Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Science and Technology for an Internet of Things, 20 October 2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

The Difference of Officialdom Status and the Performance of Islamic Education Teachers in the Private Madrasah Aliyah

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.19-10-2018.2281390,
        author={Lian G Otaya and Sumarlin Adam},
        title={The Difference of Officialdom Status and the Performance of Islamic Education Teachers in the Private Madrasah Aliyah},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Science and Technology for an Internet of Things,  20 October 2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICSTI},
        year={2019},
        month={4},
        keywords={: officialdom status performance islamic education teachers},
        doi={10.4108/eai.19-10-2018.2281390}
    }
    
  • Lian G Otaya
    Sumarlin Adam
    Year: 2019
    The Difference of Officialdom Status and the Performance of Islamic Education Teachers in the Private Madrasah Aliyah
    ICSTI
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.19-10-2018.2281390
Lian G Otaya1,*, Sumarlin Adam1
  • 1: IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo
*Contact email: lianotaya82@iaingorontalo.ac.id

Abstract

The officialdom status of teachers in Indonesia is divided into two kinds, this officialdom status is assumed as predictor variable which influences teachers’ performance. Therefore, this research aims to know the difference of the officialdom status and the performance of Islamic education teachers in the private madrasah aliyah, especially in Gorontalo City. The research method used was quantitative research with an analytical approach. The data were collected through the observation, questionnaire, and document study. The data analysis was conducted by t-test sample independent test with the help from SPSS Program version 24.0. The result of the research showed there was no difference of the performance of civil servant teachers and non civil servant teachers. Although almost the majority of Islamic education teachers in private madrasah aliyah was not civil servant, but their performance was as good as the civil servant teachers, because they had positive perspectives about teacher as a noble and glorious profession and also there was an expectation that their status could be changed from non civil servant teacher to civil servant teacher.