• Abstract

    Many cases show that the preexisting human resource condition of teachers may potentially cause problems for an educational institution. Two possibilities arise: (1) if the number of teachers is lower than the ideal number and (2) if the number of teachers is more than the ideal number. Therefore, every institution must plan the human resources of teachers through a scientific approach, both qualitative and quantitative. This study aims to plan a strategy for boarding school development based on the human resources of schools and the level of performance at the International Standard Madrasah, Amanatul Ummah, Pacet, Mojokerto, East Java. The human resource planning of teachers used in this study is a trend analysis to predict the number of new students, which then becomes the basis for determining the number of study groups. The number of study groups will then determine the required number of teachers, especially for those teaching the nationally tested subjects. The performance analysis used in this research is named PIAS Analysis, an upgrade of IPA analysis with an additional axis in the same parameters. The results of the study indicate that the composition of teachers is essential based on the primary and current needs of trend analysis. PIAS analysis shows that some attributes need to be improved for better services and better performance in sustainable school development.

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ZA, T., Idris, S., Mohd Yusoff, M. Z., Siswanto, R., & Murziqin, R. (2023). Strategy on boarding school development: between trend and performance analysis. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6(2), 2023013. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023013
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