The Relevance of the Pancasila Student Profile to the Values of Aswaja Education



Relevansi, ; profil pelajar Pancasila, pendidikan Aswaja


Indonesia has the most prominent Islamic majority in the world, with a significant 86.7% of its population adhering to the Muslim faith. This demographic composition underscores the substantial role that Muslims in Indonesia play within the nation. Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), the most prominent Islamic organization, boasts the highest number of members, encompassing approximately 75% of Muslims in Indonesia, ranging from 60 to 120 million individuals. Thus, examining this prominent Islamic organization's approach to shaping its constituents' quality becomes imperative. The teachings of Aswaja (Ahl al-Sunna wa al-Jama'a) constitute the foundational values imparted through instruction within the NU community. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education and Culture has introduced the Pancasila Student Profile as a framework for cultivating the character of learners. As a result, a question emerges: Does the Pancasila Student Profile align with the educational values of Aswaja, and does it contribute to enhancing the quality of Muslim individuals in Indonesia? This research scrutinizes the interrelation between these two frameworks, given that education remains a potent instrument for human development. This study is conducted through a comprehensive literature review using a qualitative research approach. In essence, the findings of this study demonstrate a substantive correlation between the Pancasila Student Profile and the values inherent in Aswaja teachings