Policy Evaluation National-Standard School Exams in Bondowoso Regional Education Branch

Mahrus Syamsul, Arif Darmawan, Joko Widodo


The purpose of this study is to describe the level of effectiveness, identify and describe inhibiting factors, describe the impact, determine the policy recommendations for the implementation of NSSE. The objects of research are Ibrahimy Vocational High School. Data collection methods use observation, interviews, documentation, triangulation. The research instruments, interview guidelines, and recording equipment. That the effectiveness of smartphone-based NSSE includes: (1) As many as 100% of participants like school exams to use smartphones. (2) Smartphone-based exams are far more effective than computer exams. Inhibiting factors include: There is no emphasis from the Head of the East Java Provincial Education Office. Impact: Teachers no longer bother to correct and do not need to process grades. The integrity of participants in carrying out school exams reaches 100%. Policy recommendations: Recommending the Head of the Education Office does not recommend, but emphasizes.

Keywords: Policy evaluation, National Standard School Exams

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/10-6-05

Publication date:June 30th 2020

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