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Title: Beyond Indoctrination: Study of the juxtaposition of Madrasah Capacity in East Jakarta and Christian School in North Sulawesi
Authors: Achmad Syahid
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta dan STAKN Manado
Abstract: This study would like to further elaborate on how the character of religious education as a sub-system in the Indonesian national education system. Within the sub-system of religious education, two of them are madrasah as an Islamic educational institution and Christian schools. Both of madrasah and Christian schools, are presumably more emphasize on indoctrination in their teaching and learning than religious pluralism, strengthening rationality, and strong autonomy in managing their educational environment. It is important to see whether in both institutions provide a learning environment that enables students to study intense, stimulated, connected and cheerful. Sources of data in this study are curriculum management, supervision of learning and ecosystem development in madrasah and Christian schools. The profiles of the two comparable institutions on the implementation of current government policy issues, such as: 21st century education, Indonesia National Qualification Framework (Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia [KKNI]), duration of school (full day school or not), Strengthening of Character Education (Pengembangan Pendidikan Karakter [PPK]) and literacy will be highlighted, too. This study compares the capacity of two religious education institutions - in Madrasah Tsanawiyah (MTs) under the Foundation of Pondok Karya Pembangunan in East Jakarta with Christian Junior High School under the Foundation of Eben Haezer, Manado, North Sulawesi. This ethnographic study used mixed methods: a qualitative approach, with the support of quantitative approach. The data collection method was done by fieldwork in both of schools. The data were also supplemented through semi-structured interviews with teachers, employees, and principals; content analysis of the profile of each school, as well as the textbooks used by teachers and students. Accreditation status in both schools is also important to see the quality of comparable religious education institutions and to determine the factors that influence the quality of madrasah and Christian schools on the successful cultivation of student competencies. The results of this study will be discussed later.
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