• Working paper on Teacher Professional Development

    Despite government efforts to reform teacher professional development (TPD) in the past four decades, Indonesian teacher quality remains low. Why...

  • Working paper on teacher recruitment in Indonesia

    Why is it so hard for Indonesia to recruit good teachers? We argue that the struggle to recruit good teachers are due to institutional, political...

  • Podcast series "Reform Unreformed"
  • Policy note on teacher recruitment process

    This brief assess three strategies MoEC may take to ensure that local...

  • Education Talk "Teacher: Teaching, Educating, and Inspiring"

    To support the efforts to increase teacher competence to teach, educate, and inspire, RISE organized an education talk. This event served as a...

  • Seminar RISE Programme in Indonesia Update 2019

    Seminar RISE Programme in Indonesia Update 2019 was held to convey the latest developments regarding the...

  • Indonesian Children: In School but Not Learning

    Between 2000 until 2015, education expenditures as a percentage of total government expenditures...

Blog

Wednesday, 4 November 2020
For more than four decades, Indonesia has carried out a variety of teacher professional development...
 
Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Even before this year’s Covid-19 pandemic, Indonesian students’ academic performance lagged behind...
 
Thursday, 22 October 2020
Three Indonesian children were learning from home with adequate equipment and facilities — a laptop...
 

Publication

Infographic
For more than four decades, Indonesia has carried out a variety of teacher professional development (TPD) programmes. Yet the outcomes have fallen short. We summarize the findings and recommendations from the study in this infographic.
Working Paper
Despite government efforts to reform teacher professional development (TPD) in the past four decade
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Video
Welcome to “Reform Unreformed”, a collaboration of Papan Tulis podcast and RISE Program in Indonesia. In “Reform Unreformed”, RISE researchers will discuss areas in the Indonesian education system that need to be reformed to improve student learning.