The madrasa is one of the many institutions which have seen
recurrent attempts at reform in Muslim societies during the nineteenth
and twentieth centuries. Since the eleventh century, when it first
emerged as the principal institution of higher Islamic learning, the
madrasa has undergone many changes, adapting in varying degrees to
local cultures and changing times.
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