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Indonesian City Admits Migrant Children to Public Schools

Photo Credit: Dayinta Pinasthika / IOM 2018 (From URL) Date: 17 July 2018 | By: IOM | Story Source: IOM (Press Room > Press...

Indonesia encourages higher education to develop online learning to keep up...

Higher education is being encouraged to develop online learning in order to educate more people that will respond to the needs of Indonesia’s fourth...

‘Education emergency’ stymies Indonesia’s growth

Students studying in a classroom in the Sadah State Elementary School in Ciruas sub-district, Serang regency of Banten province, Indonesia on December 8, 2017....

Empowering girls and women through storytelling – the 2016 Laureate for...

By: UNESCO, 06 March 2018 Education plays a central role in empowering women and girls – from providing access to quality learning to enabling personal...

Indonesia: Malang center offers practical guidance, creative learning for Migrant children

 Aman Rochman, The Jakarta Post, Malang, East Java | Sat, March 24, 2018 | 08:07 am   Several children were seen happily participating in...

In Indonesia, educating child brides remains a tough challenge

A groundbreaking report by UNICEF and the Indonesian government found that girls marrying before the age of 18 were at least six times less...

Child brides: Why underage girls are marrying in Indonesia

Aulia* was 15 when she was married. There wasn't a lot of choice. She had been dating Arief, a sweet-faced boy from the local...

Indonesia: Education key to more women in SE Asia workforce

MANILA - Education is key to growing the participation of Southeast Asian women in the labor force, an Indonesian business leader said Tuesday. The Indonesia...

Situation Analysis of Out-of-School Children in Nine Southeast Asian Countries

In an effort to assist the countries in Southeast Asia to develop more robust policies and programmes for out-of-school children (OOSC) in their respective...

Education user committee improves teacher service performance in a remote Indonesian...

Chair and members of the Education User Committee announce the teachers’ performance scores in a meeting attended by the representatives from the Ministry of...

Tapping the potential of Indonesia’s Village Law to increase quality of...

Indonesia continues to make strides in expanding access to early childhood education (ECE) across its vast archipelago, now reaching some 70.1% of 3-6 year olds....

Indonesia: Low-cost private schools – an option

THE poor quality of schools is a concern in Indonesia. The country has not performed satisfactorily on international ranking scores and this has prompted debate...

Free school meals help Indonesian children stand tall, more focused in...

It was a simple lunch: fried noodles, a piece of fried chicken and a banana. But for Safira, an elfin 11-year-old, this meal is...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Indonesia needs to revive interest in reading books

Study about "Most Literate Nations In the World" by Central Connecticut State University in 2016 placed Indonesia second only to Bostwana as the least...

In Indonesia, learning about gender equality from an early age

At the PAUD KM 0 ‘Mekar Asih’ early childhood education centre in Jakarta, Indonesia, a girl is dressed up as a chef, and a...

Learning about tolerance in Jakarta’s inclusive sports festival for children

Following similar festivals held in Pasuruan, Bone and Subang, an inclusive sports festival for children was held for the first time in Jakarta on...

Earthquake in Indonesia rattles schools and students

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake in Aceh, Indonesia last Wednesday has not only left more than 100 dead and nearly 84,000 homeless, but thousands of children...

Education a casualty of earthquake in Indonesia’s Aceh – aid agencies

HONG KONG, Dec 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Last week's earthquake in Indonesia's northern province of Aceh damaged dozens of schools, undermining children's ability...

Five ways to improve parenting education in Indonesia

There is a dynamic and growing energy in Indonesia focusing on parenting education, particularly for low-income families. However, little is known about parenting styles...

Indonesia: Quality learning and teachers’ professional development: Two sides of the...

Educational technology will be for naught in supporting quality learning unless the professional development of teachers is taken into account. High-quality teaching, coupled with good...

Serving Indonesia’s remote readers

Their arrival sends ripples of excitement through Serang, a quiet hamlet fringed by rice fields and a volcano on Indonesia's main island of Java. “The...

Reading for pleasure, 15 minutes a day

Laura Noszlopy On a bright spring day in April 2016, the massive Kensington Olympia exhibition centre was buzzing with publishers, editors and writers from around...

Indonesia, Australia launch education program in W.Nusa Tenggara

Indonesia and Australia have agreed to cooperate in improving the quality of literacy and numerical skills of elementary school children in West Nusa Tenggara. Launched...

Early childhood education in rural areas: a key to unleash Indonesia’s...

“The first five years have so much to do with how the next 80 turn out,” billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates once said, summing up...

Measurement matters in preschool quality

Recent studies in neuroscience and economics show that early childhood experiences have a profound impact on brain development and thus on outcomes throughout life....

Govt’s Gini ratio target too ambitious: NGOs

The government’s aim of reducing the national inequality ratio, known as the Gini ratio, from 0.41 to 0.39 in 2016 is too ambitious according...

Children of Indonesian workers attend Community Learning Centres

The state government adheres to guidelines for the establishment and registration of Community Learning Centres (CLC) for children of Indonesian plantation workers throughout the...

Open and distance learning – Access and success

As the world conference of the International Council for Open and Distance Education approaches, ICDE President Tian Belawati – rector of Indonesia’s enormous open...

Lobbying for English in Indonesia denies children mother-tongue education

Indonesia's new primary school curriculum has been lambasted for 'dropping' English, but its real failure is to deny children in this multilingual nation a...