Regulation Of The Minister Of Religious Affairs Number 90 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Agama Nomor 90 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1382, 2013 the MINISTRY of religion. Madrasah Education. Formal Education.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 90 2013 ABOUT ORGANIZING EDUCATION MADRASA with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MINISTER of RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in an effort to improve access, quality, and competitiveness, as well as the relevance of madrasah education need to regulate the Organization of the madrasah education;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set Rules about Conducting Religious Education Minister Madrasah;
Remember: 1. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4301);
2. Act No. 14 of 2005 about the teachers and professors (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 157 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4586);
3. Government Regulation number 19 in 2005 about education standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4496) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 32 2013 about changes to the Government Regulation number 19 in 2005 about education standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 71 by 2013, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5410);
4. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2007 about religious education and Religious Education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 124 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7965);
5. Government Regulation Number 47 in 2008 about Compulsory basic education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4863);
6. Government Regulation Number 48 in 2008 about funding education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 91 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4864);
7. Government Regulation Number 74 in 2008 about the teacher (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 194 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4941);
8. Government Regulation number 17 in 2010 about the management and organization of education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5105) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 66 in 2010 about changes to the Government Regulation number 17 in 2010 about the management and organization of education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5157);
9. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries, as it has been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011 about the third Change of top presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries;
10. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011 about the second amendment Above presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries;
11. Minister of religious affairs Regulation No. 10 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of religion (News of the Republic of Indonesia year 2010 Number 592) as amended twice with regulation of the Minister of religion number 80 by 2013 about changes to the regulation of the Minister of religious affairs number 10 in 2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of religion (News of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2013 Number 1202);
12. Regulation of the Minister of religious affairs number 2 in 2012 about Madrasah Supervisor and supervisor of Islamic Education in schools (News of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 206) as amended by regulation of the Minister of religious affairs 31 2013 Number of changes to the regulation of the Minister of religious affairs number 2 in 2012 about Madrasah Supervisor and supervisor of Islamic Education in schools (News of the Republic of Indonesia by 2013 the number 684);
13. the regulation of the Minister of religious affairs number 13 year 2012 about the Organization and the Work of agencies of the Ministry of Religion Vertical (Republic Indonesia in 2012 the number 851);
Decide: define: REGULATION of MINISTER of RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS of the ORGANIZATION of the EDUCATION of MADRASA.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Conducting of Educational activity is implementation of the components of the Madrasah system of education in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah, Raudhatul Athfal, Mts, Madrasah Aliyah, and Mak so that the educational process can take place in accordance with the national education goals.
2. Madarsa is a unit of formal education in the construction of religious Ministers who held a general education and vocational distinctiveness with the religion of Islam which include Madrasah Ibtidaiyah, Raudhatul Athfal, Mts, Madrasah Aliyah, and Mak.
3. Raudhatul Athfal hereinafter abbreviated as RA is one form of early childhood education unit on the formal education that organizes educational programs with the peculiarities of Islamic religion for children four (4) years up to 6 (six) years.
Madrasah Ibtidaiyah 4. hereinafter abbreviated MI is a formal education unit organises public education with the idiosyncrasies of the Islamic religion which consists of 6 (six) levels at the level of basic education.
5. Mts hereinafter abbreviated to MTs is a formal education unit organises public education with the idiosyncrasies of the Islamic religion which consists of three (3) levels on the level of basic education as a continuation of the Basic School, MI, or other forms of equal, similar or equivalent recognized primary or MI.
6. the Madrasah Aliyah hereinafter abbreviated MA is a formal education unit organises public education with the idiosyncrasies of the Islamic religion on the level of secondary education as a continuation of the first secondary school, MTs, or other forms of equal, similar or equivalent recognized middle school or MTS.
7. Mak hereinafter abbreviated MAK is a formal education unit organises vocational education with the idiosyncrasies of the Islamic religion on the level of secondary education as a continuation of the first secondary school, MTs, or other forms of equal, similar or equivalent recognized middle school or MTS.
8. National Education Standards are minimum criteria of the education system in all regions of the Republic of Indonesia Unity State law.
9. Curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements concerning the objectives, content, and materials, as well as ways that are used as guidelines for learning activities to achieve specific educational goals.
10. The teacher is a professional educator with the main task of educating, teaching, guiding, directing, train, assess, and evaluate learners on RA, MI, MA, MTs, and MAK.
11. The accreditation of the madrasa is an activity assessment to determine the feasibility of RA, MI, MA, MTs, and MAK based on predetermined criteria.
12. The Ministry is the Ministry of religion.
13. the Minister is the Minister of religious affairs.
14. the Director-General is the Director General of Islamic education.
15. the regional office is the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion.
16. The Office of the Ministry of religion is the Religious Ministry Office district/city.
CHAPTER II LEVEL and the SHAPE of the article 2 of the madrasah Education Level consists of: a. early childhood education;
b. primary education; and c.  secondary education.
Article 3 (1) early childhood education as stipulated in article 2 letter a, RA.
(2) basic education referred to in article 2, letter b-shaped NOODLES and MTs.
(3) secondary education as stipulated in article 2 letter c, MA and MAK.
Article 4 RA has a learning program one (1) or two (2) years.

