MANAGEMENT OF ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE 4.0 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

  • HUSNI HUSNI Darussalam Institute for Islamic Studies (IAID), Ciamis, Jawa Barat, INDONESIA
  • YOSEP FARHAN DAFIK Darussalam Institute for Islamic Studies (IAID), Ciamis, Jawa Barat, INDONESIA

Abstract

As a member of the WTO, Indonesia certainly cannot avoid various trade liberalization agreements, including trade in education services. This hasty decision is regrettable considering the current condition of national education is still bad. Educational liberalization decisions are set in the middle of high rates of illiteracy and school dropouts in Indonesia. Under these conditions, in line with the WTO-style economic logic, education will only become commercial goods far from fulfilling the people’s constitutional rights to quality and quality education by the state.

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Published
2018-10-13
How to Cite
HUSNI, H., & DAFIK, Y. (2018). MANAGEMENT OF ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE 4.0 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. International Journal of Educational Studies, 15(2). Retrieved from http://fssh-journal.org/index.php/es/article/view/52