MEWUJUDKAN PESANTREN RAMAH ANAK MELALUI PROGRAM CARE (CARING, RESPECT AND EDUCATE)
In realizing the face of bullying-free dayah-friendly face, dayah still faces various obstacles. One of them is bullying between queues. The research question is "Is the CARE (Caring, Respect and Educate) program capable of creating friendly bullying-free dayahs? To answer that question, this study uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach. This research was conducted at the integrated dayah Ulumuddin, Misbahul, and Darul Ulum in Lhokseumawe City. The results of this study indicate that the three dayahs have followed up on bullying actions by making integrated policies and actions that involve all components ranging from religious teachers, students, principals, and parents. Dayah gives reinforcement or praise to prosocial behavior shown to students. The dayah curriculum also supports prosocial attitudes by reinforcing their application in daily life at dayah. Dayah also took the policy to involve students in grade 6 in the management of the OS (Santri Organization) some of the supervisors and supervisors. It turns out that efforts to overcome bullying are done by developing (1) CARE (Caring, Respect and Educate) days, (2) peer patnering and mentoring programs, and (3) bullying-free education.