The Effectiveness of the Community Learning Center Program for School Dropouts on the Development of Akidah Akhlak in Morowali Regency (Case Study of PKBM Ulumul Qur'an Ungkaya Morowali)
AbstractResearch with the formulation of the problem, namely the implementation of the Ulumul Quran Community Learning Center Program for School Dropouts in Morowali Regency. Case study type qualitative research, using interview guideline instruments and documentation tools to collect data on primary and secondary data sources which are processed and analyzed with the miles and Huberman model through three steps, namely data reduction, data presentation, and data conclusions. The results of the research are described, namely non-formal education plays a very important role in developing the quality of human resources, especially in this increasingly globalized era. To improve the effectiveness of the Community Learning Activity Center (PKBM), it is highly expected that there is a good organizer both in terms of managers, learning citizens, and matters related to PKBM.
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