APPLYING PRINCIPLES OF GOOD GOVERNANCE AT HIGHLANDS INTERNATIONAL BOARDING SCHOOL (HIBS) MALAYSIA
Good governance is one of the factors in improving the quality of education. Some points of good governance in school are to involve all participations of school management, to ensure the use of funds appropriately, and to cooperate with school principals, teachers, and school staffs. The purposes of this program are to inform the significant use of internal communication and to encourage the school members in applying good governance in school. This study is to identify the internal communication existing, the application of good governance, and teacher’s competences. The result of this program is to deliver some comprehension and knowledge related to the awareness of good governance in which the benefits are given to the school. This study was applied at Highland International Boarding School (HIBS) Malaysia. The target program of the community service was one day-training and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) which was held at Highlands International Boarding School (HIBS) in Malaysia. The aim of this program is to gain a better management system based on good governance
in its work environment. It was found that applying principles of good governance and building internal communication among school members are essential in increasing the school quality.
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