Government Politics In Building Islamic Education Policy In Madrasah According To Choirul Mahfud In Islamic Education Political Book

Tri Rahayu Puji Lestari, Noor Amiruddin, Muyasaroh Muyasaroh
2021 Journal Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik Engineering, Social Science, and Health International Conference (UMGESHIC)  
Madrasas are Islamic Educational Institutions recognized by the Government and their policies are regulated by law. Even so, in reality there are still many problems related to the politicization of teachers and discrimination due to the dichotomy of Madrasah institutions. This research is useful in knowing the political role of the government in developing Islamic education policies and knowing Islamic education policies in Madrasas according to Choirul Mahfud's perspective, so that solutions
more » ... an be found regarding problems in Madrasas. This research method is a qualitative study of literature (Library Research) from a book by Choirul Mahfud entitled Politics of Islamic Education and at the same time becomes the main reference source. The author also takes from other sources such as journals, theses, books, internet, or other sources. The data analysis technique used descriptive analysis and documentation methods. The results of this study are the Government's role in developing Islamic education policies can be seen from the formation of regulations, such as: BPKNIP Session 28 December 1945, Three Ministerial Decrees, National Education System Law no. 20 of 2003, and PP No. 55 of 2007. The concept of community-based education is an alternative solution to solving various educational problems by establishing the Board of Trustees, BP3, and the Education Foundation. In addition, Minister of Education and Culture Mr. Nadiem Makarim said that, the opening of the selection for the PPPK program is an effort by the government to provide justice to honorary teachers, so that honorary teachers are expected to receive proper welfare.
doi:10.30587/umgeshic.v1i2.3376 fatcat:kbs23dmkdbbubpk6o6pqupqdti