Article 5 (1) MI consists of 6 (six) grade levels, namely class 1 (one), class 2 (two), class 3 (three), class 4 (four), 5 (five), and class 6 (six).
(2) the MTs comprises three (3) grade levels i.e. grade 7 (seven), 8 (eight), and grade 9 (nine).
Article 6 (1) MA consists of three (3) grade levels i.e. classes 10 (ten), 11 (eleven), and grade 12 (twelve).
(2) MAK can consist of three (3) grade levels i.e. classes 10 (ten), 11 (eleven), and grade 12 (twelve), or consist of four (4) grade levels i.e. classes 10 (ten), 11 (eleven), class 12 (twelve), and 13 (thirteen) in accordance with the demands of vocational competence required of the workforce.
CHAPTER III the ESTABLISHMENT of Part One General article 7 Madrasah Education organized by the Government or society.

Article 8 (1) the founding of madrassa that was held by the Government established by the Minister.
(2) establishment of the madrasa is organized by the community carried out by the head of the Regional Office on behalf of the Minister in the form of granting permission.
(3) the operational Permit referred to in subsection (2), granted on the basis of the feasibility of the establishment which includes aspects of the needs of the community.
The second part of the requirements of article 9 (1) the founding of madrassa that was held by the Government must meet national standards of education.

(2) establishment of the madrasa is organized by the community as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2), must meet the requirements of an administrative, technical requirements, and eligibility requirements of the establishment.
(3) Administrative Requirements as referred to in paragraph (2), at least include the following: a. education providers is the organization body of law;
b. have the organizational structure, the Statutes/Bylaws (Bylaw), and administrator;
c. recommendations of the head of the Office of the Ministry of religion; and d. have the ability to finance the holding of education at least up to 1 (one) in the next lesson.
(4) the technical requirements referred to in subsection (2), including the readiness of the implementation of the curriculum, the number of learners, the number and the qualifications of educators and educational personnel and infrastructure of education, financing of education, plan the learning process, the system of evaluation of learning and educational programs, as well as the Organization and management of madrasah.
(5) the eligibility Requirements of the establishment referred to in subsection (2), include the following aspects: a. spatial, geographical, ecological, and;
b. prospects for applicants;
c. social and cultural; as well as d.  demographics of school age children with the availability of formal educational institutions.
(6) the provisions on administrative requirements, technical requirements, and eligibility requirements of the establishment referred to in paragraph (3) to paragraph (5), established by the Director General.
The third part of the naming of the madrasa of article 10 (1) the name of the madrasa which was held by the Government are written the names of the units of education followed by the name of kabupaten/kota.
(2) in terms of the number of the madrasa is organized by the Government for each educational unit more than one name madrasah, madrasah, as referred to in paragraph (1), written by adding the sort of establishment number followed by the name of kabupaten/kota.
(3) use of the name madrasah, organized by the Government with the special terms set out by the Minister.
Article 11 (1) name madrasah organized by the society are written the names of the units of education followed by the name defined by the concerned education providers.
(2) behind the name defined by the concerned education providers as referred to in paragraph (1), followed by the name of kabupaten/kota.
CHAPTER IV LEARNERS Raudlatul Athfal Considered Part of article 12 learners RA aged four (4) years up to 6 (six) years.

