Early Childhood Education Teachers’ Perception of the Integration of Anti-Corruption Education into Islamic Religious Education in Bawean Island Indonesia

Suyadi Suyadi, Sumaryati Sumaryati, Dwi Hastuti, Anip Dwi Saputro

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All religions in the world, including Islam, prohibit corruption and the likes. However, apart from the majority of Muslim population, many religious figures were found to be involved in corruption. A question arises about whether Islam has taken adequate prevention. Thus, the study aims to know the perception of teachers and students about the need to include anti-corruption education even if they have already had Islamic religious education. The research applied a qualitative descriptive method and took the settings of Islamic education institution, particularly early childhood education in Bawean Island Indonesia. The subject included all teachers of early childhood education, as many as 58 respondents, from 58 schools. The collected data were analyzed using Dev and Qayyum (2017) feedback technique. The results show that 71.3% of all teachers in Bawean had a positive perception of the importance of anti-corruption education, while the rest, 28.37%, had a negative impression. Therefore, it is necessary to align the understanding of the people before implementing the mentioned education. The results can be the reference for other researches that fail to reach the goal of anti-corruption education due to the different perception.

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Early childhood education; teachers’ perception; anti-corruption education; Islamic religious

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