THE GOODWILL TRUST MODEL IN POLICY IMPLEMENTATION NETWORKS TOWARD DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOL BOARD PERFORMANCE AT BANGGAI REGENCY
The purpose of research is to analyze and describe the dimensions of goodwill trust in policy implementation networks on education quality assurance, and also the effectiveness of policy implementation on education quality assurance at Banggai Regency. The research approach is qualitative with case study strategy. The data sources are taken from informants whom selected purposively include; Education and Culture Agency, member of B Commision of People Representative Council of Banggai Regency, School Committee, and Non Government Organization in education division. This research also using review document such as bulletin, mass media, journals, education data based, and other documents which have relevance with the research focus. The research location is at Banggai Regency, and Education Board is the locus of research. The data were collected through interview, observation, and document review. The interactive analysis are used to analysis data that have four stages, included data collection, reduction, data display, and conclusions. The research result showed that goodwill trust in policy implementation networks on education quality assurance did not be implemented as optimally, because the Education Board is lacked of concern or being concerned, concord, and collaboration. Besides that, the policy implementation on education quality assurance is still less effective. Based on research findings and discussions, it recomends goodwill trust must be used as the core of trust in creating the effectiveness of policy implementation networks in policy implementation on education quality assurance.
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