Article 13 (1) the acceptance of the learners on the RA was conducted in a fair, objective, transparent, and accountable.
(2) the education unit of RA can accept transfer students from kindergarten or another form of equal.
The second part of the Madrasah Ibtidaiyah articles 14 (1) students at the lowest age of MI 6 (six) years.
(2) exceptions to the provision in paragraph (1), may be made on the recommendation of psychologists.
(3) in case there is no psychologist, recommendations may be made by the Board of teacher education unit in question.
(4) compulsory MI received citizen aged 7 (seven) years up to 12 (twelve) years as learners in accordance with the amount of power tampungnya.
(5) Acceptance learners class 1 (one) does not require the ability to read, write, and count the would-be learners.
(6) providing access for mandatory MI learners in need special.
Article 15 (1) the acceptance of the learners on the MI is done in a fair, objective, transparent, and accountable.
(2) the NOODLES can accept students transfer from primary school/Program Package A or other forms of equal.
The third part Ment of article 16 (1) the students grade 7 (seven) MTs compulsory: a. graduated and have a diploma MI/elementary school (ELEMENTARY)/Sekolah Outstanding Basic (SDLB)/Program A Package or other forms of equal;
b. have a National examination results Certificate (LEGALIZED SKHUN) SD/MI/SDLB/Package A or other forms of equal; and c.  best high old 18 (eighteen) years of age at the start of a new lesson.
(2) obligatory receive MTs citizens aged 13 (thirteen) years up to 15 (fifteen) years as learners in accordance with the amount of power tampungnya.
(3) compulsory MTs provides access for students in need.
Article 17 (1) the acceptance of the learners on MTs done in a fair, objective, transparent, and accountable.
(2) the MTs can accept transfer students from middle school (JUNIOR HIGH)/Program Package B or other forms of equal.
The fourth part of the Madrasah Aliyah and Mak Article 18 (1) the students grade 10 (ten) MA/MAK compulsory: a. pass and has a diploma in MTs/JUNIOR HIGH/middle school Outstanding (SMPLB)/Program Package B or other forms of equal;
b. have a National examination results Certificate (LEGALIZED SKHUN) SMP/MTs/SMPLB/Package B or other forms of equal; and c.  best high old 21 (twenty one) years old at the beginning of the year a new lesson.
(2) students on the MA and MAK should be completed his education at MTs/SMP/SMPLB/Package B or other forms of equal.
(3) MA or MAK is obligated to provide access for students in need.
Article 19 (1) the acceptance of students on the MA and MAK is done in a fair, objective, transparent, and accountable.
(2) MA and MAK can accept transfer students from MTs/SMP/SMPLB/Package B or other forms of equal.
Article 20 (1) new learners Transfer between madrasa or school within one district/city, County/city in one province, or between provinces was carried out on the basis of the consent of the head of school/madrasah origin and principal of madrasah/destination school and reported to the Head Office of the Ministry of religion and education Affairs organized the service at the kabupaten/kota of its suit.
(2) transfer of new learners of foreign education unit to the madrasa, can be carried out after obtaining the approval of the Director General, the Director General of basic education of the Ministry of education and culture or the Director General of secondary education Ministry of education and culture of its suit.
Article 21 the provisions more about learners on RA, MI, MTs, and MA/MAK established by the Director General.

Chapter V the CURRICULUM section 22 Every madrassa is obligated to carry out the curriculum set by the Government.

Article 23 contains the RA Curriculum development program of moral and religious values, motor, cognitive, language, social-emotional, and art.

