Dynamics of Equality Education Policy Pondok Pesantren Salafiyah in Kota Palu

  • Minan Nur
  • Sagaf S. Pettalongi
  • Ubadah Ubadah


In the past few decades, there were traditional of pondok pesantren have not received ligitimation from the government, so alumni who want to continue their education to a higher level choose to take the equality exam or equality exam recognized by the government in this case the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia. Along with the reputation of trust in the learning process and the dynamics of alumni quality, the government issued a product of legislation recognizing to the traditional of pondok pesantren. This research uses the theory of the process flow of policy setting agendas according to John W.Kingdon. Based on the theory that researchers use, the policy setting agenda process is influenced by three currents, namely problem flows, policy currents, and political currents. Based on the results of the agenda process analysis of the equality education policy setting of the Pondok Pesantren Salafiyah in Kota Palu, it shows the existence of constitutional legitimacy, so as to create integration of religious education with the national education system.

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