Indonesian Achievements of EFA By HAMID MUHAMMAD Deputy Minister of Secondary Education Ninth E-9 Ministerial Review Meeting New Delhi, India 8-10 November 2012 Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia 2012
1. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Significant increase of services has been provided so that by the end of 2011, 61.74% children below 7 years old have enrolled in ECCE compared to the percentage of children of the same year in the year 2000 which was only 18%.
2. Basic Education We are approaching to successfully achieve the compulsory 9 year basic education program nationwide. We have put high priority for 9 year basic education to make all children between 7-15 year to have access to education disregard of their location, gender, race, religion and economic status. By 2011 net enrollment rate (NER) for primary education reached 95,41 %, and NER for junior secondary education reached 75,64%.
3. Life Skills Education Indonesia, access to life skill education programs are implemented through secondary vocational schools and non-formal education in the framework of poverty eradication as shown in the following data.
Labor Market Growthand The New workforce of Secondary Education Secondary School Graduates Secondary School Graduates conti nue to higher education
Nonformal-LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION Course and training participants 73,808
4. Literacy Education While the Dakar target stipulates 50% out of illiterate population by 2015, Indonesia has achieved this target by 2009, based on the impressive average illiterate eradication rate of 1,6 million people per year in the last three years. The adult literacy rate in 2011 was 95.5 %. More specifically, the literacy rate for aged of 15-24 years increased from 96.7 per cent in 1992 to 99.53 per cent in 2011.
4. Literacy Education The Decrease of Number of Adult Illiteracy2005-2011(in million) (9.55%) (8.07%) (7.20%) (6.57%) (5.03%) (5.02%) (4.43%) Source: National Bureau of Statistics, 2011
5. Gender Equity Significant progress has been achieved to provide equal access for girls and boys to all levels of education. We have made a good progress in meeting literacy target to improve up to 50% in adult literacy rate by the year 2015 as well as in the basic education.
6. Quality Education The improvement of quality education in Indonesia includes : teachers qualification and certification, continuing professional development, contextual teaching learning process, classroom action research, curriculum development, school accreditation, and infrastructures. Improvement of teacher qualification and certification is a key to quality education.
Indonesia Student’s Reading Performance in PISA 2000 - 2009 Indonesia students’ reading performance have steadily improved from 2000-2009. While OECD students’ performance have been stagnant during the same period Girls performed better than boys in reading performance
Quality Improvement of EducationTeacher Qualification Development (2009 – 2011)
Certification of Teachers Certification of teachers is a program to assure that the teachers meet specific qualification and competencies, and have performed according to minimum requirements as teachers. The program is to assure the quality of teaching and learning in education.
Thank You TerimaKasih
Indonesia Ranking in Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFA – GMR)Years 2011 EDI Indonesia padatahun 2011 beradapadaperingkat: 69 dari 127 negara, sedangkantahun 2010 beradapadaperingkat 65 dari 128 negara.