Main Article Content
The integrity of a nation can be built through educational process both formally and informally, within family, school, and community. This article results from research that measures Indonesian students’ integrity in regular and religious-based public senior high schools on dimensions of honesty, responsibility, tolerance, and love for the homeland. This study found two findings through quantitative descriptive research methods with cross-tab analysis of instrument with a Guttman and Likert scale. First, there are differences in student’s integrity attending regular and religion-based public high schools in dimensions of honesty, responsibility, and tolerance. However, in the dimension of love for the homeland, integrity of the regular and religion-based senior high school students is same. Second, the integrity of high school students is influenced by supporting factors, both internal and external. At the same time, inhibiting factors for the formation of student integrity are influenced by the absence of public spaces in schools, rules and sanctions agreed upon by the community.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.