Ali Imron


Religious, Social, and Cultural Roots of the Quality Management Of Religion-based Pri­mary Schools. This article analyzes and gives meanings to the religious, social, and cultural roots of the quality management of religion-based primary schools. This qualitative research employed multi-case design and phenomenological approach. Participant observations, in-depth interviews, and documentation study were conducted to collect the data. Each case in the data was analyzed referring to Miles and Huberman’s flow model, and Yin’s comparative technique was used to have comparisons across cases. The results show that religion-based primary schools have a strong commitment to quality, and have holistic and dynamic approach to the meaning of quality. The schools also have quality management ensuing from the commitment and the approach. Quality services provided by the schools emanate from the un­derstanding of religious teachings; the services were the manifestation of commitment to the religion and to God. The socio-economy of the urban and middle-high class is also attributable to the accomplishment of the holistic quality. Quality culture as internalized by the predecessors and transformed by the successors helps inspire and motivate the school community members to achieve the quality.


akar religi; akar sosial; akar kultural; manajemen mutu; sekolah dasar; pendidikan berbasis religi

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/jip.v16i3.2567

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