RISE Programme in Indonesia was invited to speak at Education Outlook 2020: Revolution of Higher Education in Indonesia on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. The event was held by Dompet Dhuafa Pendidikan to obtain information, input, and studies on education in Indonesia, as well as to share their ideas and experience in managing education for marginalized people, from basic education to higher education.
PUSKAPA organized a Learning Series event themed "Technology for Education: Attracting Out-of-School Children, Improving Learning Interest" on Saturday, 16 November 2019. Shintia Revina, RISE researcher, was invited as a speaker to the event.
Way Kanan District is one RISE's Learning Laboratory. To disseminate the findings of research conducted there, one of RISE's researchers, Niken Rarasati, presented the "Educational Survey Findings in Way Kanan District" in front of various education stakeholders in Way Kanan District. Mr. Saipul (Regional Secretary of the Way Kanan District) welcomed the RISE team and opened the dissemination event.
Since it was first launched, Zoning-Based New Student Registration Programme (PPDB) has received mixed responses. RISE Programme in Indonesia conducted a study related to the impact of zoning policy on junior high school students in Yogyakarta City. The city of Yogyakarta is one RISE's Learning Laboratory.
International Symposium of Journal Antropologi Indonesia (ISJAI) is the biggest and well-known international conference of anthropology in Indonesia. Hundreds of presenters came from various countries, present their field works or research on Indonesia in this conference. Risa Nihayah, researcher of RISE Programme in Indonesia, joined this event and shared findings about her etnographic study on local educational innovations in Kota Yogyakarta.
Niken Rarasati, researcher of RISE Programme in Indonesia, became one of the speakers at "Temu Inovasi" event. Rasti, Niken Rarasati's nickname, presented findings from diagnostic study of two disctricts, RISE Programme's learning laboratories, related to policy-making process in education.
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Way Kanan is one of the locations of RISE Programme Learning Laboratories. RISE team works together with the government of Way Kanan District in designing programme and regulation to improve the quality of learning in there.
In the Special Session Beyond Access: Pathways out of Adversities, Niken explains about the process of participatory diagnostic study in RISE's learning laboratories with diagnostic approach, design, evaluation, and adaptation as well as the experiment design which is made collaboratively with stakeholders in the learning laboratories.