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: Riyan Agus Saputra(1*), Husin Husin(2), Ridhatullah Assya'bani(3),

(1) College of Qur'anic Science, Amuntai, South Kalimantan
(2) College of Qur'anic Science, Amuntai, South Kalimantan
(3) College of Qur'anic Science, Amuntai, South Kalimantan
(*) Corresponding Author


Education can be said as a primary need that cannot be separated from human life. With the existence of public education can increase the degree and dignity of humans to improve the quality of human resources. Therefore, education in the eyes of the Dayak Deah community is one of the assets in maintaining and maintaining cultural values in the era of globalization. This study aims to determine the aspirations of parents in sending their children to a higher level and the educational implications that occur in Liyu village and Dayak Deah culture. The method used is a qualitative ethnographic type with a Postpositivistic approach, namely seeing that the theoretical truth is not necessarily the truth so that it is necessary to carry out continuous studies so as to get new things in different situations. Based on the research results, it was found: (1) parents want their children to have a better future; (2) educated people contribute to the village and its culture; (3) the community becomes wiser in facing the efforts of coal mining entrepreneurs who want their land; (4) as preparation for welcoming the new capital city so that the community is able to compete with immigrants. This research contributes to the preservation of cultural values and also improves the quality of the Dayak Deah community resources in Liyu village in the realm of education.


Aspirations, Education, Dayak

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