1:15 am December 22, 2014 | 1 Comment
One of the expert witnesses called to testify was John Kevin Baird, a professor at the Center for Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford's Nuffield Department of Medicine, who spoke to the Jakarta Globe about what the test results really showed.
11:54 am December 14, 2014 | No Comment
The recent government decision to halt the implementation of the 2013 curriculum is insufficiently thought through and makes life difficult for teachers in the regions, a senior Golkar Party politician said on Saturday.
12:14 am December 12, 2014 | 2 Comments
New government policy, which overhauls the controversial 2013 school curriculum, has drawn criticism from education stakeholders, claiming Indonesia's education ministry has rushed the decision.
12:01 am December 9, 2014 | 2 Comments
Indonesia runs the risk of a shortage in human resource and technology due to the misalignment between skills developed in its education system and skills needed by the industry.
8:19 am December 8, 2014 | No Comment
Indonesia is the number one destination for Australian volunteers seeking to exchange knowledge and skills with local organizations, people and communities. Through the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program, volunteers can develop links for long-term co-operation and knowledge sharing between Australia and Indonesia.
12:24 am December 7, 2014 | No Comment
Education was the big topic at the Jakarta Globe in the past week.
10:54 pm December 5, 2014 | No Comment
The minister for primary and secondary education, Anies Baswedan, said the controversial 2013 school curriculum would only be implemented in a limited number of schools across Indonesia.
10:31 pm December 4, 2014 | 11 Comments
A rule change in the way international schools in Indonesia operate has generate confusion and frustration among education stakeholders, who say it is characteristic of the government’s lack of a global vision for the country’s education system.
12:12 am December 1, 2014 | 82 Comments
A little-known but far-reaching regulation kicks in today that threatens to water down the quality of education at some of Indonesia’s top schools, and could see the schools shut down unless they drop the “international” from their name.
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