Applicable Local No. 9 In 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 9 Tahun 2009

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The GOVERNMENT of PURWOREJO 1 GOVERNMENT PURWOREJO DISTRICT REGULATIONS PURWOREJO number 9 in 2009 ABOUT the ORGANIZATION of the EDUCATION by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY REGENT PURWOREJO, Considering: a. that education is a system that consists of learners, educators, and educational personnel, curriculum, infrastructure, funding, social environment, economy, culture, politics, technology, and public participation; b. that, in order to ensure equitable opportunity of acquiring education, educational enhancement, and improvement of human resources so that it is able to face global challenges, then the necessary arrangements regarding the Organization of education; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish local regulations about Conducting Education Purworejo Regency. Remember: 1. Act No. 13 of 1950 on the establishment of County regions In Central Java province; 2. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4301); 3. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); http://www.bphn.go.id/2 4. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as amended several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 5. Act No. 14 of 2005 about the teachers and professors (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 157 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4586); 6. Act No. 9 of 2009 about Legal Education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 10 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41,637); 7. Government Regulation Number 27 in 1990 about preschool education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 35 in 1990, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3421); 8. Government Regulation Number 28 in 1990 about primary education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3412), as amended by government regulation Number 55 in 1998 about the changes to the Government Regulation Number 28 in 1990 about primary education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3763); 9. Government Regulation Number 29 in 1990 about secondary education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37 in 1990, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3391), as amended by government regulation Number 56 in 1998 about the changes to the Government Regulation Number 29 in 1990 about secondary education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 91 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 6622); 10. Government Regulation Number 73 in 1991 about outdoor education schools (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 95 in 1991, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1991 Number 3560); 11. Government Regulation Number 38 in 1992 of produce educators (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3641), as amended by government regulation Number 39 in 2000 about the changes to the Government Regulation Number 38 in 1992 of produce educators (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 91 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3974); http://www.bphn.go.id/3 12. Government Regulation Number 39 in 1992 about the role of the community in national education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 69 of 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3465); 13. Government Regulation number 19 in 2005 about education standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4960); 14. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 15. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2007 about religious education and Religious Education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 124 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7965); 16. Government Regulation Number 47 in 2008 about the compulsory education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4863); 17. Government Regulation Number 48 in 2008 about funding education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 91 Additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4864); 18. Government Regulation Number 74 in 2008 about the teacher (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 194 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4941); 19. the presidential Regulation No. 1 of 2007 about the Endorsement, the Enactment of legislation, and deployment; 20. Applicable local Purworejo Number 23 in 2000 about the vision and mission of Purworejo (Sheet Area Purworejo 2000 Number 23); 21. Applicable local Purworejo number 4 in 2008 about the Affairs of the local governance Purworejo (Sheet Area Purworejo in 2008 number 4); http://www.bphn.go.id/4 By mutual agreement of the REGIONAL PEOPLE'S REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL and PURWOREJO REGENT PURWOREJO DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT ORGANIZATION of education. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The Government is the Central Government. 2. The Government of the province of Central Java province is the Government. 3. The area is Purworejo. 4. Local Government is the Regent and the Region as organizer of local governance. 5. The Regent was Regent of Purworejo. 6. the Department of education and culture of the Department is hereinafter referred to as the cultural and education service Purworejo. 7. the head of Department is head of Department of education and culture Purworejo. 8. Education is a planned and conscious effort to bring about an atmosphere of learning and the learning process so that learners are actively developing the potential for her to have a religious, spiritual power of self-control, personality, intelligence, morals, as well as the necessary skills themselves, the community, the nation and the State. 9. Society is a group of citizens of Indonesia non governmental attention and who had a role in the field of education. 10. The organization of education is education which covers all management activities of formal education, non-formal education, informal education and well organized by the local governments as well as by the community in the sphere of service of the appropriate regional affairs. 11. Management and institutional education is a set of arrangements regarding the establishment and management of the educational unit on the formal and non-formal education. 12. Curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements concerning the objectives, content, and materials as well as ways that are used as guidelines for learning activities to achieve specific educational goals. 13. education is the unit level Curriculum curriculum drawn up by operational and implemented at each educational unit. 14. The standard of competence is the ability of the expected minimum achievable learners through education in particular. http://www.bphn.go.id/


