Development of a Partnership Model between Principal, Teacher, and Parents to Improve Education Quality for Elementary Schools in Mataram

  • Asrin University of Mataram
  • Ahmad Hari Witono University of Mataram
  • Muhammad Irawan Zain University of Mataram
  • Abdul Kadir Jaelani University of Mataram
  • Arif Widodo University of Mataram
Keywords: partnership model, quality of education, elementary school.


— Today, schools are present as organizations that require management professionals. There are at least three concentration courses required to improve school quality, namely: strengthening the competence of teachers, principals, and other stakeholders, improve quality and access, increase the effectiveness of the education bureaucracy, and public involvement in solving educational problems in the community. Improving the quality of education requires a partnership between school principals as transformative educational leaders, more constructive teacher roles, and people^s involvement with parents to improve the quality of education. Especially in the new normal era, the partnership between principals, teachers, and parents is needed as an effective collaboration between school and stakeholders. This cannot be ignored in maintaining the quality of education in this era. Found the main causes of schools having high performance are- school culture or climate- leadership and school system- parental support, To create quality education, schools are required to develop quality management that emphasizes the development of a quality culture. Principals, teachers, and parents can develop improvements in the quality of education. This research was carried out for knowing various models of partnership between school principals, teachers, and people in improving the quality of schools whose result is preparation of a draft partnership model guide between school principals, teachers and parents in improvement efforts the quality of elementary schools , The research method uses qualitative methods. Location research in public elementary schools in Mataram-Lombok. Data collection techniques using interviews, observations, and documentation. Research locations in elementary schools at Mataram with determination based on the location of the school and school accreditation. The research results will be used as a guidebook for model development partnerships