JAGA Data Challenge: Discussion Series II - Education Sector

 

Topic:

Speaker: Luhur Bima
Date: Wednesday, 13 October 2021
Time: 13.30 - 15.00
Venue: Zoom

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

Description:

JAGA (Indonesian Corruption Prevention Network) is the KPK's (Corruption Eradication Commission) initiative in encouraging public data disclosure. In the JAGA application, data and information are available from the public service sector, such as the education sector, village, health facilities, permits, and COVID-19 handling.

JAGA Data Challenge aims to increase public literacy regarding data on public services and their processing so that it can become information that can be used in the prevention or early detection of corruption through the JAGA website and application.

"Has the government optimized data processing and integration in the education sector?"

"What are the results of the policy?"

"What is the role of the community in utilizing data to improve the quality of education?"

These questions were discussed in the JAGA Data Challenge: Discussion Series II - Education Sector with the theme "Processing Useful Data Towards Dignified Education" which presented by:

- Suharti, Secretary General, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology RI
- Luhur Bima, Senior Researcher, The SMERU Research Institute
- Sarah Ariantie, Moderator

In his presentation, Luhur Bima explained the role of research in the formulation of education policies as well as several RISE studies that became input for the government, both central and regional, in formulating education policies.

 

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