• Zainal Azman STAI Bumi Silampari
  • Joni Helandri STAI Bumi Silampari


The term millennial is a continuation of the era of globalization which gave birth to a variety of probabilities in real life, because it brings a very large influence on the order of human life. Islamic education with various types and levels of levels, ranging from non-formal boarding schools, to modern boarding schools with various programs, ranging from Early Childhood Education (PAUD) to tertiary institutions, are institutionally part of the national education system. With such a position, Islamic education inevitably has to contribute, even responsible in preparing humans in the face of the millennial era. How their efforts can be a generation that is able to turn challenges into opportunities, and can use them for prosperity, on the contrary bring negative impacts on their lives. This paper is an effort to explore the potential contained in Islamic education in facing challenges in the millennial era. This paper presents the characteristics and challenges of the millennial era, social problems and their impact on life.


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Azman, Z., & Helandri, J. (2020). ISLAMIC EDUCATION FOR MILLENNIAL ERA GENERATIONS. Prodising ISID, 1(1), 296-317.