ACDP Indonesia Papers and Policy Briefs
Survey of Parental Contributions in Basic Education
This study was carried out to establish the education-related costs borne by parents of children in basic education.
Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education
Contemporary patterns of global communication and immigration have made multilingual education programmes a way of allowing children to experience multilingual backgrounds as an advantage and as a means of thriving in a multilingual world.
University - Industry - Government Partnership for Economic Development in Indonesia
In Indonesia, effective university - industry - government partnerships have been very few, but the Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development 2011-25 provides an opportunity to change that.
Study on Teacher Absenteeism in Indonesia 2014
Indonesia faces a fundamental challenge: getting teachers to be present in school. For quality teaching to exist in the classroom, teachers must first and foremost be present.
The Critical Importance of Early Grade Reading and Assessment
Two Early Grade Reading Assessments (EGRAs) reveal that significant improvement in the teaching of reading is required, if all Indonesian children are to be able to read with comprehension by the end of grade 2.
Teacher Absenteeism in Indonesia: Policy Brief
Indonesia’s progress in reducing the rate of teacher absenteeism over the past decade needs to be sustained in the interest of lifting student achievement and reducing disparities among schools.
Developing Strategies for University, Industry and Government Partnership
This study reviews the status of universities in Indonesia in terms of their capacity to work in partnership with industry and government.
Evaluation of International Standard Schools in Indonesia
Overall, schools and communities are very positive about Rintisan Sekolah Bertaraf Internasional (RSBI), and feel that the presence of the school helps the whole community. The RSBI program has produced many schools with an improved environment that will enable them to produce high quality graduates. One key finding demonstrates that students in RSBI-designated schools are not performing better on average than students in similar non-RSBI schools. The program has also shifted focus to staff development coupled with on-going, results-driven monitoring which will likely result in improved skills and competency in graduates as envisioned by the program.
General Senior Secondary Education Financing in Indonesia
Having achieved significant increases in access to primary and junior high school education, the Government of Indonesia’s next priority is to increase access to Senior Secondary School education on an equitable basis.
Madrasah Education Financing in Indonesia
Madrasah are known to receive insufficient funding to carry out quality education, and in the case of private madrasah, are significantly under-funded in comparison with state schools.