ADMINISTRASI PENDIDIKAN MADRASAH DINIYAH DALAM PERSPEKTIF SISTEM PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL: STUDI TENTANG KELEMBAGAAN, KURIKULUM, DAN PENDIDIK
After the promulgation of the Law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 18 of 2019 concerning Pesantren (Pesantren Law) dated October 16, 2019 it became very interesting because this Law was passed but its implementation still requires legal instruments. Many writings about this publication have graced scientific journals, books, and other works publications. Of course the reasons for the interest are very diverse, but at least there is something that unites from that diversity, namely the Administration of madrasa diniyah which is quite significant in the arena of national education struggle. That is, talking about the history of Indonesian education becomes tasteless without talking about madrasa diniyah including talking about madrasa diniyyah administration. Without trying to exaggerate, the madrasa can be called diniyah is the pillar and pulse of Indonesian education.
The focus of this research is on the Administration of Madrasah Diniyah in the Perspective of the National Education System. Specifically, it will discuss two aspects, namely: organization, curriculum (content standards), educators (educator standards).
This research, including the type of qualitative research is literature study. Data collection is done through documentary methods. Data analysis was performed with descriptive qualitative analysis with reflective thinking techniques, namely: a combination of inductive and deductive ways of thinking.
Finally, it is concluded that: if it is examined from the perspective of the national education system, then the administration of madrasah diniyah institutions, the existence of the madrasah diniyah curriculum, the existence of madrasa diniyah educators, have not met the standards set in the national education system, and discussed about the legal umbrella accessed by madrasah diniyah increasingly influence, especially after the promulgation of Law No. 20 of 2003 and PP No. 55 of 2007.