5 15. Education standards are the minimum criteria of the education system in all regions of the Republic of Indonesia Unity State law. 4. Learners are members of the public who try to develop potential dirin through the learning process which is available on line, level and type of education. 17. Early childhood education is an effort of construction, addressed to children from birth up to the age of six through the awarding of educational stimulation to help the growth and development of physical and spiritual so that children have preparedness in entering further education. 18. formal education is education which is structured and tiered, consisting of primary education, secondary education and higher education. 19. non-formal Education is education outside of formal education can be implemented in a structured and hierarchical. 20. informal education is the education of the family and the environment. 21. Mutation is the displacement of the learners of educational units to units of other equivalent education and/or similar. 22. Evaluation is an activity control, guarantee, and the determination of the assessment of the quality of education towards the learning process, the results of the study, the performance of produce educators and educators, as well as institutional. 23. the education unit of the education service is a group which organizes the education on the formal, non-formal and informal education at every level and type of education. 24. education is the Path the spacecraft crossed the learners to develop their potential in an educational process that corresponds to the purpose of education. 25. Secondary education stages are defined based on the level of development of the learners, the goal will be achieved, and the ability to be developed. 26. This type of education is based on the specificities of the educational objectives of a unit of education 27. Compulsory education is 9 years of basic education programme to be followed by citizens over the responsibilities of Government, the provincial government and local governments. 28. The educator is a qualified educational institution personnel as teachers, counselors, teachers learn, widyaiswara, tutors, instructors, facilitators, and other designations in accordance with his, as well as participate in organized education. 29. Educational Personnel are members of the community who are devoted and appointed to support the Organization of education. 30. Board of education independent institutes that included various elements of the community who care about education, 31. School Committee is the independent institutions that included parents/guardians of students, the school community as well as community leaders who care about education. 32. The Media learning is everything that can be used to transmit any messages or content, stimulating thoughts, feelings, concerns and abilities of students so as to encourage the teaching and learning process. http://www.bphn.go.id/6 CHAPTER II objectives, scope, and the PRINCIPLE of ORGANIZING EDUCATION article 2 goal of education is to bring about Equalization of opportunities are getting an education, educational enhancement and the development of management education which is based on community participation, transparency and accountability of the Organization of education as a whole, in order to develop the potential of students in order to become a man of faith and piety to God Almighty , noble character, healthy, learned, accomplished, creative, independent and become citizens of a democratic and accountable. Article 3 scope of the Regulations provided for in this area include: a. compulsory education; b. Organization of formal education; c. Organization of non-formal education; d. Organization of informal education; e. special education and special education services; f. education insightful local advantages; g. international education; h. learners; i. educators and educational personnel; j. infrastructure; k. education funding; b. the role of the community; m. quality assurance; n. evaluation; o. supervision; p. Awards. Article 4 the principle of organizing education are: a. Education held in a democratic and equitable and not discriminatory with respect to human rights, cultural values and religious values, and kemajemukan peoples; b. education is organized as a single entity that is systemic with open systems and multiple meanings; c. education was organized as a process pembudayaan and empowering learners that lasts throughout life; d. education organized by example, developing willpower, and developing the creativity of learners in the learning process; http://www.bphn.go.id/7 e. education organized by developing a culture of reading, writing and numeracy for all citizens; f. education organized by empowering all components of society through participation in the Organization of educational services and quality control. CHAPTER III RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of LOCAL GOVERNMENTS and COMMUNITIES article 5 local Government has the right to: a. administer, monitor and control the Organization of education as a form of accountability to the public; b. provide sanctions in accordance with the legislation in force. Article 6 local governments liable: a. conducts quality education appropriate education standards especially for the educational unit organized local governments; b. help organizing education implemented by the community in accordance with the capabilities of the region; c. ensure the implementation of the system of quality education through a variety of services and ease of access to education; d. meets the needs of teachers in terms of academic qualifications, competency and evenly to ensure the sustainability of primary education and early childhood education formal education path; e. provide the budget for the improvement of educational qualifications on teacher appointed local government, in accordance with the financial capabilities of the region; f. providing education budget according to applicable legislation. Article 7 (1) the community has the right to participate in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of educational programs. (2) the community has the right to organize community-based education in formal and non-formal education in accordance with the specificity of the religious, social and cultural environment, for the benefit of the community. Article 8 of the Community shall be obliged to provide support in organizing education resources. http://www.bphn.go.id/8 CHAPTER IV EDUCATION UNIT article 9 unit of education was established by the local government, the public or Foreign Institution. Article 10 (1) of the Education Unit has the right to plan, organize and develop activities in the educational unit according to principles of school-based management. (2) Educational Units are entitled to the construction of education providers and local governments. Article 11 (1) units of formal education were obliged to: a. ensure the rights of learners to acquire an education without discriminating on