Identification of Best Education Management Practices to Improve Learning Outcomes of Muslim Youth Adapting to 21st Century Competition
(1) * M. Syukri Azwar Lubis   (Early Childhood Islamic Education Department, Universitas Al Washliyah Medan, North Sumatra)
(2)  Antono Damayanto   (Civil Engineering Department, Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani, Cimahi, West Java)
(3)  B.M.A.S. Anaconda Bangkara   (Civil Engineering Department, President University, Cikarang Bekasi, West Java)
(4)  M. Anton Fatoni   (Management Department,Universitas Tama Jagakarsa, Jakarta)
(5)  Herlan Suherlan   (Tourism Destination Management Department, Politeknik Pariwisata National Hotel Institute Bandung, West Java)
(*) Corresponding Author
This study examines the best educational management in the era of information technology, known as the 21st century. This study is qualitative research. Madrasahs in Sambas Regency and as primary data are principals and students. Meanwhile, secondary data consists of articles, books, and other supporting documents in this research. The findings of this study indicate that the best practice model to achieve effective and productive educational goals starts with effective schools, management, strong leadership, clear vision, ability to create a good learning climate, has a student monitoring mechanism, progress to have expectations, high level, supported by resource teachers and also involving the community. The results of this study can later contribute to education in Indonesia in general.
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