Afghan Girls Keep Karate Dream...

Sep 19, 2021 by

Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old Afghan refugee and 2010 South Asian Games silver medalist, establish a dojo with 30 students. Bogor, West...

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The Chosen Ones: Dieng’s...

Dec 2, 2020 by

These children are believed to be the descendants of Kyai Kolodete, a clan leader of the semi-mythological kingdom Medang Kamulan.  ...

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Students Join Climate Crisis P...

Nov 30, 2020 by

Environmental activists, students, and children joined the “Asia Climate Rally” in front of the Jakarta City Hall on...

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Gov’t Encourages Use of ...

Aug 30, 2020 by

With a hybrid learning model in post-pandemic schools, teachers will not only rely on textbooks. A monther accompanies her daughter...

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New Normal in an Islamic Board...

Jun 19, 2020 by

The An Nuqthah pesantren in Tangerang reopened its doors to students on Thursday though normal classes will not resume until...

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Academic Year to Start on Sche...

Jun 7, 2020 by

The government should respect decision by students or their parents against face-to-face teachings due to coronavirus fear....

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Another Victim of the Pandemic...

May 26, 2020 by

The Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java – the biggest Buddhist temple in the world. (Antara Photo/Andreas Fitri Atmoko)...

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This App Helps Schools in Onli...

Apr 9, 2020 by

WeKiddo allows students to take online exams while physically distancing themselves amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Jakarta. School exams...

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Trying to Retain Customers? Pr...

Oct 27, 2019 by

Children are attractive targets for fraudsters as their identity information is less likely to have been used before. Child identity...

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Students From Diverse Backgrou...

Sep 11, 2019 by

The SabangMerauke cultural exchange program provides hands-on lessons in tolerance for young students. Jakarta. SabangMerauke, a...

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Indonesian Students in Taiwan ...

Mar 4, 2019 by

Jakarta. Several Indonesians currently studying in Taiwan have denied forced labor claims made in recent media reports that have...

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Key to Speed Up Development in...

Jul 21, 2018 by

By : Dhania Sarahtika – Jakarta. By most estimates, 80 percent of infrastructure development taking place in Indonesia at the...

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Britain Set to Ease Visa Requi...

Jul 7, 2018 by

Jakarta. Britain announced this week that it will change its immigration rules to make the visa application process easier for...

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Indonesian Students Turn Plast...

Jun 19, 2018 by

Yogyakarta. Before Indonesia sinks in its own notoriously mismanaged plastic waste, young researchers from Gadjah Mada University are...

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Community Organization Aims to...

Jun 12, 2018 by

Despite the complexities, many agree that education plays a crucial role in establishing the foundation for our future leaders....

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Decentralization Key to Improv...

Jun 9, 2018 by

Jakarta/Denpasar. Decentralization and regional autonomy were first introduced in Indonesia in 1999 as the part of an effort to...

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How Elite Sports School in Rag...

Apr 17, 2018 by

Jakarta. Since Egy Maulana Vikri, Indonesia’s football wonderkid, was signed by Poland’s top-tier club Lechia Gdansk in...

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Gov’t to Revise Referenc...

Jan 3, 2018 by

The Education Ministry will revise textbooks containing references to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Jakarta. The Ministry of...

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Number of Indonesians Studying...

Dec 25, 2017 by

Jakarta. A US State Department report, compiled in collaboration with the nonprofit Institute of International Education, shows that...

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Youth Must Be a Force of Chang...

Oct 22, 2017 by

Indonesia ranks 88th out of 144 countries in terms of gender equality, according to the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Global...

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