Journal of Social Work and Science Education <p><a href=""><img src="" alt="" width="414" height="550" /></a></p> <p>The <strong>Journal of Social Work and Science Education </strong>(JSWSE) is firmly established as an authoritative voice in the world of social work and science education with <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">E-ISSN: 2723-6919</a> and <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">P-ISSN 2746-0827</a>. JSWSE publishes scholarly papers that focus on the social science, teaching and learning, science in school settings ranging from early childhood to university education. It bridges the gap between research and practice, providing information, ideas and opinion. As a truly international journal, JSWSE welcomes contributions from any country provided that the authors explain their local contexts and demonstrate the significance of their work for a global readership. Special emphasis is placed on applicable research relevant to social sciences, educational practice, educational realities in systems, schools, colleges and universities. JSWSE is concerned with social science and science education but also welcomes manuscripts on the integration of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) or, geography, and the arts. It is published by Yayasan Karinosseff Muda Indonesia and it will regularly be published three times a year, in April, August, and December.</p> Yayasan Karinosseff Muda Indonesia en-US Journal of Social Work and Science Education 2746-0827 The Role and Management of School Public Health <p>The purpose of the research was to identify an explanation of the role and management of School Public Health (UKS) in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Negeri (MIN) 2 Bengkulu City. This research uses descriptive qualitative research principles. Data were collected through observation, question and answer methods, and archiving studies. The review method is collected through the process of reducing data, presenting data, and drawing final results. Based on research, it was revealed that the UKS conditions in the MIN 2 environment were classified as good, especially before the UKS pandemic played a very important role because every sick child or the surrounding community and teachers at MIN 2 immediately received help or received assistance if they were sick or had other complaints. However, in government policy based on the Covid-19 condition, the UKS management was stopped based on the results of interviews from the Principal, Teacher Staff, UKS Main Manager and Students and Students at MIN 2.</p> Sukatin Sukatin Nova Asvio Oci Mulia Sari Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Social Work and Science Education 2022-09-07 2022-09-07 3 3 179 189 10.52690/jswse.v3i3.295