Article 24 (1) the structure of the curriculum of the MI consists of: a. the charge of religious education;
b. citizenship education;
c. language;
d. mathematics;
e. natural sciences;
f. social science;
g. arts and culture;
h. physical education and sport;
i./vocational skills; and j.   local content.
(2) the charge referred to in subsection (1), can be organized in one or more subjects in accordance with the needs of the education and the education programs unit.
(3) further Provisions concerning the structure of the curriculum as stated on MI subsection (1) and paragraph (2), established by the Director General.
Article 25 (1) of the curriculum structure of MTs consists of: a. the charge of religious education;
b. citizenship education;
c. language;
d. mathematics;
e. natural sciences;
f. social science;
g. arts and culture;
h. physical education and sport;
i./vocational skills; and j.   local content.
(2) the charge referred to in paragraph sebagaiman (1), can be organized in one or more subjects in accordance with the needs of the education and the education programs unit.
(3) further Provisions regarding the curriculum structure of MTs as mentioned on paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), established by the Director General.
Article 26 (1) charge the MA curriculum grade 10 who apply the 2004 curriculum consists of: a. the Islamic religious education that consists of an ’ al-Qur'an the Hadith, creed akhlaq, Fiqh, Islamic culture and history;
b. citizenship education;
c. the language of Indonesia;
d. the Arabic language;
e. language of United Kingdom;
f. of mathematics;
g. physics;
h. Biology;
i. chemical;
j. history;
k. geography;
b.   the economy;
d. sociology;
n. art and culture;
o. physical education, sport, and health;
p. information and communication technology;
q. the skills/foreign language; and j.   local content.
(2) in addition on MA-shaped courses that facilitate the learning needs and competencies required learners to continue their education at a higher education level.
(3) a course referred to in subsection (2), consisting of: a. natural science courses;
b. social science courses;
c. language courses;
d. religious studies program; and e.  other courses required of the community.
(4) provision of more about addition and courses referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), established by the Director General.
Article 27 (1) Addition at the MAK-shaped field of study skills.
(2) any area of study skills as referred to in paragraph (1), can be composed of one (1) or more courses of expertise.
(3) any program of study skills as referred to in paragraph (2), can be composed of one (1) or more competency expertise.
(4) the study of expertise referred to in paragraph (1), consisting of: a. the study of engineering and technological expertise;
b. health expertise field of study;
c. the expertise field of study arts, crafts, and tourism;
d. field of study information and communication technology skills;
e. majors in agribusiness skills and Agrotechnology;

f. to study business and management expertise; and g.  the study of other skills needed in society.
(5) the provision of more about addition referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (4), established by the Director General.
Article 28 (1) MA Curriculum consists of: a. a public charge;
b. the academic peminatan the charges; and c.  charge choice of cross-interest or deepening of interest.
(2) the curriculum of MAK consists of: a. a public charge;
b. the academic peminatan the charges;
c. vocational peminatan charge; and d.  charge choice of cross-interest or deepening of interest.
(3) public Charge referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. religious education;
b. citizenship education;
c. language;
d. mathematics;
e. natural sciences;
f. social science;
g. arts and culture;
h. physical education and sport;
i./vocational skills; and j.   local content.
(4) public Charge referred to in paragraph (3), can be organized in one or more subjects in accordance with the needs of the education and the education programs unit.
(5) academic peminatan on MA Charge referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, consisting of: a. mathematics and natural science;
b. Social Sciences;
c. language and culture; or d.   religious.
(6) on Charge of vocational peminatan MAK as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, consisting of: a. technology and engineering;
b. health;
c. arts, crafts, and tourism;
d. information and communication technology;
e. sustainability and Agrotechnology;
f. business and management;
g. fisheries and marine; or h.  peminatan other necessary community.
(7) further Provisions regarding academic and cross charge charge interest or a deepening interest in MA as well as vocational and peminatan charge option of cross-interest or a deepening interest in MAK referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), established by the Director General.
Article 29 (1) the subjects of religious education as stipulated in article Article 28 paragraph (3) letter a, developed into four (4) subjects, namely: a. al-Qur'an ’ an Hadith;
b. creed-morals;
c. jurisprudence; and d.  history of Islamic culture.
(2) language subjects as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (3) of the letters c, developed into three subjects, namely: a. the language of Indonesia;
b. language of United Kingdom; and c.  the Arabic language.
(3) the curriculum of subjects referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), set by the Minister.
CHAPTER VI TEACHER article 30 (1), Madrasa Teachers must have a qualified public, academic qualification, and competence in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) common qualification standards as referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. the faithful and devoted to God Almighty;
b. noble character; and c.   healthy physical and spiritual.
(3) in addition to the common qualification standards as referred to in paragraph (2), teachers of subjects al-Qur'an ’ an Hadith, Fiqh, moral creed, history of Islamic culture, Arabic language, subjects and other Islamic religious education compulsory religion of Islam.
(4) Academic Qualifications as referred to in paragraph (1), is the minimum level of education that must be met by an educator as evidenced by diplomas and/or certificates relevant expertise in accordance with the legislation.
(4) the competence referred to in paragraph (1), it is the competency of teachers as agents of learning on the level of early childhood education, elementary education, and secondary education which includes: a. pedagogic Competence;
b. competence of personality;
c. Professional Competence; and d.  Social competence.
(5) in addition to the competence referred to in paragraph (4), teachers of subjects al-Qur'an ’ an Hadith, Fiqh, moral creed, history of Islamic culture, Arabic language, subjects and other Islamic religious education compulsory have competency read write al-Qur'an ’ 's.
Article 31 (1), madrasa Teachers held by the Government are appointed by the Minister.
(2) the madrasah Teachers organized by the society appointed by the organizer of the madrasa.
Article 32 (1), madrasa Teachers organized by the Government as stipulated in article 31, paragraph (1) may be given additional duties as the head of madrassa or madrasah supervisor.
(2) the provisions concerning the assignment of teachers as the head of the madrasa and overseer of the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Minister.
Article 33 (1) any compulsory RA provides one (1) teachers for any groups of study.
(2) any compulsory MI provides one (1) teachers for any groups of study.
(3) in addition to one (1) teachers for any groups of study referred to in paragraph (2), each MI is obligated to have at least 1 (one) teachers of Islamic religious education subjects and one (1) person subjects teachers of physical education and sports.
Article 34 (1) any MTs, MA, and MAK mandatory provides one (1) teachers for each subject.
(2) for specialized areas and subjects of Islamic education, each MTs, MA, and MAK can provide one (1) person teacher to each clump of subjects.
(3) in addition to providing teachers referred to in subsection (1), MAK has mandatory fields in accordance with the vocational instructor hosted.
Article 35 (1) any madrasa which implement inclusive education required to have educators who have the competence to organise learning for learners with special needs.
(2) guidelines on the implementation of inclusive education as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
Article 36 madrasah Teachers appointed by the Government can be assigned at the madrasa which was held by the public.