gender, race, religion, tribe, social status of the parents/guardians of students; b. applying and developing the school-based management; c. draw up, implement and guarantee the implementation of Budget revenue and Expenditure of the school (APBS), to the Committee on local government, schools and parents/guardians of students according to applicable legislation; d. to report periodically to the community, the local government through the Department of the execution of 8 (eight) education standards; e. carry out minimum service Standards (SPM); f. implement the curriculum in accordance with the regulations; g. provide ethics and humanities education charge on the relevant subjects. (2) non-formal Education Unit is obligated: a. guarantee the rights of learners to acquire an education without discriminating on gender, race, religion, tribe, social status of the parents/guardians of students; b. draw up, implement and guarantee the implementation of Budget revenue and Spending units of education to local governments, and parents/guardians of students in accordance with the applicable legislation; c. report periodically to the community, the local government through the Department of education on the implementation; d. implementing the curriculum in accordance with the regulations. (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/


9. CHAPTER V COMPULSORY EDUCATION compulsory education is considered part of the Organization of the article 12 every citizen aged 7 (seven) years up to 15 (fifteen) years compulsory basic education to follow. Article 13 (1) compulsory education was organized on the path to formal education, non-formal education, and informal education. (2) the Organization of compulsory education on the formal education is carried out at least at the level of basic education which covers elementary and junior high school. (3) the Organization of compulsory education in non-formal education is conducted through the lanes package A and package B. (4) the Organization of compulsory education on the informal education is carried out through family education and/or environmental education. (5) the compulsory service of the requiring all institutions well organized by the local governments as well as educational institutions organized by the community. (6) the provisions concerning a non-formal education and informal education result recognition organisers compulsory basic education towards a formal path set in the legislation which set about organizing and management of education. The second part of the management of compulsory education Article 14 (1) of the management of compulsory primary education level is the responsibility of the Regents. (2) the management of compulsory basic education unit at the level of the responsibility of the leader of the unit of elementary education. http://www.bphn.go.id/10 Article 15 (1) of the local Government set a policy of compulsory implementation Areas that are listed in The work plan, budget revenues and Shopping areas, the Department's strategic plan, medium-term Regional development plan and the long-term development plan of the region. (2) the local Government of its obligation to deliver programs in compliance compulsory education based on Policy Areas referred to in paragraph (1). The third part of the Compulsory Guarantee article 16 (1) the area shall be obliged to: a. ensure this compulsory minimum level of basic education without charge; b. guarantee every child the age of compulsory education have the opportunity of studying at the level of basic education. (2) a citizen of Indonesia who are aged 6 (six) years may participate in compulsory education in capacity education unit is still possible. (3) a citizen of Indonesia over the age of 15 (fifteen) years and not pass the elementary education can be completed his education until graduating at the expense of local governments. (4) a citizen of Indonesia the age of compulsory education which parents/guardian are not able to finance education, local government is required to provide appropriate educational expenses assistance legislation. CHAPTER VI is considered part of the FORMAL EDUCATION the responsibility of the local authorities article 17 (1) local government is responsible for the Organization of primary and secondary education held the local government which includes: a. procurement, utilization and maintenance of education infrastructure; b. procurement, utilization, and development of educators and educational personnel. http://www.bphn.go.id/11 (2) local governments are responsible for doing the coaching against the Organization of primary and secondary education is organized by the community. (3) local governments can facilitate this education unit at the level of higher education and education in accordance with the capabilities of the region. The second part of community Responsibility Article 18 community that organizes the education unit is responsible for: a. procurement, utilization and maintenance of education infrastructure; b. procurement, utilization, and development of educators and educational personnel; c. the sustainability and improvement of the quality of the educational unit. The third part of article 19 Formal Education Unit unit of formal education to become Regional Affairs include: a. a kindergarten; b. primary school; c. Middle School (JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL); d. secondary school (HIGH SCHOOL); e. Vocational secondary school (SMK). Article 20 (1) the local government or society can setting up units of formal education. (2) establishment of formal education units must comply with the policy areas in the field of education. (3) the conditions and procedures for the establishment and revocation the founding unit of formal education, is governed more by the rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/12 Article 21 (1) units of formal education organized by the local governments can be integrated. (2) the conditions and procedures for integrating the units of formal education is governed more by the rules of Regent. The fourth part of the curriculum of article 22 (1) curriculum development is carried out with reference to the national standards of education in order to realize the goal of national education. (2) the curriculum at all levels and types of education are developed with the principle of diversification in accordance with educational units, area, and potential learners. Article 23 (1) the curriculum of primary and secondary education compulsory contain: a. religious education; b. citizenship education; c. Language; d. Mathematics; e. natural sciences; f. Social Science; g. arts and culture; h. physical education and sport; i./Vocational Skills; and j. local content. (2) every charge curriculum referred to in paragraph (1), obliged to integrate ethics education and humanities. (3). Educational curriculum unit of local content competency-based having regard to: a. an increase in faith and love; b. improvement of noble