Financing Strategy for Modern Islamic Boarding School Al-Muwahidin Lelede in District Kediri, West Lombok

Salikin Salikin, Wildan Wildan, Joni Rokhmat


The purpose of this study is to describe the financing strategy of Modern Al-Muwahidin Lelede Islamic Boarding School in the administration of education. This type of research is a qualitative study with Grounded Theory. This research was conducted for six months starting from November to April 2019. The types of data in this study are primary data and secondary data. In this study the data was obtained by conducting several techniques or in the form of research instruments, namely observation, interviews and documentation, so as to obtain the information needed. Data collection techniques carried out by interview, observation, and documentation. The results showed that: 1) Education funding at the Modern Al-Muwahidin Lelede Foundation was sourced from the Government, private sector and entrepreneurial results. Funds coming from the government in the form of Operational Assistance Funds (BOS), Poor Student Assistance (BSM), DBO, and Special Allocation Funds (DAK), while funds from the private sector can be in the form of donations from parents of students and donations from donors, as well as Funds for entrepreneurship include, among others, the results of the business of eating and drinking santri, the results of the cooperative business of santri, the results of the mini market business and the results of the foundation's productive land processing. 2) The use of education funds is to finance eight education standards which include: content standards, process standards, graduate competency standards, teacher and education personnel standards, facilities and infrastructure standards, management standards, financing standards, and education assessment standards. 3) Accountability realization of the use of the budget carried out with an orderly administration, orderly targets, and orderly time. All forms of income and expenses are recorded in a cash book, accompanied by proof of payment and reported in accordance with applicable procedures.


Financing Strategy; Foundation; Modern Islamic Boarding School

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