The EFA 2000 Assessment: To know more about the EFA movement
     
   
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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Prof. Dr. Soedijarto
Ministry of Education and Culture
Address: Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Senayan, Building E
Central Jakarta 10270
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EDUCATION FOR ALL:
THE YEAR 2000 ASSESSMENT
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE 1999
Name of country: INDONESIA
National Assessment Team:
Prof. Dr. Soedijarto, (Coordinator) / Endro Sumarjo / Prof. Dr. W.P. Napitupulu Triyadi
Dr. U. Sihombing / Dr. Ace Suryadi / Ade Cahyana / Retno Wibowo / Supardi
Safrudi Hamidi, Ph. D / Dr. Hamid Muhammad / Mundiati / Sudrajad Rasyid
Suyono / Gutama / Hasnah Gasim / Maryana

Brief Description of the Review Process in Indonesia

The Indonesian country report on Education for All was presented based on the assessment process which started in January 1999 involving all the concerned units of ministries which belong to EFA Committee in Indonesia. Each ministry has been assigned to write a report based on the outline provided, and the Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics has provided the data needed. Several meetings were organized and chaired by the Director-General of Out-of-School Education, Youth and Sports, Ministry of Education and Culture. The Committee consists of the staff of the following Ministries:

The Office of Research and Development, Ministry of Education and Culture (MOEC)

The Ministry of Social Affairs (MSA)

The Ministry of Religious Affairs (MRA)

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM)

The Office of the Minister for Population (MOP)

The Directorate-General of Out-of-School Education, Youth and Sports, MOEC (DG-NFEYS)

The Directorate-General of Primary and Secondary Education, MOEC (DG-PSE)

The Office of the Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS)

The Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO (NATCOM-UNESCO)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I DESCRIPTIVE SECTION

EXECUTIVE REPORT

1. EFA Goals and Targets

Expansion of Early Childhood Care and Development Activities

Universal Access to Primary Education by the Year 2000

Improvement of Learning Achievement

Reduction of Adult Illiteracy Rate

Expansion of Basic Education and Training in Essential Skills

Education for Better Living

2. EFA Strategy and/or plan of action

3. EFA Decision-making and Management

4. Cooperation in Education for All

5. Investment on EFA

PART II ANALYTIC SECTIONS

6. Progress toward goals and targets

    Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 1

   Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 2

   Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 3

    Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 4

    Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 5

   Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 6

    Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 7

    Progress toward goals and targets : cont. 8

7. Effectiveness of the EFA strategy, plan and programmes

8. Main problems encountered and anticipated

9. Public awareness, political will and national capacities

10. General assessment of the progress

PART III PROSPECTS

11. Policy directions for the future