morals; c. an increase in potential, intelligence, and the interest of learners; d. the potential diversity of regions and the environment; e. the regional development and the demands of national development; f. demands of the world of work; g. development of science, technology, and arts and culture; h. dynamics of global developments; i. national unity and national values. http://www.bphn.go.id/13 (4) selection and curriculum development of local content is the responsibility of the unit of education and school committee considering the conditions, the environment, and the ability of potential learners and resources owned by a unit of education is concerned. (5) the Java language is taught as a compulsory local content at the level of primary and secondary education. (6) development of curriculum of primary and secondary education is the responsibility of the unit of education and school Committee under the coordination and supervision of Department for primary education. The fifth part of the introductory language of section 24 (1) the language of instruction in formal education is the Indonesian Language. (2) the Java language can be used as the language of instruction in the early stages of education. (3) a foreign language can be used as an introduction to support the ability of foreign language learners. CHAPTER VII-FORMAL EDUCATION Section is considered the responsibility of the local authorities of article 25 (1) the local authorities responsible for organizing non-formal education held the local government which includes: a. procurement, utilization and maintenance of education infrastructure; b. procurement, utilization, and development of educators and educational personnel. (2) local governments are responsible for doing the coaching against conducting non-formal education. http://www.bphn.go.id/14 second part the responsibility of the community Article 26 the community that organizes the education unit is responsible for: a. procurement, utilization and maintenance of education infrastructure; b. procurement, utilization, and development of educators and educational personnel; c. the sustainability and improvement of the quality of the educational unit. The third part of the education unit of article 27 (1) non-formal Education Units comprising; a. agencies the course; b. training institutes; c. study groups; d. activity center learning community; e. Assembly taklim; f. Education Unit of its kind. (2) non-formal Education includes the following: a. education life skills; b. early childhood education; c. youth education; d. education and empowerment of women; e. Education Literacy; f. education skills and job training; g. education equality; h. other education aimed at developing the ability of learners. Article 28 (1) the local government or society can setting up units of non-formal education. (2) the establishment of non-formal education units must comply with the policy areas in the field of education. (3) the conditions and procedures for the establishment and revocation of establishment units of education further regulated by formal rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/


15 Article 29 (1) implementation of non-formal education is based on a plan set, dievalusi, and developed according to the needs. (2) the area provide opportunities to communities to develop non-formal education programs and types. (3) non-formal education Management involving elements: a. the Builder; b. Organizer; c. educators; d. educational personnel; e. learners; f. partnerships. (4) non-formal education unit Manager accountable implementation management education units to the organizers. The fourth part of the curriculum of article 30 (1) curriculum and a learning plan implemented by observing the standards of content and standards of competence of graduates in accordance with the legislation in force. (2) the preparation of the curriculum and learning plans are paying attention to the qualifications and competence of graduates according to the needs of the world of work and/or the purpose of the program was held. CHAPTER VIII INFORMAL EDUCATION article 31 (1) informal education is carried out by the family and the environment shaped learning activities independently. (2) implementation of informal education referred to subsection (1), carried out according to applicable legislation. http://www.bphn.go.id/16 CHAPTER IX SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES and Article 32 (1) special education is education for learners who have special needs because of abnormalities of physical, emotional, mental, social, and/or have the potential of intelligence and talent. (2) special education may take the form: a. education inclusion; b. education accelerated. (3) the provisions concerning the Organization of special education as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by rules of Regent. Article 33 (1) Special Education Services is a program of education for learners in locations that experience a disaster and is not capable of in terms of the economy. (2) special services Education became the responsibility of local governments. CHAPTER X of the LOCAL ADVANTAGES BASED EDUCATION Article 34 (1) of the local advantages based education is education which is organized with the use of national standards of education are enriched with specific competencies in order that learners are able to develop the potential of himself in accordance with his talents and interests. (2) the area of managing local advantages based education unit at the lack of one in every level of education. (3) the provisions concerning the Organization of the local advantages based education referred to in subsection (1), governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/17 CHAPTER XI INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Article 35 (1) International Education is education which is organized with the use of national standards of education are enriched by scientific and technological progress in order to be able to compete and collaborate globally. (2) the area hosted at least one unit of primary school education to be developed into an international education unit. (3) the provisions concerning the Organization of an international education referred to in subsection (1), governed more by rules of Regent. CHAPTER XII the STUDENTS is considered part of the rights and obligations of article 36 (1) every student on each unit of formal education has the right to: a. obtain religious education in accordance with the religion adhered and taught by educators that same faith; b. obtain educational services in accordance with the interest and the talent of its ability; c. obtain scholarships for achievers whose parents could not afford his education membiaya; d. getting the education costs for those whose parents could not afford to finance his education; e. moved into educational programs on track and other equivalent education unit; f. complete educational programs in accordance with their respective