Public policy acceptability

Study on the transfer of management policy for senior high school teachers and teaching personnel in south Sulawesi Province


  • Zulkhairil AM Universitas Negeri Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia
  • Haedar Akib Universitas Negeri Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia
  • Suradi Universitas Negeri Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia


acceptability, public policy, school teachers, senior high school, transfer management


This study aims to analyze the acceptability of the implementation of teacher management transfer policies in South Sulawesi Province. This qualitative descriptive study describes and analyzes the acceptability of teacher management transfer education policies at the Education Office of South Sulawesi Province. The research method with a descriptive approach. Data was collected by interviewing teachers and implementers involved in implementing the transfer of management policy. The data analysis used is descriptive. The results of the study indicate that the acceptability of teachers and managers of SMA/SMK in South Sulawesi Province shows their acceptance of this policy. From the initial reaction, there were good expectations for the implementation of this policy, even though there were still some obstacles at the beginning of the management process, such as late salaries that occurred due to changes in administrative processes and coordination across districts geographically, South Sulawesi Province was quite extensive.


Download data is not yet available.


Alam, G. M. (2009). Can governance and regulatory control ensure private higher education as business or public goods in Bangladesh?. African Journal of Business Management, 3(12), 890-906.

AM, E. N., Affandi, A., Udobong, A., & Sarwani, S. (2020). Implementation of human resource management in the adaptation period for new habits. International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 19-26.

Bas?kan, B. (2020). Toxic Leadership in Education. International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 97-104.

Brook, U., Watemberg, N., & Geva, D. (2000). Attitude and knowledge of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disability among high school teachers. Patient education and Counseling, 40(3), 247-252.

Busby, J. S., & Iszatt-White, M. (2016). Rationalizing violation: Ordered accounts of intentionality in the breaking of safety rules. Organization studies, 37(1), 35-53.

Cahaya, A., Akib, H., Said, F., & Yahyaddin, M. (2019). Snapshot Of The Socio-Economic Life Of Fishermen Community Based On Social Entrepreneurship In Bone Regency, INDONESIA. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 25(1), 1-11.

Daraba, D., Farida, U., & Niswaty, R. (2019). Shift-share analysis of the development of local competence as a basis for interregional cooperation in West Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues, 22, 1-11.

Daraba, D., Ramli, R. M., Sakawati, H., & Salam, R. (2018). Quality Of Service Manufacturing Of Trade License Line In Office Of Investment Investment And Licensed Agency (BPMPT) Regency Of Bulukumba.

Daraba, D., Wirawan, H., Salam, R., & Faisal, M. (2021). Working from home during the corona pandemic: Investigating the role of authentic leadership, psychological capital, and gender on employee performance. Cogent Business & Management, 8(1), 1885573.

Delgado, D. G. L., Delgado, F. E. A., & Quiroz, P. M. Z. (2019). Permanent application of diagnostic assessment on learning teaching process. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture, 5(4), 34-45.

Demetriou, A., Kazi, S., Spanoudis, G., & Makris, N. (2019). Predicting school performance from cognitive ability, self-representation, and personality from primary school to senior high school. Intelligence, 76, 101381.

Donnell, L. A., & Gettinger, M. (2015). Elementary school teachers' acceptability of school reform: Contribution of belief congruence, self-efficacy, and professional development. Teaching and teacher education, 51, 47-57.

Elacqua, G. (2012). The impact of school choice and public policy on segregation: Evidence from Chile. International Journal of Educational Development, 32(3), 444-453.

Feller, J., Finnegan, P., & Nilsson, O. (2011). Open innovation and public administration: transformational typologies and business model impacts. European Journal of Information Systems, 20(3), 358-374.

Ghanizadeh, A., Bahredar, M. J., & Moeini, S. R. (2006). Knowledge and attitudes towards attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among elementary school teachers. Patient Education and Counseling, 63(1-2), 84-88.

González-López, M. (2021). Teaching management to reading and writing in children of elementary school. International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 27-34.

Holliday, R. E., & Hayes, B. K. (2000). Dissociating automatic and intentional processes in children's eyewitness memory. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 75(1), 1-42.

Hu, P. J. H., Clark, T. H., & Ma, W. W. (2003). Examining technology acceptance by school teachers: a longitudinal study. Information & management, 41(2), 227-241.

