MANAJEMEN KURIKULUM: Sebuah Kajian Teoritis

  • Ibrahim Nasbi UIN Alauddin Makassar


Curriculum management is a system of curriculum management that is cooperative, comprehensive, systemic, and systematic in order to realize the achievement of curriculum objectives. A good curriculum is a curriculum that follows the development of science and technology based on society.

The management of a curriculum determines success and failure in education. Therefore, the responsibility of educational institutions and all education stakeholders should have the same vision in planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating a curriculum.


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