The Critical Role of SISPENA (Accreditation Assessment System) In Improving The Quality of PAUD Educational Institutions

Sri Muryaningsih, Tatik Ariyati, Iwan Kurniawan


Early Childhood Education or PAUD in wikipedia PAUD is a level of education before the primary education
level, a coaching effort aimed at children from birth to six years of age.Following Law No. 20 of 2003 concerning
the National Education System Article 1 Paragraph 14, Early childhood education is a coaching effort shown to
children from birth to six years of age which is carried out through providing educational stimuli to assist growth
and development both physically and spiritually so that children have readiness to enter further education. Accreditation results are significant for all stakeholders.The accreditation results describe the quality indicators of an institution. They can be used as a reference in making decisions for various needs, including improving the institution's quality in the future. For institutions, accreditation can help determine the extent to which the institution has achieved the government's quality criteria or the national education standard as a minimum standard of quality.The accreditation results are also a reference for all parties in the institution to evaluate the institution's performance and then become the basis for short and long term planning; as a basis for improving and improving the quality of education in the future as part of continuous quality improvement.The accreditation results are also a form of compliance with regulations set by the government and as part of public accountability.


ISPENA (Accreditation Assessment System), Quality Improvement of Institutions

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