Did We Really Learn Math in School?

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The Indonesian learning profile states that Indonesia will be able to reach basic numeracy skill equivalent to OECD member countries in 2065; but only if the improvement rate of those countries and the industry demand rate is equivalent to Indonesia’s improvement rate. This finding is presented during the Declaration of Gernas Tastaka (National Movement to Eliminate Mathematics Illiteracy).

Infographics of the Indonesian learning profile can be accessed here.


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