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Collaborative Innovation: Strategy To Overcome School Dropouts And Illiteracy In The Baubau City, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia

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Syahril Ramadhan



Index Terms: collaborative, synergistic,innovation, strategy



Abstract: This research involves a wide range of concepts, theories and models, especially models of public sector innovation and proactive planning model of educational innovation. This study aims to identify the empirical model of planning educational innovations in Baubau City. Specifically, the purpose of this study is to find and to know the strategies of educational innovation in the city Baubau. This research was conducted in the Baubau city using a qualitative approach. The data collection technique used is the approach utilizing the available data (the data existing approach) in the form of statistical data, as well as general data that already exists, a variety of official documents, data reporting, other specific data provided by government agencies. Interviews and observations. Data analysis techniques performed interactively. The results showed that Educational Innovation Strategy in Baubau City is through government the Department of Education, Youth and Sports in Baubau, in general create educational innovation strategy is characterized by: Strategic-systematic; collaborative and synergistic by the stakeholders; capacity building, and sustainable.



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