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Table 2.13

Description of SMK; Year 1996/1997

No.

Description

Total

Public

Private

a.

Number of Schools

3,894

717

3,177

b.

Classrooms

46,382

11,589

34,563

c.

Students

1,767,161

513,952

1,253,209

 

? Male

996,620

255,116

741,504

 

? Female

770,541

258,836

511,705

d.

Number of Graduates

468,001

153,024

314,977

Source: Office of Research and Development (MOEC)

b) Private Courses

The number of private courses in Indonesia kept increasing. In 1990 the number of private courses were 18,730 and in 1998 it increased to 22,215. The trend of private institutions’ growth is shown in Table 2.14.

Table 2.14

Trend of Number of Private Course Institutions

By Year and Percentage

 No.

Year

Number of Institutions

Increase by Percentage

1.

1990

18,730

-

2.

1991

19,246

2.75 %

3.

1992

19,536

1.51 %

4.

1993

19,669

0.68 %

5.

1994

19,715

0.23 %

6.

1995

19,792

0.39 %

7.

1996

19,806

0.07 %

8.

1997

20,202

1.02 %

9.

1998

22,215

1.10 %

Source: Directorate of Community Education 1998

The variety of vocational courses in private schools are developed in 120 study programs which are grouped into 10 streams, i.e. Secretary, Hotel, Computer, Electronics. Automotive-mechanic, Accountancy, Beautician, Cooking, and Dress- making. Table 2.15 shows the kinds of private courses by province in December 1998.

Ministry of Education and Culture has developed the private courses through standardization program. Nine private courses have been standardized. The standardization is carried out in cooperation with professional association, industrial association, trades institution, and manager of private courses.The private courses which have been standardized have the following characteristics:

    1. The private courses which are linked to the world of work cover the following competencies: technical and social competencies.
    2. The teaching and learning in a dual system cover learning theory in schools and practical skills in industries.
    3. Length of course is 12 months covering 9 months in theory and 3 months in practical skills in industry.
    4. Involving the role of industry in practical skills and the employment of graduates.

Table 2.16 shows types of courses classified as Essential Skills.

Table 2.15

Description of Private Course

By Province and Kinds of Courses; December 1998

District

Kinds of courses

Total

Home Econo-mics

Health

Sport

Agriculture

Art

Handi-

craft/ industry

Tech-

nology

Service

Langu-age

Special

1. Aceh

58

26

1

0

2

0

3

73

57

5

225

2. North Sumatera

551

210

16

0

19

1

43

724

185

24

1,773

3. West Sumatera

129

76

1

0

12

0

14

391

120

22

765

4. Riau

36

38

7

0

1

0

0

116

900

3

291

5. Jambi

99

27

2

0

2

0

12

164

36

3

345

6. South Sumatera

52

173

0

0

0

0

1

76

104

4

410

7. Bengkulu

99

68

13

0

7

0

3

235

34

46

505

8. Lampung

98

853

0

0

16

0

5

325

32

0

1,329

9. DKI Jakarta

613

972

19

3

180

5

67

791

402

27

3,079

10. West Jawa

1,366

343

3

0

335

1

41

874

335

35

3,333

11. Central Jawa

768

50

5

2

137

17

55

1,004

270

17

2,325

12. D.I.Yogyakarta

83

543

8

1

37

1

19

240

94

12

1,038

13. East Jawa

1,235

361

16

8

237

3

134

1,134

388

28

3,544

14. Bali

169

98

0

1

42

1

11

226

88

9

645

15. NTB

45

7

2

0

4

1

6

107

57

3

232

16. NTT

21

16

0

0

2

0

8

58

3

5

113

17. East Timor

40

12

0

0

6

0

5

125

38

0

226

18. West Kalimantan

1

19

0

0

0

0

0

39

2

0

61

19. Central Kal.

21

33

2

0

21

0

5

150

40

0

272

20. South Kal.

46

94

2

1

21

0

6

157

86

8

421

21. East Kalimantan

48

112

0

0

5

0

1

93

37

5

301

22. North Sulawesi

9

0

0

0

0

0

14

26

13

0

62

23. Central Sulawesi

12

75

0

0

0

0

0

53

66

1

207

24. South Sulawesi

118

37

0

0

20

1

3

203

59

3

444

25. S.E. Sulawesi

2

23

3

0

2

0

3

49

39

0

121

26. Maluku

26

16

1

0

0

0

0

50

25

2

120

27. Irian Jaya

6

5

0

0

0

0

1

13

3

0

28

Total

5,751

4,287

101

16

1,108

31

460

7,496

2,703

263

22,215

Source: Directorate of Community Education 1998


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