Determinants of School Participation at the Senior High School Level in Jawa Barat in 2017

Rhiska Putrianti, Budyanra Budyanra


Jawa Barat is one of the provinces with the largest population in Indonesia. However, educational problems still cannot be overcome, especially in secondary education. Seen from the Net Enrollment Ratio (APM) in 2017, Jawa Barat ranked as the eighth lowest in Indonesia and was the lowest APM achievement in Java. Even though the low level of education in human resources in a region can have many negative impacts on other social and economic phenomena. Therefore, this study aims to determine the factors that influence school participation in secondary school/ equivalent in Jawa Barat in 2017 at the individual level and the variations caused by the differences in characteristics of the regency/city at the contextual level. The analytical method used is multilevel. Binary logistic regression Based on the results of the analysis obtained, the individual variables that influence school participation are gender, age, the last educational level of the household head, the number of household members and the state of poverty. Meanwhile, the proportion between students and teachers at the context level and per capita GRDP affects the variation in school participation between regency/city in Jawa Barat in 2017.


Participation; regression; multilevel; contextual

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