learning speed and do not deviate from the provisions of the specified time limit. (2) every learner shall be obliged to: a. maintain educational norms to guarantee the sustainability of the process and the success of education; b. join the bear the costs of organizing education, except for those learners who are exempt from the obligation in accordance with the legislation in force. http://www.bphn.go.id/18 Article 37 (1) every student on each unit of colloquial education reserves the right to: a. get the Ministry of education and training at least in accordance with the selected program or vocational; b. get the service education program in accordance with the respective learning speed and do not deviate from the provisions of the specified time limit. (2) every learner shall be obliged to: a. maintain educational norms to guarantee the sustainability of the process and the success of education; b. join the bear the costs of organizing education, except for those learners who are exempt from the obligation in accordance with the legislation in force. The second part is reception of Article 38 (1) the acceptance of students is carried out by a unit of education. (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by rules of Regent. The third Mutation Article 39 (1) mutations/learners can move into the education program at path and other equivalent education unit; (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by rules of Regent. CHAPTER XIII EDUCATOR and EDUCATIONAL POWER of article 40 (1) is a professional Educator in charge of planning and implementing the process of learning, assessing learning outcomes, conduct supervision and training as well as research and dedication to the community. (2) Educational Personnel tasked with carrying out administrative, management, development, supervision and technical services to support the educational process in educational units. http://www.bphn.go.id/19 of article 41 (1) Educators should have the minimum qualification and certification in accordance with the teaching authority, healthy level of physical and spiritual as well as have the ability to realize the goal of national education. (2) it Educators for formal education at an early age, education level, elementary education, secondary education produced by an accredited college. (3) the qualifications of educators as referred to in paragraph (1), is set in accordance with the legislation in force. Article 42 educators and educational personnel shall be obliged to: a. create a meaningful education, fun, creative, dynamic and dialogis; b. professionally committed to improving the quality of education; c. give example and keep the good name of the institution, profession and position in accordance with the trust given to him. Article 43 (1) it educators and educational personnel eligible: a. revenue and social welfare guarantees is appropriate and adequate; b. the award in accordance with the duties and work achievement; c. coaching career in accordance with the demands of the development of quality; d. protection of the law in the exercise of the duties and the rights to the results of intellectual property; and e. the opportunity to use the opportunity, infrastructure and education facilities to support the smooth execution of the task. (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by rules of Regent. Article 44 (1) Adoption, placement and dissemination of educators and educational institutions governed by the power which lift it based on the needs of the educational unit. (2) the local Government can provide help educators in educational units organized society by putting the educator who is civil servant (PNS). (3) the provisions referred to subsection (1) and (2) regulated more lenjut with regulation of the Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/20 CHAPTERS XIV and INFRASTRUCTURE Article 45 Per Unit of colloquial and formal education provides the facilities and infrastructure that meet educational purposes in accordance with the growth and development of the potential physical, intellectual, social intelligence, emotional, psychiatric and learners. Article 46 (1) of each unit of formal education at primary school level, the lack of mandatory features: a. a means which include: 1. the furniture; 2. educational equipment; 3. media education; 4. books and other learning resources; 5. consumables; 6. other supplies required to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner. b. Infrastructure which includes: 1. the land; 2. classroom; 3. the library space; 4. laboratory space; 5. space leadership; 6. Space master; 7. places of worship; 8. space the INFIRMARY; 9. the toilets; 10. warehouse; 11. the circulation spaces; 12. play/work. (2) any unit of formal education level of junior high school at least obligated: a. a means which include: 1. the furniture; 2. educational equipment; 3. media education; 4. books and other learning resources; 5. consumables; 6. other supplies required to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner. b. infrastructure that includes: a. land; b. classrooms; c. the library space; d. laboratories; http://www.bphn.go.id/


21 e. space leadership; f. Space master; g. Administrative spaces; h. place of worship; i. space counseling; j. space the INFIRMARY; k. OSIS spaces; b. the toilets; m. warehouse; n. circulation spaces; o. place playing/exercising. (3) any unit of formal education level high school at lack of features: a. a means which include: 1. the furniture; 2. educational equipment; 3. media education; 4. books and other learning resources; 5. consumables; 6. other supplies required to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner. b. Infrastructure which includes: 1. the land; 2. classroom; 3. the library space; 4. the biological laboratory; 5. physics laboratory; 6. chemical laboratory 7. computer lab; 8. language laboratory; 9. space leadership; 10. Space master; 11. Administrative spaces; 12. places of worship; 13. counseling room; 14. The UKS spaces; 15. The STUDENT room; 16. the toilets; 17. the warehouse; 18. the circulation spaces; 19. play/exercise. (4) every unit of formal education level Vocational secondary school has at least: a. a means which include: 1. the furniture; 2. educational equipment; 3. media education; 4. books and other learning resources; 5. consumables; 6. other supplies required to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner. http://www.bphn.go.id/22 b. Infrastructure that includes: 1. land 2. classrooms; 3. the library space; 4. space workshop; 5. the space production units; 6. space leadership; 7. the teacher's room; 8. Administrative spaces; 9. places of worship; 10. counseling room; 11. space the INFIRMARY; 12. The STUDENT room; 13. the toilets; 14. the warehouse; 15. the circulation spaces; 16. play/work. Article 47 Any formal education unit at the least provide: a. a means which include: 1. the furniture; 2. education and training equipment; 3. media education and training; 