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Authors : Dr. dr Myrnawati Crie Handini, MS, Dr. Elindra Yetti, M.Pd, Idahatsu, SP.

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 Volume 3 Issue 12

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of teaching and academic qualifications on the professional competence of Early childhood education teachers in the district Bekasi. The method used in the case study in this study is the ex-post facto quantitative research conducted in Bekasi District with the respondents being teachers in 574 Early childhood education teacher institutions with TK / RA programs and Play Groups in 23 sub-districts throughout Bekasi Regency. The sample from this study is 10% of the population, which is 60 people. The results of this study state that the fifth hypothesis proves that overall there are significant differences in professional competencies between teachers who have low teaching time and academic qualifications for early childhood education teacher majors with teachers who are academically qualified in Nonearly childhood education majors. This also proves that the teacher’s academic qualifications actively provide a better influence on teacher professional competence when compared to the academic qualifications of Non-early childhood education majors who have low teaching time.
Keywords:- Academic Qualifications, Length of Teaching, Professional and Ex Post Facto Research.