CHAPTER VII EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL Article 37 (1) of produce educators at the madrassa consists of: a. the leadership of madrasah;
b. the library workforce;
c. power lab;
d. administrative power;
e. the power guidance and counselling;
f. personnel hygiene; and g.  energy security.
(2) Director of madrasah as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, consisting of: a. head madrasah; and b.  Deputy Head of the madrasa.
(3) in addition to the educational power referred to in subsection (1), madrasa that has a dorm student or ma ’ had power can lift student dormitory Manager or Manager ma ’ had.
Article 38 (1) of produce educators on: a. the RA at least have a head of the madrasa and labor hygiene;
b. MI at least has the head of a madrasah, library personnel, administrative personnel, and janitorial personnel; and c. MTs, MA, and MAK at least have a head, Deputy Head of the madrasa, madrasa library personnel, laboratory personnel, administrative personnel, guidance and counselling personnel, and personnel hygiene.
(2) the Deputy Head of the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, at least 1 (one) person and at most four (4) people.
(3) in case of the madrasa doesn't have the power guidance and counselling referred to in subsection (1) Letter c, head of madrassa teacher who has commissioned the can's competence in the field of guidance and counselling.
Article 39 (1) of produce educators on a madrasa which was held by the Government are appointed by the Minister.
(2) in terms of produce educators is not available to be appointed by the Minister referred to in subsection (1), madrasa can leverage existing educational personnel is not fixed.
(3) Educational Personnel at the madrasa is organized by people appointed by the organizer of the madrasa.
CHAPTER VIII INFRASTRUCTURE article 40 (1) every madrassa is obligated to have the means which include furniture, equipment, education, media education, textbooks and other learning resources, consumables, as well as other supplies required to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner.
(2) every madrassa is obligated to have the infrastructure that includes land, classrooms, the space command of the madrasa, educators, administrative spaces, a library, laboratories, cafeteria space, power and installation services, gym, playgrounds, places of worship, a place of coding, and space/place other necessary to support the learning process an orderly and sustainable manner.
(3) in addition to the infrastructure as mentioned in subsection (2), MAK has a compulsory unit of production.
(4) the standard infrastructure madrasa as mentioned on paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), based on the national standards of education (SNP).
CHAPTER IX MANAGEMENT Part One General Article 41 (1) the management of madrasah is done by applying a madrasa-based management is implemented with the principle of Justice, self-reliance, partnerships and participation, nonprofit, efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability.
(2) the management of madrasah was held by the Government is carried out by the Government.
(3) the management of madrasah organized by the community carried out by the institution/organization incorporated legal education providers.
Article 42 of the construction management of the madrasa is organized by the Government and organized by the community carried out by the Minister.

