The Jakarta Post [PDF version]
Indonesia is striving to maintain its commitment to information and communication technology (ICT) for the education system, a top government official said.
“Seventy percent of our vocational high schools, 30 percent of senior high schools and 20 percent of junior high schools are equipped with computer laboratories,” Education Minister Bambang Sudibyo announced at the opening of the sixth International Symposium on Open, Distance and E-Learning in Kuta, Bali, on Wednesday.
The government has also distributed television-based Televisi Edukasi equipment to some 35,198 junior high schools, and has developed thousands of programs comprising on and offline learning activities, TV broadcast materials and audio programs throughout Indonesia.
“Globalization has pushed the development and utilization of information and communication technology in the education sector,” Bambang said.
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