Analysis of the Effect of School Governance and Total Quality Management on the Effectiveness of Vocational School-based Entreprise
Keywords:effectiveness of school, school governance, SEM PLS, Vocational school-based enterprise, TQM
AbstractRecently, the Indonesian government is focusing on improving the quality and effectiveness of Vocational High Schools (SMK) as mandated in Presidential Instruction No. 9 of 2016 concerning SMK Revitalization. One manifestation of efforts to improve the quality of education is by transforming SMK into a vocational school-based enterprise. This study aims to analyze the factors influencing the effectiveness of Vocational school-based enterprise management through the implementation of School Governance (SG) and Total Quality Management (TQM). This study used a quantitative approach using descriptive statistics and PLS-SEM analysis. The data was obtained by distributing questionnaires to students, teachers, principals, and committees in 25 vocational school-based enterprises in East Java and DKI Jakarta. The results show that the modeling was valid, consistent, and good modeling. In addition, it is found that SG and TQM had a positive and significant effect on improving the effectiveness of the management of vocational schools with R2 by 92.2%.
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