Scholars warn that without transparency and accountability as well as merit-based competition the government’s recent efforts will once again end up a waste of money.
Poverty remains an ingrained problem in Indonesia despite the country’s success in cutting its poverty rate to a single-digit level for the first time in 2018.
“With innovation, superior human resources and technology, we will escape our dependence on natural resources. The country’s human capital should be world-class.”
Jokowi again drew attention to the impact of artificial intelligence on job simplification, so that various aspects of human work in the future can be more streamlined.
Although access to education has increased, Satryo argues that the current approach prioritises improving school management.
“Let’s change the mindset of our farmers who, for long decades, have cleared lands by burning to (shift to) using…
The Mayor of Surabaya, Dr (HC) Ir Tri Rismaharini MT, explained that one way to break the poverty chain is by providing education to the children of economically underprivileged families.