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The problem of establishing a State High School in Cilongok still has many weaknesses, it is proven that the number of school dropouts in Cilongok sub-district is increasing every year. Based on observations by researchers, the obstacles in establishing a State High School in Cilongok are due to weak human resources; institutional coordination; differences in perception and lack of understanding of the guidelines. According to James Anderson Charles Lindblom and James P. Lester and Joseph Stewart, Jr. actors or actors who participate in the policy formation process can be divided into two groups, namely cast and cast and official and unofficial. Which is owned by actors and is an agent of the official government (bureaucracy), president (executive), legislature and courts. While belonging to unofficial roles include interest groups, political parties and individual citizens. This research uses James E. Anderson's theory, policy is the behavior of a number of actors (employees, groups, government agencies) or a group of actors in a particular policy field. Talking about policy cannot be separated from the relationship between interest groups, both in government and society as a whole. Based on theory, actors cannot move alone without the collaboration of other actors, so a network diagram is needed to understand the role of each actor. The suggestion in this study is that similar views are needed from the actors to improve community welfare and transparency in the establishment of State High Schools in Cilongok.
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