Wednesday, 30 March 2022
The first years into the job are critical for novice teachers (who are just starting their careers). These years will determine whether a novice teacher will continue pursuing the teaching profession or switching to other jobs. Throughout these years, novice teachers transition from teacher...
Wednesday, 16 February 2022
The zoning-based new student admission policy has been implemented since 2018 in Yogyakarta City. One primary objective of the policy is to ensure students have equal access to education services. RISE Programme in Indonesia studied the impact of the school zoning system implementation on the...
Wednesday, 15 December 2021
In this paper, Goldy and Daniel take advantage of a government policy to change the mode of the national examination administration, from paper-based to computer-based testing, to estimate the quality of education in Indonesia at the district level. The esults indicate that education quality across...
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Monday, 8 November 2021
RISE Programme in Indonesia is part of a global initiative aimed at addressing learning crises in several countries. Through a series of research, RISE supports the formulation of evidence-based education policies. Let’s bring quality education to reality for a better future for Indonesian children...
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Monday, 8 November 2021
In recent decades, Indonesia has made dramatic progress in education. One of its successes is expanding access to education across the country. Despite these progress, Indonesian student learning improvement has been stagnant.  A one-size-fits-all policy by the central government cannot address...