• Ahmad Saifudin STAI Darussalam Nganjuk
  • M. Yusuf STAI Darussalam Nganjuk
Keywords: Paradigm, Philosophy, Islamic Education Management


The importance of Islamic-oriented Educational Science, where educational science discusses education based on the norms of Islamic teachings. It is not just a theory but also a description of existing theories. Indeed, many people argue that the higher a person's level of education, the higher the level of knowledge he has. Muslim intellectuals may not have time to contribute foundations and arguments that can strengthen the existence of Islamic religious knowledge. Moreover, it is impossible for Islamic religious knowledge to be studied clearly from other sciences, even more ironically it will provide legality and directly justify that it has been read in Islam. Philosophy and educational management both have a very close relationship, both in terms of theoretical and practical studies. The existence of educational theory is always based on the foundation of a certain philosophical system. The philosophy of education management provides a comprehensive and in-depth description and understanding of the object of the study area of ​​Islamic education management, both in the field of Islamic leadership management, as well as human resources, as well as the condition of public relations which is often referred to as public relations. Changes in education, curriculum management and institutional management of Islamic education, also cannot be missed, so the relationship between philosophy and management is dialogical-interactive in nature as a reflection of the formal object of philosophy, that Islamic education management activities require reflective and philosophical studies, how the nature of Islamic education management activities in general can be solid and independent study of scientific disciplines.

How to Cite
Saifudin, A., & Yusuf, M. (2022). PARADIGMA DAN LANDASAN FILSAFAT MANAJEMEN PENDIDIKAN ISLAM. Jurnal Pikir : Jurnal Studi Pendidikan Dan Hukum Islam, 8(2), 61-79. Retrieved from