Curriculum Development Management in the Superior School


  • Sulaeman, E. Mulyasa, Iim Wasliman, Purwadi, Sutarman


               Schools must respond to the demands of changing times which must be addressed and followed by changes in the curriculum, concerning the readiness of teachers, facilities and regional autonomy policies. Curriculum changes as obstacles become opportunities. The purpose of this study is to analyze and find out about: (1). planning (2). implementation, (3). evaluate the development of basic education curriculum in Kuningan district,  (4) to analyze the involvement of school committees, and  (5) describe the constraints faced and problem solving solutions. The research method uses a descriptive qualitative approach with case studies, and data collected through: interviews, participatory observation and documentation studies. The conclusions of this study show that: (1). Realization of the plan is already running but not yet maximally (2). Implementation of the curriculum is still overlapping in its operations (3). Curriculum evaluation has not been significantly improved and there has been no innovation, (4). The involvement of the committee is still very simple (5). The salient problem is mainly related tothe teacher ability and very limited time allocation. The solution is to provide guidance to teachers and organize extracurricular activities.