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Indonesia: HIV Discrimination In Institutions

Asia/ Indonesia/ 21.07.2020/ Source: theaseanpost.com. According to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), HIV/AIDS in Indonesia is one of Asia’s fastest growing epidemics in recent years. As the world is currently battling a new coronavirus outbreak, old diseases such as the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) remain a threat to many. It was […]

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Indonesia starts school year with caution during pandemic

Asia/ Indonesia/ 14.07.2020/ Fuente: www.thejakartapost.com. After months of studying from home, students in several parts of the archipelago returned to school on Monday in accordance with the so-called “new normal” protocols in their respective communities. In the meantime, a number of other regions continued to exercise caution and carried on with their online learning policies […]

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Indonesia: Universitarios instan a reducir la matrícula durante la política de “estudiar en casa”

Asia/Indonesia/Jakartapost Las universidades privadas, los docentes y los estudiantes están instando al gobierno a intensificar sus políticas educativas, criticando que su última asistencia financiera es inadecuada para abordar las preocupaciones del sector educativo durante la pandemia. Esto sigue al anuncio del lunes del ministro de Educación y Cultura, Nadiem Makarim, sobre una serie de medidas […]

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Indonesia: Addressing the new normal for schools in rural areas

Asia/ Indonesia/ 16.06.2020/ By: Sylvia Beiwinkler/  Source: www.thejakartapost.com. Around 45 million students in Indonesia have been out of class for as long as three months due to COVID-19 fears. As a result, the education sector has changed dramatically with the rise of online learning, which requires students and teachers to continue their learning and teaching process […]

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Education 4.0: Is Indonesia ready?

Education 4.0: Is Indonesia ready? In the endeavour to build the future of any nation, higher education contributes significantly by providing “global competitive talent”. The skilled workforce coupled with innovative technology and advanced infrastructures are key drivers for any country’s sustainable growth. In that context, if we inspect both India and Indonesia – two of […]

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Indonesia Education Lags Behind Region

Indonesia Education Lags Behind Region JAKARTA, INDONEISA – Indonesian students are among the lowest performers in Southeast Asia, according to a recent report, The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA),  released  this month by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Indonesian 15-year-olds ranked in the bottom ten across 79 surveyed countries in all three […]

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