Article 43 the head of the madrasa is responsible management education in madrasahs.

Article 44 (1) every madrassa is managed on the basis of an annual work plan is a detailed elaboration of the medium term work plan madrasa for four (4) years.
(2) the annual work plan referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the educational calendar that includes a table of learning, Deuteronomy, examinations, extra-curricular activities, and holidays;
b. outline of lessons per semester;

c. assignment of educators on subjects and other activities;
d. timetable for preparing the curriculum unit level education;
e. selection and determination of the textbook lessons that are used for each subject;
f. outline of use and maintenance of facilities and infrastructure of learning;
g. procurement, use, and minimal inventory of goods consumables;
h. educational enhancement programs, and produce educators which includes at least the type, duration, participants, and organizers of the program;
i. table of Board meetings, meetings of consultation of teachers madrasa with parents/guardians, students and meeting with madrasa madrasah Committee;
j. plan of budget income and expenditure the madrasa for working period of 1 (one) year; and k.  outline the preparation of financial statements and reports of the performance of the madrasa for 1 (one) year.
(3) a work plan of the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), must be approved by a meeting of the Board of teachers.
(4) the Committee may provide input madrasah and consideration in the preparation of the work plan of the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2).
Article 45 (1) every madrassa is obligated to have guidelines which set about: a. the organization structure;
b. the Division the task of educators;
c. apportionment of tasks produce educators;
d. education and unit level curriculum syllabus;
e. education calendar contains all the programs and activities of the madrasa for 1 (one) year of the lessons outlined in semiannual, monthly, and weekly;
f. academic rules;
g. conduct educational personnel, educators, and learners;
h. rules of use and maintenance of facilities and infrastructure;
i. code of ethics relations between fellow citizens of the madrasa and the relationship between the citizens of the madrasa and the community; and j.   operational costs.
(2) the provisions of the guidelines regarding the management of madrasah as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
The second part of article 46 Madrasah Committee (1), madrasa Committee composed of representatives of the elderly learners, religious/community, and education.
(2) the Committee referred to in paragraph madrasah (1), give consideration and input to the direction of the madrasa for improving the quality of the madrasa.
(3) provision of more about madrasah Committee as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
The third part of the Madrasah working group of article 47 (1) Madrasah working group (KKM) is head of the Madrasa forum established by the head of the Office of the Ministry of Religion for RA, MI, MTs, or MA/MAK which aims at the development of quality of madrasah in the district/city.
(2) in the event that required the KKM could be established at the provincial level by the Head Office of the Region aimed at the development of the quality of the madrasa in the province.
(3) in the event the required Head Office Ministry of Religion can shape the KKM sub-district or districts.
(4) the KKM has a role: a. increase the professional head of the madrasa; and b.  coordinate and synergize the madrasah quality improvement program.
(5) further Provisions on the KKM as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
CHAPTER X MADRASAH ACCREDITATION Article 48 (1) conducted by the Madrasah Accreditation Bodies a National Accreditation of the school/Madrasa.
(2) the Madrasah Accreditation referred to in subsection (1), made against each unit of RA, MI, MA, MTs, and MAK.
(3) the Government and the organizers of the madrasah Education Accreditation preparation and follow up of the results of accreditation to improve quality sustainably madrasah.
(4) the provisions on Accreditation Madrasa as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
CHAPTER XI is considered part of the General ASSESSMENT of article 49 Education Assessment in MI, MA, MTs, and MAK consists of: a. the assessment of learning results by educators;
b. assessment of learning outcomes by the madrasah; and c.  assessment of the results of the study by the Government.

