Sri Hidayati, Ishak Abdulhak, Dinn Wahyudin
Abstract: The curriculum in primary and secondary education in Indonesia is developed with the principle of diversification, which is based on local needs, school characteristic, and student needs. Maritime curriculum has been developed based on local need. The curriculum was developed in the framework of a national program to achieve the vision of Indonesia as a world maritime center. Implementation has been limited in 34 provinces since 2017. Implementation can be done through 4 (four) implementation models suggested in the implementation guidelines. The research objective is to see how far the implementation is in the schools. This research uses qualitative methods with documentation and interview study techniques. The school samples are 18 schools. The results of the study shows that: (1) only a view school put the maritime curriculum on their schools vision and mission, (2) all schools implement the curriculum as a context of subjects, (3) all schools implement the curriculum as an subject enrichment, (4) only one school implement as a local content subject, (5) a schools implement the curriculum as an extracurricular activities, and (6) all schools implement the curriculum as a school culture. Based on the findings, it can be concluded that we still have to make an effort so that the maritime curriculum can be implemented properly to achieve the national goals.
Keywords: curriculum, maritime, evaluation, implementation