Monday, 8 November 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic and distance learning have “forced” parents to carry a gigantic load to be more engaged with their children’s education while they learn from home, despite various challenges. The good news is that a study conducted by The SMERU Research Institute in Bukittinggi, West Sumatera, shows that parents in the area have managed to overcome those challenges.
Tuesday, 5 October 2021
Becoming a civil servant teacher is arguably every Indonesian teacher’s dream as the status ensures financial stability provided by the government. However, does that mean being a civil servant teacher makes quality teachers?
Monday, 20 September 2021
Around 63% of schools in regions imposing public activity restriction (PPKM) levels 1, 2, and 3 are permitted to hold in-person learning. Analyses of previous studies, for example, described how unequal and ineffective learning from home results in many students losing their reading ability equivalent to 6 months of learning, and risks to erase demographic bonus and reduce children’s future...
Tuesday, 17 August 2021
Indonesia's educational attainment remains low in recent years—based on world and national standards, despite the fact that every year the government allocates 20% of the state budget for education, as mandated by law.