The second part of the assessment of Learning Outcomes by the Educator article 50 (1) the assessment of the results of learning by educators as stipulated in article 49 a, undertaken on an ongoing basis to monitor the process, progress, and improvement of the results in the form of Deuteronomy, Deuteronomy, Deuteronomy late midterm of the semester, and Deuteronomy increase class.
(2) the assessment referred to in subsection (1), is used to: a. assess the achievement of competence of learners;
b. progress report on the preparation of the material results of the study; and c.  improve the learning process.
(3) the assessment of the results of learning by educators as stipulated in article 49 the letter a, for the Group of subjects of religion and morals as well as the noble group of subjects of citizenship and personality made through: a. observation of changes in behavior and attitudes for assessing the development of the learner's personality and affection; as well as b.  exams, exams and/or assignments to measure cognitive aspects of learners.
(4) the assessment of the results of learning by educators as stipulated in article 49 the letter a, for the Group of subjects in science and technology is conducted through Deuteronomy, assignments, and/or other forms that suit the characteristics of the material that is rated to assess cognitive and psychomotor development of learners.
(5) the assessment of the results of learning by educators as stipulated in article 49 the letter a, for aesthetic subjects are conducted through Deuteronomy, assignments, and/or other forms that suit the characteristics of the material that is rated to assess the development of expression, creation, appreciation, affection and/or learners.
(6) the assessment of the results of learning by educators as stipulated in article 49 a, group of physical subjects, sports, health and carried out through: a. observation of changes in behavior and attitudes for assessing the development of psychomotor and affection learners; and b.  Deuteronomy and/or assignments to measure cognitive aspects of learners.
The third part Valuation Study Results by the Madrasah of article 51 (1) assessment of learning outcomes by the madrassa as stipulated in article 49 the letter b, aims to assess the attainment of the standards of competence of graduates for all subjects in the middle of the semester, the end of the semester, and the end of a unit of education.
(2) the assessment of learning outcomes by the madrassa as referred to in paragraph (1), for all subjects in the group subjects of religion and morals of the noble group, the subjects of citizenship and the personality of the subjects groups, aesthetic, and physical subjects, sports, and health for: a. progress report and the results of learning students per semester to the elderly learners;
b. consideration of the rising class of learners; and/or c.  final assessment for the determination of the graduation of students from the educational unit.
(3) the final assessment as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, considering the results of the assessment of learners by educators.
(4) the assessment of the results of the study referred to in paragraph (1), for all subjects at the science and technology group is done through Deuteronomy middle/end of semester exams and madrasa.
(5) to be able to take the test the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (4), learners should get a value that is equal to or greater than the value of the threshold competency formulated by National Education standards body.
(6) the provisions on the middle/end of semester exams, final exams, and the assessment of the madrassa established by the Director General.
The fourth part of the Study Results by the Government Assessment of article 52 (1) assessment of the results of the study by the Government as stipulated in article 49 the letter c, aims to evaluate the competence of graduates students nationwide on certain subjects in a group of subjects of science and technology is conducted in the form of a national exam.
(2) national examination as referred to in paragraph (1), carried out objectively, equitable, and accountable.
(3) national examination as referred to in paragraph (1), held at least one (1) times and at most 2 (two) times in a year of lessons.
Article 53 (1) in addition to the assessment of the results of the study by the Government as stipulated in article 52 paragraph (1), the Ministry conducts an assessment of the results of a nationwide study to certain subjects in the Group of religious subjects.
(2) further Provisions regarding the assessment of learning results nationally for certain subjects in a group of subjects of religion referred to in subsection (1), established by the Director General.
Article 54 the national exam for madrasah as stipulated in article 52, excluded for MI.

Part five Article 55 Diploma learners who have completed the process of education in madrasah and has been declared pass the test are given diplomas in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 56 (1) a photocopy of a diploma or Attestation certificate replacement berpenghargaan equal to a diploma MI, MA, MTs, and MAK is done by the head of the madrasa that issued the diploma.
(2) in the case of madrasah does not operate or shut down, the endorsement certificate or diploma photocopy replacement referred to in subsection (1), performed by the Head Office of the Ministry of religion.
Article 57 (1) in terms of the original certificate is lost/destroyed, the issuance of a replacement certificate berpenghargaan equal to a diploma MI, MA, MTs, and MAK is done by the head of the madrasa is concerned and is endorsed by the head of the Office of the Ministry of religion.
(2) in the case of madrasah does not operate or shut down, the issuance of a replacement certificate as referred to in paragraph (1), performed by the Head Office of the Ministry of religion.