4. consumables; 5. other supplies required to support the process of learning/training on a regular and ongoing. b. Infrastructure which includes: 1. the land; 2. learning spaces; 3. space/space workshop practice; 4. space leadership; 5. space tutor; 6. the space; 7. the toilets. Article 48 the provisions concerning standardization and infrastructure referred to in Article 45, article 46 and article 47, in accordance with the applicable legislation. http://www.bphn.go.id/23 CHAPTER XV is considered part of the EDUCATION FUNDING responsibility for the funding of article 49 (1) of the Education Funding be shared responsibility between: a. the Government; b. the Government of the province; c. the Government of the region; d. community. (2) the community as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d, responsible for: a. conducting education on the education unit was established by the community; b. assistance conducting education on the HIGH SCHOOL level education unit/CMS; c. provide personal costs for learners; d. provide assistance service fee plus education. The second part of article 50 Education funding sources funding sources education is determined based on the principle of fairness, adequacy, and sustainability. Article 51 (1) of the Education Funding comes from the Government, provincial governments, local governments, and communities. (2) the local government education Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) can be sourced from: a. the Government budget; b. budget of the provincial government; c. local government budget; d. foreign assistance are not binding; and/or e. another source of legitimate. http://www.bphn.go.id/24 (3) Education Fund providers or educational unit, established community can be sourced from: a. the founder organisers or educational unit, established community; b. assistance from the community, outside of the learners or parent/guardian, c. Government assistance; d. help provincial governments; e. local government assistance; f. foreign aid that is not binding; g. the results of the efforts of the organizers or the unit of education; and/or other sources h. feeding. (4) education fund educational unit organized by the local governments can be sourced from: a. help local governments; b. help provincial governments; c. Government assistance; d. levy of learners or parent/guardian who executed in accordance of legislation; e. assistance from stakeholders outside the education unit of the learners or parent/guardian; f. foreign aid that is not binding; and/or other source g.. (5) education fund educational unit organized by the organizer or the education unit founded community can be sourced from: a. assistance from the organizers or the concerned education unit; b. assistance from the Government; c. assistance from provincial governments; d. assistance from local governments; e. levy of the learners or parent/guardian who executed in accordance of legislation; f. assistance from stakeholders outside the education unit of the learners or parent/guardian; g. help foreigners who are not binding; and/or other sources h. feeding. The third part of the management of Education Funds Article 52 (1) Fund management education based on the principle of fairness, efficiency, transaparansi and public accountability. (2) the provisions concerning the management of the Education Fund as referred to in paragraph (1), governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/25 part four Article Educational 53 Expenditure Budget to carry out the function of education on the education sector in the budget revenue and expenditure area budget allocated at least annually to 20% (twenty percent) of the shopping area. CHAPTER XVI of the ROLE AS WELL AS the COMMUNITY is considered part of the nature and form of the community as well as the Role of article 54 (1) the role of the community in organizing, managing, and controlling the quality of educational services can be individuals, groups, organizations, entrepreneurs, and civic organizations. (2) the role of the community in organizing as referred to in paragraph (1), can be as sources, executing, and users of the results of education. (3) the role of the community in the management as referred to in paragraph (1), in terms of planning and control of the Organization of education. (4) the role of the community in the control of the quality of educational services as referred to in paragraph (1), include participation in the planning, supervision, and evaluation of educational programs which are implemented through the Board of education district and school Committee on units of early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education, non-formal education. Article 55 (1) the role of individuals and groups as a source of education can be the contribution of educators, educational personnel, funds, facilities and infrastructure in organizing education to education units. (2) the role of the Organization and the profession can be a provider in our field experts and resource persons in formal education, non-formal education, and informal education. (3) the role of the entrepreneur as a source of education may include the provision of facilities and infrastructure of education, Scholarship Fund, and the resource person in formal education, non-formal education, and informal education. http://www.bphn.go.id/26 (4) the role of civic organizations as well as educational resources can be either the granting of funds scholarships and resource person in formal education, non-formal education, and informal education. Article 56 (1) Role as well as the world of business/industry as a result of user education could be a joint venture with a unit of education in providing employment, utilization of the results of the research, development, and cooperation in the development of information networks. (2) the world business/industrial world can deliver programs of research and development, in collaboration with the unit of education. Article 57 to improve the quality and relevance of educational programs, the regions can cooperate with institutions of higher education, the world of business, industry, and/or the association profession. The second part of the Board of education and the school Committee of article 58 of the community play a role in increasing the quality of education services which include planning, supervision, and evaluation of educational programs through the Board of education and the school Committee. Article 59 (1) the Board of education as an independent institution formed and play a role in increasing the quality of educational services by giving consideration, referrals, support personnel and infrastructure, as well as the supervision of education in an area that does not have a hierarchical relationship. (2) the school Committee as independent institutions, was formed and was instrumental in the improvement of quality of service by giving it consideration, referrals, and support personnel, facilities and infrastructure, as well as the supervision of the education at the unit level of education. (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), be governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/


