Covert Sarong Culture Education policy
Initial Idea Of Education Integration Policy Through The Qur'anic Read-Write Program in Pasuruan Regency of Indonesia
The policy in the governance of Islamic education in Indonesia between the Ministry of Education and Culture which is decentralized and the Ministry of religious which is centralized impact on the quality, service, and support is also different. Islamic Educational institutions managed by the Ministry of Religious Affairs although in each region have grown rapidly, but the local government tends not to support the full in Islamic education services because it is not their obligation. This study uses qualitative research methods with political research approaches in institutional perspectives. Sources of research are taken from education policymakers and stakeholders in Pasuruan Regency. Data collection is using document review, observation, and in-depth interviews. Data analysis is using interactive models A. Michael Huberman and Mattew B. Miles. Check data validation is through transferability, dependability, and confirmability.This article will reveal the efforts of the Pasuruan Regency Government to integrate the education governance in the Quranic read-write program. The results of this research showed that with regional autonomy, the government of Pasuruan Regency initiated the education policy "covert sarong culture" by forming the Sub-Office of PERGURAG, under the auspices of the Education Office and Culture, as a part of policy at the local level to support the Ministry of Religion in conducting service efforts and improving the quality of Islamic education in Pasuruan regency. As well as implementing the Qur'an write read Program for all types and levels of primary and secondary level in Pasuruan Regency, East Java, Indonesia
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