The Legal Protection of Teacher Professionalism

Harpani Matnuh
2018 Proceedings of the Annual Civic Education Conference (ACEC 2018)   unpublished
Teachers are professional educators with the primary task of educating, teaching, guiding, directing, training, assessing, and evaluating early childhood education on formal education, primary education, and secondary education. As the professionals in the field of education, teachers have a great task and responsibility in achieving the goals of national education. In order to uphold discipline and maintain school as well as orders in teaching and learning processes, teachers have the right to
more » ... s have the right to sanction their students who violate religious norms, morality norms, decency norms, written and unwritten rules set by teachers, educational unit level regulations and regulations legislation under the authority. The Act No.14 Year 2005 on Teachers and Lecturers as well as Government Regulation No.74 Year 2008 on Teachers firmly mention that teachers who have the certificate of educators are entitled to basic salary, allowances attached to salary, additional income professional allowance, functional allowance, special allowances, and additional benefits related to their duties as teachers who are set by the principle of the award on the basis of achievement and legal standards in carrying out their profession. Objective conditions that occur are teachers are exposed to violence, threats, discriminatory treatment, intimidation, and unfair treatment by the students, students' parents, society, bureaucracy, or other parties.
doi:10.2991/acec-18.2018.80 fatcat:rlp3p5attzd45p2vmgdd5x2wse