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Title Education in Indonesia / edited by Daniel Suryadarma, Gavin W. Jones
Published Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 278 pages)
Series Indonesia update series
Indonesia update series.
Contents Table of Contents; 1. MEETING THE EDUCATION CHALLENGE by Daniel Suryadarma and Gavin W. Jones; 2. TRENDS IN EDUCATION IN INDONESIA by Suharti; 3. TEACHER TRAINING, SCHOOL NORMS AND TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS IN INDONESIA by Christopher Bjork; 4. INTEGRATING ISLAMIC SCHOOLS INTO THE INDONESIAN NATIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEM: A CASE OF ARCHITECTURE OVER IMPLEMENTATION? by Robert Kingham and Jemma Parsons
5. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES IN INDONESIA by Hafid Alatas, Sally Brinkman, Mae Chu Chang, Titie Hadiyati, Djoko Hartono, Amer Hasan, Marilou Hyson, Haeil Jung, Angela Kinnell, Menno Pradhan and Rosfita Roesli6. WHERE DID ALL THE MONEY GO?FINANCING BASIC EDUCATION IN INDONESIA by Samer Al-Samarrai and Pedro Cerdan-Infantes; 7. AN ASSESSMENT OF POLICIES TO IMPROVE TEACHER QUALITY AND REDUCE TEACHER ABSENTEEISM by Asep Suryahadi and Prio Sambodho; 8. INDONESIAN UNIVERSITIES: RAPID GROWTH, MAJOR CHALLENGES by Hal Hill and Thee Kian Wie
9. BEATING THE ODDS: LOCALLY RELEVANT ALTERNATIVES TO WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES by Rivandra Royono and Diastika Rahwidiati10 FINANCING HIGHER EDUCATION: THE VIABILITY OF A COMMERCIAL STUDENT LOAN SCHEME IN INDONESIA by Bruce Chapman and Daniel Suryadarma; 11. THE TRANSFORMATION AND INTERNATIONALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION: THE MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE by Khong Kim Hoong; 12. ROLE OF THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECTOR IN ADDRESSING SKILL MISMATCH IN INDONESIA by Emanuela di Gropello; INDEX; INDONESIA UPDATE SERIES
Summary In Indonesia, as elsewhere in Asia, education will inevitably play a key role in the national development experience as the twenty-first century unfolds. Not much international attention is paid to how the education sector is faring in Indonesia, but that is not because nothing is happening. The past decade has seen major changes in the structure of the education system and in the schooling trajectories of Indonesian children and adolescents. The administration of primary and secondary education has been decentralized to the regions. A new paradigm of school-based management has been introduced
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes In English
Online resource; title from PDF title page (ISEAS, viewed on July 2, 2014)
Subject Education and state -- Indonesia -- Congresses.
Education -- Indonesia -- Congresses.
Education, Higher -- Indonesia -- Congresses.
Islamic education -- Indonesia -- Congresses.
Teachers -- Training of -- Indonesia -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Jones, Gavin W., editor
Suryadarma, Daniel, editor
ISBN 9789814459860 (paperback)
9789814459877
9789814515047 (hard)
9814459860 (paperback)
9814459879
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