Tag Archives: Government Regulations

Drug free and non-HIV+ teachers

One of the regulations in the SPK law states that teachers should be free of drugs and not be HIV+ (lumped together in the same paragraph, unfortunately, because the two are completely different conditions) However, I can attest that now … Continue reading

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A tale of the haves and have nots or do our students have to sit UN as well as IB or CIE exams?

I believe that the legislation relating to SPK – Satuan Pendidikan Kerja Sama schools lists three types of schools; PLI – Lembaga Pendidikan di Indoneisa – or National Schools, typically know as SM Negeri LPA – Lembaga Pendidikan Asing – Foreign Schools or Embassy … Continue reading

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Further clarification/confusion about the new Government Regulations – 31/2014

The following is a rough transcript of some meeting notes chaired by the Ditjen PAUDNI, Dr Lydia Freyani Hawadi, on the 22nd of May in Jakarta to socialize the new regulations 31/2014 signed 23rd Apri,l 2014 by the Minister of … Continue reading

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What’s in a name ? The end of ‘International Schools’ in Indonesia ?

The recent government regulations signed on the 9th of May “kerja sama penyelenggaraan dan pengelolaan pendidikan oleh lembaga pendidikan asing dengan lembaga pendidikan di indonesia” (or “The Regulations for Cooperation and the Implementation of Management Education by Foreign Educational Institutions … Continue reading

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Latest Indonesian Government Regulations are not good news

I attended an ANPS meeting yesterday in which we were given the latest, signed copy of the government regulations for all schools in Indonesia. There are a number of implications for all of us. (eg: we have to apply the national curriculum, … Continue reading

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