TanggalJudul dan LinkSumberCatatan
2020-04Presentasi akhir program Lombok Utara Suka MembacaYayasan Tunas AksaraPresentasi tentang hasil program Lombok Utara Suka Membaca, kerjasama dengan program INOVASI (Kemdikbud / DfAT Australia).
2020-03 (added)PISA for DevelopmentPISA (OECD)“PISA for Development aims to increase middle- and low-income countries’ use of PISA assessments for monitoring progress towards nationally-set targets for improvement, for the analysis of factors associated with student learning outcomes, particularly for poor and marginalised populations, for institutional capacity-building and for monitoring international educational targets in the Education 2030 framework being developed within the UN’s thematic consultations.”
2020-02UNESCO Institute for Statistics – Sustainable Development Goal 4 (Education)UNESCO“With the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UIS has been clearly recognised as the “the official source of cross-nationally comparable data on education”
2019-12PISA 2018 (Program For International Assessment) – Indonesia SnapshotOECD70% of students below PISA Level 3 in reading
2019-10Learning Poverty (overview) dan Indonesia Country Briefing (.pdf)World Bank“35 percent of children in Indonesia at late primary age (10) are not proficient at reading.*” – *Not proficient: unable to read a simple sentence – the World Bank’s indicator for “Learning Poverty.”
2019-10Tackling Education Poverty with System-Wide ImprovementsLant Pritchett,
RISE
“Even if one adopts a clear target of eliminating education poverty, that does not imply that targeted programs are, or even can be, much of the solution. In a well-functioning education system, it might be that “inclusion” of the marginalized should be the primary strategy. But when the whole system is producing weak results for nearly every child, then “inclusion” is a false premise. In this situation, it is necessary to fix the whole system and increase performance across the board in order to reduce the number of children stranded in low performance.”
2019-10The World Bank’s New Learning Poverty Measure is Welcome, but as a Means, Not an EndMichelle Kaffenberger, RISE“On Thursday the World Bank launched its new Learning Poverty measure, to serve as a rallying cry for improved learning. It is intended to be the learning equivalent of the $1/day poverty line, measuring the percent of children below a low learning threshold—those who cannot read a simple passage by age 10. Shockingly, it finds that in low-income countries, 89 percent of children do not meet this threshold.”
2019-09 Building on solid foundations: What learning profiles tell us about prioritizing for learning (.pdf)Michelle Kaffenberger, RISESlides 21-25 for a definition of Universal Early Procedural and Conceptual Mastery of Basic Skills.
2019-09 Asesmen Kompetensi Siswa Indonesia (AKSI)Kementerian Pendidikan Indonesia (Kemendikbud) – Pusat Penilaian PendidikanInformasi tt kemampuan membaca, matematika dan sains
2019-10The Importance of Improving Teacher Training Programs in Indonesia in Order to Increase Teacher CompetenceShintia Revina (RISE program)
2019-08Building on Solid Foundations: Prioritizing Early Mastery of Basic SkillsMichelle Kaffenberger (RISE program)More on Universal Early Procedural and Conceptual Mastery of Basic Skills (UEPCMBS).
See also this video (particularly section on policy implications from 4 mins onwards)
2019-02UNESCO Education Data: IndonesiaUNESCO
2019-01PISA-D Reveals Exceptionally Low LearningMichelle Kaffenberger, RISE
2018-04Reading the Present, Writing the FutureStuart Patience,
HEAD Foundation THink Magazine
page 6
2018UNICEF Sustainable Development Goal 4 – Education – BaselineUNICEF
2017-07Education in Indonesia: Literacy is the Key to LearningStuart Patience,
HEAD Foundation
2017UNICEF Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – Indonesia Baseline Report
(English) (Indonesian)
UNICEF
2017-06 Why we should invest in getting more kids to read — and how to do it Harry Patrinos,
World Bank
2016-12PISA 2015 Results (Volume I): Excellence and Equity in EducationPISA (OECD)
2016-08The Need for Pivot to Learning: New Data on Adult Skills in IndonesiaLant Pritchett,
RISE Program
2016-03PISA 2018 Reading Framework (Draft 2016)PISA, OECD
2014-06National Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) for IndonesiaUSAID / RTI
2000?UNESCO definition of Literacy RateUNESCOBased on national census data – largely self-reported and not very reliable.
1957 World illiteracy at mid-century: a statistical study U.N.

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