Article 58 the further Provisions concerning the attestation certificate or a photocopy of the certificate berpenghargaan the same as the replacement diploma MI, MA, MTs, and MAK as stipulated in article 56, and the issuance of a replacement certificate berpenghargaan equal to a diploma MI, MA, MTs, and MAK as referred to in article 57, set by the Director General.

CHAPTER XII the FOREIGN DIPLOMA ASSESSMENT Article 59 (1) of the Ministry for doing the assessment of diplomas issued by institutions overseas education for primary and secondary education level.
(2) an assessment certificate referred to in subsection (1), done for a diploma equal to a diploma berpenghargaan MI, MTs, and MA.
(3) the results of an assessment certificate referred to in subsection (2), established by the Director General in the form of the certificate of equivalence of diplomas.
Article 60 further Provisions concerning the assessment of the foreign diploma are set by the Director General.

CHAPTER XIII the DEVELOPMENT of Article 61 (1) the Ministry organizes at least one (1), Madrasa Country flagship for every unit in each province.
(2) the Ministry organizes at least one (1), Madrasa Land-based dormitory Scholar student Employee in each province.
(3) the Ministry draw up a map of madrasah quality development programmatically, tiered, gradual, sustainable and based on the results of the madrasah accreditation and national exam, as well as other criteria.
(4) the madrasah quality development Map referred to in subsection (3), used for drawing up the strategic plan and annual plan development the quality of madrasah nationally.
(5) the Ministry worked closely with the Government and/or the community in the development of the quality of the madrasa.
(6) further Provisions regarding the development of the madrasa as referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (4), established by the Director General.
CHAPTER XIV FINANCING Article 62 (1) the financing of the madrasa is sourced from: a. the Government;
b. the Government of the region;
c. madrasah organizers;
d. community; and/or e.  another legitimate source.
(2) the financing of the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (1), consisting of: a. the cost of investment;
b. operating costs; and c.  personal costs.
(3) the cost of investment of the madrasa as mentioned on paragraph (2) letter a, including the costs of the provision of infrastructure, human resource development, working capital and fixed.
(4) the cost of operating the madrasa as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, comprising: a. salaries of educators and educational power madrasa as well as all the benefits inherent in salary;
b. educational materials or equipment consumables; and c.  indirect educational operations costs in the form of power, water, telecommunications, infrastructure and facilities maintenance, money, transportation, consumption, overtime, taxes, insurance, and operating expenses other indirect education.
(5) personal Expenses referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, covering tuition fees issued by the learners to be able to follow the learning process on a regular basis and sustainable.
(6) every madrassa is entitled to receive assistance from the Government of operating costs in accordance with the legislation.
(7) further Provisions regarding the use of the operating cost of the assistance referred to in subsection (4), established by the Director General.
CHAPTER XV of COACHING and SUPERVISION Article 63 (1) the Ministry do coaching and supervision against the madrassa to guarantee the accountability of the Organization of education and the quality of the madrasa.
(2) in the framework of coaching and supervision as referred to in paragraph (1), the Ministry raised its Trustees madrasa.
CHAPTER XVI SANCTIONS of article 64 (1) ministries and/or regional Office of the Ministry of Religion in accordance with its administrative sanction in the form can provide: a. a warning;
b. delays or cancellation of granting education assistance;
c. freezing of madrasah; or d.  the closure of the madrasa.
(2) the provisions on administrative sanctions referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Director General.
CHAPTER XVII TRANSITIONAL PROVISION of article 65 of the regulation at the time Minister of religion comes into force, all provisions which regulate about madrasah, was still in force along does not conflict with the provisions in the Ordinance of the Minister of religion.

CHAPTER XVIII the CONCLUDING PROVISIONS of article 66 of the regulation at the time Minister of Religion began to apply: a. the Minister of religious affairs Decision Number 367 of 1993 about Raudhatul Athfal;
b. the decision of the Minister of religious affairs Number 368 in 1993 about Madrasah Ibtidaiyah;
c. the decision of the Minister of religious affairs in 1993 369 Number of Mts;
d. decisions of the Minister of religious affairs Number 370 in 1993 about Madrasah Aliyah; and e.  The decision of the Minister of religious affairs Number 371 in 1993 about the religious Aliyah Madrasa; revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 67 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on 25 November 2013 MINISTER of RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS SURYADHARMA ALI, INDONESIA Enacted in Jakarta on November 25, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();