Phenomenological Case Study on Basic Education Financing Based on Students Learning Needs in Indonesia
Dedy Achmad Kurniady; Rita Anggorowati
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Quality education is determined by the presence of skilled and reliable human resources in carrying out its du-ties and functions as the executor of activities in the educational process and adequate funding support. Based on the description, the focus of the problem to be disclosed is with regard to how the financing design can support the development of the quality management system. Using the case study method of phenomenology, the result shows that an educational organization should always undertake development strategies tailored to the demands and needs of the environment in order to survive and compete with other educational organiza-tions. To achieve this, it is necessary to provide adequate financing support in order to achieve what has been established or planned. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify what programs and activities classified as the focus of financing in conducting education, to achieve the target or quality of the pre-determined.
Topic: Economic and Finance in Education