The study aims to obtain empirical evidence of the differences in the effectiveness of work on several aspects, including preparing and planning learning activities, the implementation of public administration, responsibility, and task. The study was carried out between the two groups, which were permanent and nonpermanent teachers in Muhamamdiyah Metro Elementary School. The research was conducted in Muhammadiyah Metro Elementary School, Metro Center, Metro City of Lampung Province. The duration of the study was five months during February to June 2016 in the even semester of the 2015/2016 School Year. The ex-post facto method was used in this research. The population in this study was the teachers of Muhmmadiyah Metro Elementary School. The sample used originated from two group which were: The permanent teacher and the nonpermanent teacher. The sample was taken based on the quota of each sample of 7 people with the total sample amounting to 14 people. Data collection on the effectiveness of teacher work was done using the assessment sheet by the school principal. The data of the research were analyzed using the nonparametric statistical technique, Mann Whitney test. The conclusions obtained in this study are: There is a significant difference between the effectiveness of work between permanent teachers and non-permanent teachers on the aspects of preparing and planning the learning activities; there is no significant difference in the effectiveness of work between permanent and non-permanent teachers on the aspects of general administration implementation; and there was no significant difference in the effectiveness of work between permanent teachers and non-permanent teachers on the aspects of responsibility and duties.
Key words: Teacher’s work effectiveness, permanent teachers, non-permanent teachers, school-based management.
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