Jackson, J. F., & Moore III, J. L. (2008). Introduction: The African American male crisis in education: A popular media infatuation or needed public policy response?.

Jones, G. N. (1970). Failure of Technical Assistance in Public Administration Abroad: A Personal Note. Journal of Comparative Administration, 2(1), 3-51.

Lawrence, S. M., Lawrence, K. D., & Reeves, G. R. (1983). Allocation of teaching personnel: A goal programming model. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 17(4), 211-216.

Lefebure, C. (2019). Translating letters: criticism as a perspective for a translator. Applied Translation, 13(1), 32–39. Retrieved from

Levy, M. H., & Cohen, S. D. (2005, April). Sedation for the relief of refractory symptoms in the imminently dying: a fine intentional line. In Seminars in oncology (Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 237-246). WB Saunders.

Majone, G. (2001). Two logics of delegation: agency and fiduciary relations in EU governance. European Union Politics, 2(1), 103-122.

Mantra, I. B. N. (2017). Promoting primary school teachers’ competence through dynamic interactive workshop and partnership. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture, 3(1), 1-6. Retrieved from

McNabb, D. E. (2017). Research methods in public administration and nonprofit management. Routledge.

Nugroho, A. (2019). Journal of Public Administration Studies.

Oleksenko, K., Kryvylova, O., Sosnickaya, N., Molodychenko, V., & Kushnirova, T. (2021). Professional training for primary school teachers on the basis of the task-based approach. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S4), 409-418.

Osaki, Y., & Minowa, M. (1996). Cigarette smoking among junior and senior high school students in Japan. Journal of adolescent health, 18(1), 59-65.

Pal, L. A., & Clark, I. D. (2016). Teaching public policy: Global convergence or difference?.

Purwanto, E. A., & Pramusinto, A. (2018). Decentralization and functional assignment in Indonesia: the case of health and education services. Policy Studies, 39(6), 589-606.

Pynoo, B., Devolder, P., Tondeur, J., Van Braak, J., Duyck, W., & Duyck, P. (2011). Predicting secondary school teachers’ acceptance and use of a digital learning environment: A cross-sectional study. Computers in Human behavior, 27(1), 568-575.

Quyen, N. V. (2021). Research on the framework of mathematics self-study capabilities of Vietnamese high school students. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S3), 340-351.

Rice, E. M. (2006). Public administration in post-socialist Eastern Europe. In Comparative Public Administration. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Richardson, J. (2000). Government, interest groups and policy change. Political studies, 48(5), 1006-1025.

Ronit, K. (2001). Institutions of private authority in global governance: linking territorial forms of self-regulation. Administration & Society, 33(5), 555-578.

Shore, C., & Wright, S. (2003). Coercive accountability: the rise of audit culture in higher education. In Audit cultures (pp. 69-101). Routledge.

Smith, K. B., & Larimer, C. W. (2018). The public policy theory primer. Routledge.

Sørensen, E., & Torfing, J. (2011). Enhancing collaborative innovation in the public sector. Administration & Society, 43(8), 842-868.

Suharti, S., Akib, H., Jamaluddin, J., & Thukiman, K. (2020). Archive Management Analysis in Secondary School. International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 1-6.

Suryasa, I.W., Sudipa, I.N., Puspani, I.A.M., Netra, I.M. (2019). Translation procedure of happy emotion of english into indonesian in k???a text. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 10(4), 738–746

Toprak, M. (2020). Leadership in Educational. International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership, 85-96.

Van Meter, D. S., & Van Horn, C. E. (1975). The policy implementation process: A conceptual framework. Administration & Society, 6(4), 445-488.

Viswanathan, M., Sridharan, S., Gau, R., & Ritchie, R. (2009). Designing marketplace literacy education in resource-constrained contexts: Implications for public policy and marketing. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 28(1), 85-94.

Wang, L. (2010). Higher education governance and university autonomy in China. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 8(4), 477-495.

Wang, X. (2001). A policy analysis of the financing of higher education in China: Two decades reviewed. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 23(2), 205-217.



How to Cite

Zulkhairil, A., Akib, H., & Suradi, S. (2021). Public policy acceptability: Study on the transfer of management policy for senior high school teachers and teaching personnel in south Sulawesi Province. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 1072-1082.



Research Articles