27. CHAPTER XVII QUALITY ASSURANCE Article 60 (1) of each unit of early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education, non-formal education and guarantee the quality of education obligatory. (2) Guarantee the quality of education as referred to in paragraph (1), aim to meet or exceed 8 (eight) education standards. (3) Guarantee the quality of education as referred to in paragraph (1), carried out in stages, systematic and planned in a quality assurance program that has targets and a clear time frame. Article 61 (1) of the regional mensupervisi and help the educational units under those powers to organise or arrange to convene in doing quality assurance. (2) in conducting a quality assurance unit of coaching education in early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education, non-formal education, and the area can work together with institutions Guarantee the quality of education. CHAPTER XVIII the EVALUATION of article 62 (1) the evaluation done in order: a. control and mapping quality of education; b. obtain input to the development of further education; c. public accountability. (2) Evaluation at all levels, units, and the kind of education committed against: a. learners; b. educators and educational personnel. http://www.bphn.go.id/28 of article 63 (1) evaluation of the results of the study done by the educator learner to monitor the process, progress, and improvement of the learning results of students on an ongoing basis. (2) evaluation of the results of the study referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. repeat daily; b. Deuteronomy midterm; c. end of semester exams/Deuteronomy rising class; d. exam school. (3) Conducting student assessment learners become the responsibility of the educational unit. (4) students who have completed the entire program on a particular education unit is entitled to a degree and/or certificate issued by an accredited education units and/or certifying on the basis of the results of the evaluation. (5) the increase in class and graduation at every level of education is regulated in accordance with the applicable provisions. Article 64 (1) performance evaluation of educators into the direct supervisor's responsibilities include: a. the planning; b. implementation; c. assessment of the results of the study; d. analysis of the results of the study; e. improvement and enrichment; f. other activities according basic tasks and functions of educators. (2) performance evaluation of educators conducted periodically, thorough, transparent and systematic. (3) performance evaluation done also against educators who got additional duties as head of the education unit. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for evaluation of the performance of the educator as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/29 CHAPTER XIX of SUPERVISION Article 65 (1) of the local government, the Board of education and the school Committee to conduct surveillance over the Providence education at all levels, and types of education in accordance with their respective authority. (2) the supervision of technical educative field conducted by the functional Supervisor of the school which consists of KINDERGARTEN Supervisors/SD, SMP, SMA Supervisor Supervisor, overseer of the CMS and reported periodically to the Regent. (3) supervision of non-formal education, youth and keolahragaan done by Education and School Overseer reported periodically to the Regent. (4) Supervision over the implementation of the Budget revenue of the school Shopping along with its activities carried out by the Supervisory Authorities of a functional Government and society in accordance with the applicable provisions. CHAPTER XX AWARD Article 66 (1) Area may give awards to learners, educators, educational and community personnel who are meritorious in education. (2) the granting of the award referred to in subsection (1), governed more by rules of Regent. CHAPTER XXI of the ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS of article 67 (1) give the administrative sanctions authorized Regent against the units of education on all levels who breach the rules. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to subsection (1), can be either: a. reprimand; b. cessation of the activity; c. revocation. (3) of the Ordinance and the terms of the sanctions referred to in paragraph (2), be governed more by rules of Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/30 CHAPTER XXII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 68 at startup the enactment of Regulations in this Area, all the rules/provisions issued by the region which set about organizing the education stated remains valid all not contrary to Rule this region. CHAPTER XXIII the PROVISIONS of article 69 COVER All Regulations necessary to implement the Regents Rules this area must be completed at the latest 1 (one) years counted since the enactment of the regulations in this Area. Article 70 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Area Purworejo. Set in Purworejo on July 27, 2009 VICE REGENT PURWOREJO, ttd MAHSUN ZAIN Enacted in Purworejo on July 27, 2009 SECRETARY PURWOREJO, ttd AKHMAD FAUZI SHEET AREA PURWOREJO in 2009 No. 9 E series number 5 http://www.bphn.go.id/31 EXPLANATION of APPLICABLE LOCAL PURWOREJO number 9 in 2009 ABOUT the ORGANIZATION of EDUCATION i. GENERAL EXPLANATION of the preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 stated that the national goal is to advance the common good , the intellectual life of the nation, and the world order carry out based on freedom, eternal peace and social justice. To realize the national goal, education is a determining factor. In article 31 of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, mandated that: 1. every citizen is entitled to education; 2. Government lobbies and organizes a national education system that provided for in the legislation; 3. every citizen is obligated to follow the elementary education and the Government must fund it; 4. the Government organizes and lobbies for a national education system, which increases the faith and devotion as well as noble morals in order the intellectual life of the nation, which is governed by law; 5. the State education budget prioritizing of at least 20% (twenty percent) of the revenue and Expenditure of the State Budget and the Budget of income and Shopping areas to meet the needs of the Organization of national education. One of the mandate of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 are then further regulated in Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system, which has the vision of the national education system as a social institution is strong and authoritative to empower all citizens of Indonesia develop into a quality human being so