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This study aims to describe the planning, implementation, and evaluation of research-based madrasah learning management and its supporting and inhibiting factors at a State Madrasah Aliyah Kudus Indonesia. This is a descriptive qualitative study. The primary data is taken from the 15 teachers, the principal and 90 students. The secondary research data are documents, notes, archives and madrasah profiles, and learning outcomes reports. Data are collected by interviews, observation, and documentation. Data are analysis with interactive model of Miles and Huberman with data collection, reduction, display, and conclusion. The planning of learning management is adjusted to 2013 curriculum following the Regulation of Indonesian Minister of education and Culture Number 23 of 2016 to meet the aspect of teachers’ professional competence. The implementation applies the principles of the student-centered learning. The teacher acts as a mediator and motivator to make the students’ active, creative, and innovative. The evaluation includes knowledge, skills, and attitudes. The assessment is carried out through daily, midterm, and final assessments. The supporting factors include sophisticated technological developments, subjects collaboration, and students’ creativity and innovation. The inhibiting factors are the lack of supporting media, students’ability, self-confidence, reading interest, inadequate facilities and infrastructure.
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