... madrasah system (Heyward et al. 2017). To the casual observer there is little to differentiate state and private schools, or regular and Islamic schools. Indonesia is a large and diverse country. Primary schools range from smart, urban...
... increased scores to reduce failure. This led to a change in policy so that school-based assessments were no longer added to the examination marks. As a result, the pass rate dropped from 99 percent in 2014 to around 56 percent in 2015...
... in Indonesia . Jakarta : The Jakarta Post and The Asia Foundation. Bjork C. 2005. Indonesian Education: Teachers, Schools, and Central Bureaucracy . New York : Taylor and Francis Group. Heyward M. and Sopantini . 2013. “Indonesian Education; Fifty...
With a population of 240 million, Indonesia is the fourth largest nation in the world. Along with significant minority Christian, Hindu and Buddhist communities, it has the largest Islamic population of any nation. Indonesia...
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