2045: Path to nation’s golden age (Indonesia Policies and Management of Education)
Keywords:education policy, management education, golden generation, Indonesia, schools, kindergartens, universities, national education, reformation
Indonesia’s journey since independence has encountered hardship at times but also reached important milestones. The generation of 1945 fought for and won its independence. The generation of 1966 continued with the objective of maintaining macroeconomic stability and focused on the development of critical infrastructure in every corner of the Indonesian archipelago. And despite suffering from a structural financial crisis, the generation of 1998 demanded reform that would spread to all layers of society and in the end would usher in the era of democracy for Indonesia. Education and health policies have been reinforced by a commitment from all layers of society to ensure that the euphoria of newfound freedoms does not breed excess. Educational development and democratization continue to exhibit a mutually reinforcing relationship.
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