Modern Islamic Boarding Schools: A review of The Philosophy of Islamic Education

Usiono Usiono


The rise of European nations with the spirit of modernism had an influence throughout the world, including Islamic education in Indonesia, namely Islamic boarding schools. The emergence of modern Islamic boarding schools is seen as an answer to the challenges of the times, so that Muslims no longer rely on the traditional education system. This research aims to review how the concept of modern Islamic boarding schools is reviewed by Islamic educational philosophy. The research method used is library research, namely research that examines books and manuscripts sourced from libraries. The results of this study show that there were differences in Islamic countries in anticipating the spirit of European modernism, one of which was the Ottoman Empire which continued to maintain the purity of madrasa education, and established a new school called the Rusydiyyyah school which was devoted to studying modern sciences from European nations.

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