Madrasa (Islamic school): A study of regional autonomy laws in era of globalization

Umi Kultsum, Muhammad Abrar Parinduri, Abdul Karim

Abstract


The research aims to determine the impact of the implementation of education policies on madrasa with the existence of regional autonomy in Serang and Pandeglang Regencies, Banten, Indonesia in terms of cultural aspects and educational management. This research uses the main source of the data is library and field research on the impacts arising from the implementation of the policy of the act on autonomy madrasa, through observation, observation, and interviews. Furthermore, the data is read, studied, and developed within the framework of the analysis of historical and ethnographic approach, because the author intends to explore the emergence of regional autonomy laws. While the ethnographic approach was used to identify the various activities and thoughts on the environment madrasa community both culturally and structurally. The results showed that there was no difference in curriculum between madrasa and schools under local government. The positive thing about regional autonomy is the emergence of superior madrasas, exemplary madrasas, regular and vocational madrasas. The negative aspect of the regional autonomy policy is the difficulty in improving the quality of madrasa institutions, funding, and education personnel. The explicit rules are needed regarding the understanding of discriminatory decentralization policies, especially in madrasa and other educational institutions.

Keywords


autonomy laws; globalization era; madrasa

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