Evaluation of The Implementation of The School Literacy Movement in Elementary Schools in The District and City of Tangerang

Ina Magdalena, Maruf Akbar, Robinson Situmorang


This study aims to describe the evaluation of the implementation of the School Literacy Movement in Elementary Schools in the Regency and City of Tangerang. The approach used in this research is a qualitative approach with descriptive evaluation methods. The Context Input Process and Product model as a model used in this evaluation study consist of four stages, namely context, input, process, and product. Data collection techniques used by researchers in this study were interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of the context implementation evaluation indicate that the reasons underlying the implementation of the School Literacy Movement in 6 schools are because of the lack of interest in reading students, the need for varied reading material or references and the availability of supporting facilities for the program. The results of the input evaluation are that the school implements several strategies that can be done to achieve the School Literacy Movement, the adequacy of facilities and infrastructure, have guidelines or Standard Operating Procedures, the implementation of the program is carried out at the beginning of teaching and learning activities or includes in the process of teaching and learning activities, the allocation of funds using independent funds schools or funds from the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget or School Operational Assistance.


Evaluation; Program; Literacy; Elementary School

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