Ibnu Hasan, Umiarso Umiarso


Developing a humanistically egalitarian variety of perspectives on the relationship between men and women based on the educational system is necessary. Consequently, educational institutions can create an education system with human values. This study focuses on the efforts of Muhammadiyah educational institutions (SMA Muhammadiyah Boarding School Cilongok Banyumas, Madrasah Mualimin Mualimat Muhammadiyah Purwokerto, SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Malang, and MA Muhammadiyah 1 Malang) to establish an egalitarian educational pattern. The Muhammadiyah education system is interpreted using a qualitative phenomenological approach with a gender perspective to promote humanist, moderate, and egalitarian diversity. This study discovered that efforts to comprehend the Koran and al-Hadith regarding egalitarian relationships between men and women could not be separated from the orientation of Muhammadiyah's educational institution as a religious renewal movement. This effort produces a humanist- egalitarian education based on integrative values between the empirical dimension (verse kauniyyah) and the revelations of the Qur'an and al-Hadith (verse qauliyyah), which are dialogued to foster human religious potential that is non-discriminatory. Based on theological values, the axiological dimension of education creates a proportional attitude in the relationship between men and women. This is referred to as gender-religious equality.


education, institution, gender, egalitarian

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