Tag Archives: SPK

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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SPK school? Now you need to be accredited.

SPK schools are supposed to register for validation, supervision and accreditation. The school I work at recently underwent validation, supervision and accreditation for our Early Years Education Division. (or TK in Indonesian terms) This involves the checking and assessing of … Continue reading

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