighth,
namely the status of non-formal PAUD teachers who have not been considered
as teachers. Seeing so many problems in the management of PAUD
institutions, a management approach is needed to deal with these problems.
Recommended alternative problem solving is school-based management. This
paper only expresses in outline to attract the interest of managers of early
childhood education institutions to learn more about the implementation of
school-based management.

Full Text:
Article Info
Submitted: 2019-08-26
Published: 2019-02-01
Section: Artikel
Article Statistics: 24 93