The Policy of Islamic Education in in Non-Religious Schools and Higher Education Institutions

International Conference of Moslem Society

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Title The Policy of Islamic Education in in Non-Religious Schools and Higher Education Institutions
Creator Rahman Afandi; State Institute on Islamic Studies Purwokerto
Subject policy, religious education, school, higher education, Indonesia, problem, solution
Description Educational problems always arise endless people discussion, because they concerns human problems in giving the appropriate meaning and direction to their existence. Education is a guidance done consciously by educators on the physical and spiritual development of learners towards the formation of the main personality. The formation of the main personality can not be separated from the role of religious education. Therefore, religious education occupies an important position within the scope of the national education system. Until now, however, Islamic Education still faces various problems in more complex aspects, namely the dichotomy of education, curriculum, goals, resources, and management of Islamic education. Improvement efforts have been done but not yet fundamentally that seems to be unserious. The efforts for Islamic education improvement is often partial and not comprehensive, and most of Islamic education systems and institutions have not been managed professionally.Based on the above problems, it is necessary to apply two approaches to overcome the weakness of Islamic education policy  in schools, i.e. the policy advocacy approach, and the Islamic education curriculum development approach. Thus, Islamic Education can be the basis for the formation of the character or personality of the graduates of Indonesian education institutions in accordance with the religion they embrace.
Publisher International Conference of Moslem Society
Date 2018-07-26 14:07:44
Type Peer-reviewed Paper
Source International Conference of Moslem Society; April 23, 2018
Language en
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