• Discussion Forum on A Study of Non-Permanent Teacher Competence Assessment in Bukittinggi

    RISE is helping the local government and Education Agency of Bukittinggi City to improve the quality and welfare of...

  • Dissemination of Educational Survey Findings in Way Kanan District

    Niken Rarasati presented the "Educational Survey Findings in Way Kanan District" in front of various education...

  • Preliminary Findings on the Impact of Zoning-Based New Student Registration Programme (PPDB) in Yogyakarta City

    Two RISE's researchers presented the preliminary findings on "The Initial Impact of Zoning-Based New Student...

  • Education Talk "Teacher: Teaching, Educating, and Inspiring"

    To support the efforts to increase teacher competence to teach, educate, and inspire, RISE organized an education talk. This event served as a...

  • Seminar RISE Programme in Indonesia Update 2019

    Seminar RISE Programme in Indonesia Update 2019 was held to convey the latest developments regarding the...

  • Indonesian Children: In School but Not Learning

    Between 2000 until 2015, education expenditures as a percentage of total government expenditures...

Blog

Monday, 3 August 2020
A new paper by the RISE Indonesia Country Research Team tackles social norms head-on. In this paper...
 
Monday, 4 May 2020
What causes gains in student learning? When a policy change or intervention yields better student...
 
Sunday, 23 February 2020
In 2005, the central government issued Peraturan Pemerintah (PP) or Government Regulation No. 48 on...
 

Publication

Working Paper
What drives educational innovation to emerge at local level? We contribute on this question by examining three highly innovative districts in Indonesia. Our specific aim is to understand how the innovations are related to the districts’ socio-cultural context.
Policy Brief
Highly varied learning facilities and support from parents among students, even in a class taught by the same teacher, leads to equally varied practices of learning from home. This widens even further learning inequalities among students. Students with limited support receive the worst impacts of...
Policy Brief
Simulations show that school closures due to COVID-19 may result in worse learning losses than those accumulated during regular school breaks. This loss of schooling can have long-term effects on wages. All students face a high risk of scarring.