Ulama training and modernizing Al-Washliyah Madrasah

Asari, Hasan (2019) Ulama training and modernizing Al-Washliyah Madrasah. Journal of Contemporary Islam and Muslim Societies, 3 (2). pp. 149-175. ISSN 2528-7435

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One of the marked steps in education modernization in independence Indonesia is the integration of madrasas intonational schooling system. This paper attempts to study how Al Washliyah Madrasah responds to this development and to what extent the policy has affected their vision in achieving the goal as an ‘ulama’ training institution. Founded in 1930, Al Jam’iyatul Washliyah established significant number of madrasas with a core mission of training future ‘ulamâ’ to fill the need of Muslim society. In order to achieve this mission Al Washliyah developed a curriculum that is made of 70% Islamic subjects and 30% general subjects, which made them delivering very well. The 1975 Joint Decree of Three Ministers (SKB 3 Menteri) gave Al Washliyah madrasa no choice but to adjust its curriculum. The author finds that with the new state-sponsored curriculum, Al Washliyah madrasa loses the ability to produce young generations of ‘ulamâ’. The 1990s witnessed the scarcity of ‘ulamâ’ and becoming more alarming ever since, nonetheless, viable strategy yet to be found to meet the challenge.

Jenis Item: Artikel
Uncontrolled Keywords: Al Washliyah, madrasah, ‘ulamâ’, Islamic education
Subjects: 2X7 FILSAFAT DAN PERKEMBANGANNYA > 2X7.2 Da’wah Islam > 2X7.21 Fungsionaris Da’wah, Wali, Ulama, Kiai, Da'i
2X7 FILSAFAT DAN PERKEMBANGANNYA > 2X7.3 Pendidikan Islam > 2X7.33 Tingkat stanawiyah dan ‘aliyah
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial > Sejarah Peradaban Islam
Pengguna yang mendeposit: Mrs. Dra. Retno Sayekti, MLIS.
Date Deposited: 11 Jun 2020 21:47
Last Modified: 11 Jun 2020 21:47
URI: http://repository.uinsu.ac.id/id/eprint/8860

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