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R A N C A N G A N AREA of SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE REGULATION number 3 of 2009 ABOUT ORGANIZING SCHOOL PROGRAMS FREE in SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of South Sumatra, Considering: a. that the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 mandated Government lobbies and organizes a national education system that enhances faith and devotion to God Almighty and glorious morals in order the intellectual life of the nation; b. that Governments establish national policy implementation of compulsory and local government match its obligation to organise compulsory based on national policy, as well as arranging further implementation of compulsory, in accordance with the conditions of their respective regions; c. that in connection with the consideration of the above need to animate the equitable opportunity of acquiring education for school-aged children begin primary education up to the level of secondary education in the form of free schools; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a, b, and c, the need to establish local regulations about conducting of Free School Program in South Sumatra Province. Remember: 1. Article 18 paragraph (6) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 25 of 1959 concerning the establishment of the area of level I South Sumatra (Indonesia Republic Gazette 1959 Number 70, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1814); 3. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Number 47 in 2003, State Gazette Extra RI Number 4286);
-2-4. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of RI 2003 Number 78, Supplement State Gazette of RI Number 4301); 5. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of RI's 2004 number 5, State Gazette Supplementary RI Number 4355); 6. 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 Indonesia country number 4389); 7. Act No. 3 of 2004 concerning the examination of the management and financial responsibility of the State (State Gazette of RI's 2004 Number 66, State Gazette Extra RI Number 4400); 8. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette Number 104 in 2004 of RI, RI State Gazette Supplementary Number 4421); 9. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Number 125 of 2004, State Gazette Extra RI Number 4437), as last amended by law No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of RI in 2008 Number 59, State Gazette Extra RI Number 4844); 10. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and local governments (State Gazette Number 126 in 2004 of RI, RI State Gazette Supplementary Number 4438); 11. Act No. 14 of 2005 about the teachers and professors, (State Gazette Number 157 of the 2005 RI, RI State Gazette Supplementary Number 45); 12. Government Regulation Number 29 in 1990 about primary education (State Gazette of RI 1990 Number 37, Supplement State Gazette of RI Number 3413) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 55 in 1998 (State Gazette Number 1998 RI 90), State Gazette Extra RI Number 3763);
-3-13. Government Regulation number 30 in 1990 about secondary education (State Gazette of RI 1990 Number 38, State Gazette Extra RI Number 3414), as amended by government regulation Number 56 in 1998 (State Gazette of RI 1998 Number 91, State Gazette Extra RI Number 3764); 14. Government Regulation number 19 in 2005 about education standards (State Gazette of RI 2005 Number 41, State Gazette Extra RI Number 4496); 15. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2007 about religious education and Religious Education (State Gazette Number 124 in 2007 of RI, RI State Gazette Supplementary Number 476); 16. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about the Division of Government Affairs between the Government, the regional Government of the province and district/city Governments (State Gazette Number 82 in 2007, RI, RI State Gazette Supplementary Number 4737); 17. The decision of the Minister of education and culture Number 36/U/1995 concerning the implementation of the Compulsory Education primary education; 18. Decisions along with Minister of national education and Religion Minister no. 1/U/KB/2000 and MA/86/2000 about boarding schools as Salafi Pattern 9-year basic education Learning; 19. The decision of the Minister of national education the number 044/U/2002 about the Board of education and the school Committee: 20. The decision of the Minister of National Number 060/U/2002 Guideline of the establishment of the school. Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of SOUTH SUMATRA and SOUTH SUMATRA GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT FREE SCHOOL PROGRAM PEYELENGGARAAN in the PROVINCE of South Sumatra.
-4-CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The Government is the Central Government. 2. is the Province of South Sumatra Province. 3. The provincial government is a Government of South Sumatra Province. 4. The Governor is the Governor of South Sumatra. 5. The Regional Secretary is Secretary of South Sumatra Province. 6. District/City Government is the Government district/city se-Sumatera Selatan. 7. the Bupati/Walikota is Regent/Mayor se-Sumatera Selatan. 8. Elementary/primary school Madrasah Ibtidaiyah/Wonderful land of abbreviated SD/SDLB/MI State/private is SD/SDLB/MI in South Sumatra. 9. Junior high school/middle school Outstanding/Ment of State/private abbreviated JUNIOR/SMPLB/MTs/private Affairs is a JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL/SMPLB/MTs in South Sumatra. 10. High school/high school/Madrasah Aliyah Incredible/Vocational high school State/private abbreviated SMA/SMALB/MA/MCA/private Land is HIGH SCHOOL/SMALB/MA/SMK in South Sumatra. 11. The school national standards hereinafter abbreviated as SSN is private or public school that prepares his protégé participant based on national standards of education (SNP) Indonesia so that graduates have the skills and national competitiveness. 12. International School Stub hereinafter abbreviated RSBI is a school that meets national standards of education that dipesiapkan to be an international school. 13. International Schools which further shortened SBI is the national school that prepares his protégé participant based on national standards of education (SNP) Indonesia and international level so that graduates have the ability of international competitiveness.
