Evaluation of School-Based Management Implementation (Sbm) in Madrasah Jakarta

  • Abdul Rahman A. Ghani, Arum Fatayan, Ika Yatri, Lelly Qodariah, Bunyamin Bunyamin, Burmansah Burmansah


The research aims to describe, analyze, and evaluate the level of success, benefits and constraints of the implementation of School Based Management (SBM) in Madrasah of Tsanawiyah Al-Musyarrofah Jakarta. The study used a descriptive qualitative approach, with the CIPP evaluation model (Context, Input, Process, Product). Data is collected through observation, questionnaires, document studies, and interviews with Madrasah Supervisors, Head of Madrasah, Deputy Head of Curriculum and Student Affairs, Madrasah Committees, Community and Students. In validating data, triangulation techniques are used, related to data sources and methods. Evaluation results show that in general the implementation of SBM in terms of context, input, process and results is very effective, because it has an impact on: improving the quality of education, the awareness of the madrasa and the community, the responsibility of the madrasah to the committee, parents of students, the community and the government and increasing healthy competition between madrasas.