Principle of Madrasah Head Management in Realizing Effective Madrasah





head management, effective madrasah, islamic eduation


The ability of the head of the Madrasah to realize effectiveness is closely related to the comparison between the level of achievement of goals and the plans that have been prepared before, or the comparison of tangible results with the planned results. The effectiveness of madrasah management, as well as the effectiveness of education in general, can be seen based on system theory and time dimensions. That is, the criteria for effectiveness must reflect the entire cycle of input-process-output, not only output or results and must reflect the relationship - reciprocity between management and the surrounding environment. Effective Madrasas are Islamic educational institutions that have curricula, strategies, effective teaching and learning and there are interactions with interested parties (students, teachers, parents, the environment and related officials) and produce reliable output.


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How to Cite

Mahmud, A. (2019). Principle of Madrasah Head Management in Realizing Effective Madrasah. International Conference of Moslem Society, 3, 218–228.