Learning to run before walking: A system-level analysis of education in Indonesia


Topic: Learning Laboratory

Speaker: Niken Rarasati
Date: Wednesday, 19 February 2020
Time: 11.30 - 11.30
Venue: The Australian National University, Canberra

Contact Person: Novita Eka Syaputri (Communication Officer - RISE Programme in Indonesia) - nsyaputri@smeru.or.id


Niken Rarasati, RISE's researcher, presented the takeaways in helping RISE's Learning Laboratories cities and districts, namely Kebumen District (Central Java), Way Kanan District (Lampung) Bukittinggi City (West Sumatera), and Yogyakarta City (Special Region of Yogyakarta) to have sufficient capability to meet the national standards. The lessons learned from the four cities and districts was presented at The Australasian AID Conference (AAC) which was held on 17-19 February 2020.

As in previous years, the aim of the 2020 Australasian AID Conference is to bring together researchers from across Australia, the Pacific, Asia and beyond who are working on aid and international development policy (the AID in the conference acronym) to share insights, promote collaboration, and help develop the research community. With more than 600 people registering in 2019, the AAC has established itself as Australia’s premier aid and development conference.

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