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Indonesia Got Schooled: 15 Years of Rising Enrolment and Flat Learning Profiles


  • Amanda Beatty
  • Emilie Berkhout
  • Luhur Bima
  • Thomas Coen
  • Menno Pradhan
  • Daniel Suryadarma


Indonesia has instituted wide-ranging educational reforms over the past twenty years, but recent international assessments of student learning indicate that these reforms may not have translated into learning gains—the country is performing comparatively poorly and worse than its regional neighbours.

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  • Amanda Beatty & Emilie Berkhout & Luhur Bima & Thomas Coen & Menno Pradhan & Daniel Suryadarma, "undated". "Indonesia Got Schooled: 15 Years of Rising Enrolment and Flat Learning Profiles," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 0b662d9e526a4881bde58796e, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:0b662d9e526a4881bde58796e7d17d79

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    1. Bau, Natalie & Das, Jishnu & Yi Chang, Andres, 2021. "New evidence on learning trajectories in a low-income setting," International Journal of Educational Development, Elsevier, vol. 84(C).

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