proactive and able to answer the challenges of the ever-changing times. Human qualities needed by the nation of Indonesia in the future is capable of facing an increasingly tight competition with other Nations in the world. The Indonesia human qualities produced through conducting an education of quality. http://www.bphn.go.id/32 by observing some of it, in accordance with the powers that be of regional affairs as already set out in the applicable local Purworejo number 4 in 2008 about the Affairs of the local governance Purworejo, Purworejo maintains the existence of local regulations that can be used as a guide in organizing education in Purworejo. Conducting education in Purworejo expected to guarantee equitable obtain educational opportunities, improved quality, relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of management education in order to meet the challenges and demands of the times. To realize the aforementioned necessary measures, among others: 1. increase the professionalism of the human resources cultural, religious, educational, and technological and economy-oriented; 2. apply the learning methods are professionals who can develop cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learners proportionately; 3. organizing education schools and school to suit the characteristics of each region of development; 4. improving the quality of graduates who were able to enter the job market continuing education; 5. increase the participation of learning through the school and out of school in order to pengetasan basic education compulsory education for nine years. With such considerations as above, then the Government needs to look at Purworejo to shape the Rules that govern the Areas of conducting education in Purworejo. I. EXPLANATION of the ARTICLE for the SAKE of ARTICLE Article 1 point 1 is pretty clear. number 2 is pretty clear. the number 3 is quite clear. number 4 is quite clear. the number 5 is quite clear. the number 6 is quite clear. the number 7 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


33 number 8 is quite clear. number 9 is pretty clear. the number 10 is quite clear. the number 11 is quite clear. the number 12 is quite clear. the number 13 is quite clear. the number 14 is quite clear. Figure 15 is quite clear. the number 16 is quite clear. the number 17 is clear enough. the number 18 is quite clear. Figure 19 Figure 20 is pretty obvious is quite clear. the number 21 is quite clear. Figure 22 is quite clear. the number 23 is quite clear. number 24 is quite clear. number 25 is quite clear. Figure 26 is quite clear. Figure 27 is quite clear. Figure 28 is quite clear. number 29 is pretty clear. the number 30 is quite clear. Figure 31 which included among other Educational Personnel power laboran, librarians, educational planners, education researcher, Manager of educational units, supervisors/overseer, technicians learning resources, educational administration personnel. the number 32 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/34 article 2 letter a is quite clear. the letter b is quite clear. Letter c-what is meant by transparency is to provide open and honest information to the community based on the consideration that the public has a right to know in an open and thorough over accountability in the management of the resources entrusted to local government and his loyalty on legislation. -What is meant by accountability is accountable management of resources as well as the implementation of the policies is entrusted to local governments in achieving goals set periodically. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 is quite clear. Article 6 is quite clear. Article 7 is quite clear. Article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 is quite clear. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 is quite clear. Chapter 13 is quite clear. Article 14 is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/35 article 16 paragraph (1) is quite clear. subsection (2) is quite clear. paragraph (3) is quite clear. subsection (4)-is not able to finance their education is parent/guardian learners really can not provide personal costs of learners and when not aided, learners cannot follow education, evidenced through a verification Service that was performed. -Is the cost of education aid is aid for personal expenses, such as learners cost of transportation, uniforms and stationery, article 17 is clear enough. Article 18 is quite clear. Article 19 is quite clear. Article 20 is quite clear. Section 21 subsection (1) is the integrated unit is combined with a kind and level of education. subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 22 subsection (1) is quite clear. paragraph (2) of the curriculum development in sailplanes are meant to allow adjustment of the education program at education units with the specificity of the conditions and the potential that exists in the area. Article 23 is quite clear. Article 24 paragraph (1) is quite clear. subsection (2) is an early stage education is class I, class II and class III elementary school. paragraph (3) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/36 Article 25 is quite clear. Article 26 is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 is quite clear. Article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 is quite clear. Article 33 is quite clear. Article 34 is quite clear. Article 35 is quite clear. Article 36 is quite clear. Article 37 is clear enough. Article 38 is quite clear. Article 39 is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. Article 41 is quite clear. Article 42 is quite clear. Article 43 is quite clear. Article 44 is quite clear. Article 45 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/46 Article 37 paragraph (1) does not need to have status as the owner, however, can be either the utilization rights of rental or usage rights. subsection (2) is quite clear. paragraph (3) is quite clear. subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 47 is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 paragraph (1) is quite clear. paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. the letter b is quite clear. the letter c is quite clear. the letter d is ádalah plus education services unit conducting education by providing additional services such as: accelerated Classes, classroom immersion, International School Stub, an International School, etc. Article 50 is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. Article 53 is quite clear. Article 54 is quite clear. Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/38 Article 57 is quite clear. Article 58 is quite clear. Article 59 is quite clear. Article 60 sufficiently clear. Article 61 is quite clear. Article 62 is quite clear. Article 63 is quite clear. Article 64 is quite clear. Article 65 is quite clear. Article 66 is pretty clear. Article 67 is quite clear. Article 68 is quite clear. Article 69 is quite clear. Article 70 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/