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Indonesia - Sumatra Junior Secondary Education Project (الإنجليزية)

The Sumatra Junior Secondary Education Project will assist the Ministry of Education and Culture (MOEC) in achieving a greater number of junior secondary school graduates of better quality upon graduation. This will be pursued by: 1) expanding access to junior secondary education in a cost-effective and equitable way; 2) improving the quality of junior secondary education; and 3) strengthening the education management capacity at all levels. To meet these objectives, the following components and subcomponents will be implemented selectively and in varying degrees in the public and private systems of the five project provinces: DI Aceh, West Sumatra, Jambi, South Sumatra, and Lampung. The first objective will involve: 1) creation of a total of 53,520 student school places; 2) gradual expansion of alternative equivalency programs; 3) student and teacher accommodations for public schools in rural and remote areas; and 4) financing of scholarships for 32,600 talented poor students with priority given to girls. The second objective will require: 1) strengthening of teachers' subject-matter knowledge and pedagogical skills; 2) enhancement of learning environment; and 3) provision of contract teachers for rural areas. The third objective will be achieved by: 1) training school principals and other administrators in managing schools and providing pedagogical support to teachers; and 2) developing managerial and data analysis capacity.


  • تاريخ الوثيقة


  • نوع الوثيقة

    مذكرة وتوصيات الرئيس

  • رقم التقرير


  • مجلد رقم


  • عدد المجلدات


  • البلد


  • المنطقة

    شرق آسيا والمحيط الهادئ,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح


  • حالة الافصاح


  • اسم الوثيقة

    Indonesia - Sumatra Junior Secondary Education Project

  • كلمة أساسية

    access to junior secondary education;high economic rates of return;procurement method;business loan;present value of debt;access to safe water;Primary and Secondary Education;program of targeted intervention;life expectancy at birth;project monitoring and evaluation;junior secondary school;export of goods;current account balance;import of goods;gnp per capita;variable interest rate;general government consumption;total debt service;project completion date;method of procurement;private sector response;gross enrollment rate;primary school enrollment;expansion of access;currency pool loan;prenatal care utilization;basic education system;poverty headcount index;balance of payment;teacher training activity;junior secondary level;cost to family;foreign direct investment;import price index;primary school graduate;quality of education;export price index;net factor income;universal basic education;availability of textbook;sparsely populated areas;Science and Technology;construction of school;senior operations;provision of teacher;junior secondary graduate;human resource development;secondary education development;teacher development program;secondary school teacher;impact on poverty;remote rural area;graduates per year;remote area;quality improvement;civil works;Private School;project costing;remote school;appraisal mission;budgetary implication;institutional building;school place;private consumption;opportunity cost;Child Mortality;regular school;teacher supply;hr capacity;private creditor;income quintile;teacher knowledge;nutritional status;school system;school level;secondary expansion;remote access;educational assessment;financial constraint;teaching material;regional imbalances;settlement pattern;schooling level;conversion rate;gdp deflator;upland area;Infant Mortality;live birth;child malnutrition;school-age population;domestic saving;capital good;domestic price;Irrigated Agriculture;tropical fruit;student participation;instructional material;core subject;government's policy;managerial skill;educational material;oil exploration;fuel mineral;library book;examination score;chemical industry;resource flow;nonformal education;text book;principal repayment;budget balance;student dormitory;portfolio equity;reference book;Commitment Fee;improved health;project processing;evaluation study;participatory approach;rural student;management capacity;Financing plans;loan balance;Quality Enhancement;school building;government spending;active partner;retention rates;government intervention;environmental concern;female student;female access;female participation;student place;regular classroom;school program;low-income student;removing barriers;external borrowing;professional qualification;foreign exchange;nutrition status;universal coverage;admission requirement;public teacher;free textbook;household expenditure;government strategy;budget allocation;equitable distribution;local participation;regional diversity;donor agencies;education expenditure;public resource;sector work;working relationship;Rural Poor;comparative advantage;enrollment target;indonesian rupiah;project intervention;school child;rural community;poverty category;student scholarship;alternative school;tax equivalent;special account;school mapping;power transmission;reasonable assumption;education budget;net transfer;government administrative;institutional environment;daily life;foreign expenditure;bilateral net;direct contracting;local expenditure;teacher service;national shopping;

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