-5-14. Paket hereinafter referred to inter is a community education Package facilitated by the Government to students who are not learning through the school/madrasa, which include Chasing A Package equivalent to SD/MI, Chasing Pack B equivalent SMP/MTs, and a Chase Pack C equivalent HIGH SCHOOL/MA. 15. education Diniyah Islamic religious education is held on all paths and non-formal education and informal level. 16. Free School is a program to lighten the burden of parents/guardians of students through the exemption from the obligation to pay the cost of operating the school. 17. the school's operating costs are the costs incurred for the financing of activities of the teaching and learning process which consists of: a. personal costs include: costs for the welfare of teachers, employees, professional development of teachers; and b. the non personal cost which includes: admission/re-list students, supporting teaching and learning activities, assessment/evaluation, care/maintenance light, power and services, student mentoring, and office stationery. 18. Free School Program management team is free school program manager based in the Office of education in the provinces and Kabupaten/Kota education service. CHAPTER II the NAME of the PROGRAM, GOALS and OBJECTIVES article 2 free School was the fulfillment of the operational costs of the pembiayaannya School of Government, the provincial government, and the Government district/town called Free School Program. Article 3 (1). Free school program aims to alleviate the burden of parents/guardians of students from the obligation to pay the cost of operating the school. (2) the school operational costs referred to in subsection (1) is paid by the Federal Government, provincial governments and district/city Governments.
-6-article 4 (1). Any resident of South Sumatra in school age are entitled to free school Ministry. (2) Free school program Targets is every students starting level SD/SDLB/MI, SMP/MTs, SMA/SMPLB/SMALB/MA/SMK both public and private, except SSN, RSBI, SBI, study groups (Inter) package and Diniyah. (3) the school of national standards (SSN), an International School Stub (RSBI), an International School (SBI) are excluded as mentioned in subsection (2) is required to receive and absolve the school operating expenses for students are poor achievers. CHAPTER III RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS of the RECIPIENT SCHOOLS SCHOOL PROGRAMS FREE article 5 (1). Every SD/SDLB/MI, SMP/MTs/SMPLB, and high school/SMALB/MA/SMK both public and private as stipulated in article 4 paragraph (2) has the right to get the school operational costs from the Government, the Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota Governments. (2) For schools/private in the category of SSN, RSBI, and SBI which picks up the school operational costs from parents of students whose number is greater than the cost of operating the school, allowed the school operational costs of picking up the difference from the operational costs of the school are accepted after a written approval from the Regents/Mayors. Article 6 each school Free School Program recipients have an obligation as follows: a. freed parents of students from school operating expenses levy; b. make and submit a report to the financial liability in accordance with applicable legislation; c. financial accountability report as stated on the letter b to the management team of the Program Free School District/city;
-7-d. special schools as stipulated in article 5 clause (2) deliver the budget plan income and Expenditures of the school to School Program management team Free Kabupaten/Kota to get approval of the Bupati/Walikota. CHAPTER IV USE of funds, RESOURCES and ACCOUNTABILITY article 7 (1). Free school program funds sourced free sourced from State Budget income and Expenditure (BUDGET), the budget of income and Expenditure area (NATIONAL) province and sharing Fund Budget revenue and Expenditure area (BUDGETS) district/city. (2) the magnitude of funds sharing free school program referred to in subsection (1) is calculated proportionally based on the magnitude of the number of students in each district/city. Article 8 Funds Free School Porgram is used for school operating costs which include: a. the cost of welfare of teachers and employees; b. the cost of teaching and learning activities; c. the cost of teachers ' quality improvement activities; d. the cost of extracurricular activities (student); the allocation of its use shall be governed by regulation of the Governor. Article 9 (1). Implementing the free compulsory Schooling Programs deliver accountability for the use of the Fund to the management team of the Program Free School District/city level. (2) Free School Program management team Kabupaten/Kota is obliged to deliver the recap of the accountability of the use of funds Free School Program referred to in subsection (1) to the Bupati/Walikota and Free School Program management team provincial level.
-8- (3). Free School Program management team Provincial mandatory use of funds deliver a recap of the liability referred to in subsection (2) to the Governor. Chapter V ORGANIZATION and DISTRIBUTION of FUNDS article 10 (1). In practice the funds Free School Program run by Free School Program management team provincial and district/city levels. (2) the establishment of Free Schools Program management team Provincial and Regency/city established by decision of the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota in accordance with those powers. Article 11 (1). Free School Program funds sourced from the STATE BUDGET and GRANT the province transmitted by Free School Program management team provincial level into account langusng school/madrasa recipients. (2) Free School Program Funds sourced from GRANT County/City channeled by the management team of the Program Free School District/city Level directly to the account of the recipient's school/madrasah. CHAPTER VI MONITORING, EVALUATION and REPORTING of article 12 (1). In an effort of transparency, akutabilkitas and to know the progression towards the holding of Free School Program held monitoring and evaluation on a regular basis. (2) the Monitoring and evaluation referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by a team formed by the decision of the Governor and the Bupati/Walikota in accordance with those powers. (3) the results of the monitoring and evaluation referred to in paragraph (2) was reported to the Governor and Regents/Mayors.
-9-CHAPTER VII CONSTRUCTION and SUPERVISION Article 13 supervision and Coaching against the implementation of a free school Program conducted by the management team of free schools Provincial and Kabupaten/Kota, functional supervision authorities, the Committee of the school and the community. CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS Article 14 COVER things that have not been provided for in the regulation of this area will be further regulated by regulation of the Governor all along about its implementation. Article 15 Rules this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. So that everyone can know it ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece Area of South Sumatra Province. Set in Kilkenny on March 19, 2009, the GOVERNOR of South Sumatra, dto h. ALEX NOERDIN Enacted in Kilkenny on March 20, 2009 SECRETARY of SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE, Dto h. MUSYRIF SUWARDI GAZETTE AREA of SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE in 2009 number 2 E series
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