1 edition of Reform measures aimed at the development of a national educational system in Indonesia. found in the catalog.
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In addition to numbers of students, other criteria must include the student's degree of disability, curriculum to be pursued, and physical and mental therapies offered. Secondary School Education: The general secondary school curriculum is determined by the 25 February 1993 decree of the Minister of Education and Culture No. The Standards clarifies the management responsibilities of schools and outlines a total of 88 requirements, such as the principle of non-discrimination in enrolling students who live in districts adjacent to the school and the policy of balancing class sizes.
This new edition factors in the integration of recent central government policies and strategies on higher education, and is more adapted to the needs of changing socio-economic environments and new developments in higher education governance.
Language of Instruction: Classroom instruction is provided in the national Bahasa Indonesian language.
The standard load for Specialist I study is 36 to 50 semester credit units taken over 4 to 10 semesters after the graduate program. The education program for primary schools is prescribed by Article 39, Clause 3, Law No. The natural science program includes physics, biology, chemistry, and mathematics. These activities—such as scouting, school health activities, sports, and first aid—along with the theoretical knowledge gained in the curricular program are intended to develop the whole person.
In accordance with the Opinions, universities and colleges have been required to firmly adhere to the correct political orientation and carry out to the full all Party guidelines on education for cultivating first-class talent. The objective of vocational education is to prepare students to enter employment and to develop professional skills and to prepare students to choose a career, to instill the ability to compete and develop independently, and to foster a national workforce to meet the manpower needs of business and industry.
These subjects are aimed at improving pupils' abilities and stimulating interactive relationships with the social, cultural, and natural environment.
Amending the Provisions on the Management of Students in Regular Institutions of Higher Education In February 2017, the Ministry launched an amended version of the Provisions on the Management of Students in Regular Institutions of Higher Education, which compared to the former version was considered to be more responsive, standard, balanced and practical. Promoting the development of special education In July 2017, the Ministry and six other state agencies released the Program for Promoting Special Education: Phase II 2017-2020following the Provisions on the Management of Disabled Persons in the National Higher Education Entrance Examination Interim issued in April.
Promoting the development of world-class universities and disciplines Following the Measures for the Implementation of the Overall Scheme for Promoting the Development of Reform measures aimed at the development of a national educational system in Indonesia.
Universities and Disciplines Interimissued in January 2017, in September the Ministry released a list of universities and colleges selected to participate in the Scheme, including 42 identified as having the qualities required to be ranked world-class overall and 95 nominated to produce world-class disciplines.
The Diploma I study load ranges from 20 to 50 semester credit units and is taken over a period of 2 to 4 semesters after secondary education. The result of this new policy was significant in that the participation rate in primary school reached 92 percent in 1993 compared to 79 percent just 10 years earlier.
And the Diploma IV study program is 144 to 160 semester credit units scheduled over 8 to 14 semesters. The curriculum is divided into six groups: the agricultural and forestry group, for occupations in such areas as agribusiness, agronomy, animal husbandry, fisheries, and agriculture production management; the industrial technology group, offering professions in building construction, mining, marine engineering, graphics, textiles, informatics, and industrial instrumentation; the business and management group, leading to careers in accounting, office management, finance and banking, trade, and secretarial work; the community welfare group, targeting employment with social services, community health, and community development; the tourism group, whose graduates move into the hotel, catering, fashion, and beauty occupations; and the arts and handicraft group, whose skills are focused on applied arts, visual arts, and the handicraft industry.
Following secondary education, graduate studies for educators consist of diploma programs Diploma I-IV and specialist programs Specialist I-II. The extension from six years to nine years of basic education was also intended to alleviate the problem of child labor. The Diploma III study program consists of 110 to 120 semester credit units spanning 6 to 10 semesters. Ten years after the compulsory primary education program came fully into effect, Indonesia launched the Nine Year Basic Education Program, as proclaimed by President Suharto on 2 May 1994, extending compulsory education to the 13- to 15-year-old population.
Implementing the Compulsory Education School Management Standards In December 2017, the Ministry promulgated the Compulsory Education School Management Standards, which for the first time presented a systematic review of the basic requirements for the management of compulsory education schools.
This program covers study materials and subjects required for Class l and II students: Pancasila education and citizenship, religious education, Indonesian language and literature, national and general history, English language, physical and health education, mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, and arts education.
The outcomes of these evaluations are now to be used as a reference during government leadership performance reviews.
Fostering greater integration between industry and education In December 2017, the General Office of the State Council issued Several Opinions on Promoting the Integration between Industry and Education, which for the first time elaborated on the institutional framework for integrating education with industrial development and the implications of relevant policies.