Indonesia Education Index Declines
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - education development index for all or education for all in Indonesia declined. If in 2010 and Indonesia is ranked 65, this year's ranking slipped to 69.
Based on the data in the Education For All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report 2011: The Hidden Crisis, Armed Conflict and Education issued by the Organization for Education, Science, and Culture of the United Nations (UNESCO), launched in New York on Monday (1 / 3 / 201) local time, an index of educational development or education development index (EDI) based on 2008 data is 0.934. The value was put Indonesia in the 69th position from 127 countries around the world.
EDI is said to be high if reached 0.95 to 1. Medium category is above 0.80, while the low category under 0.80. Global Monitoring Report issued each year which contains the results of regular monitoring of the world of education. Education index is made with reference to the six EFA goals of education laid out in the global education meeting in Dakar, Senegal, in 2000.
Currently, Indonesia is still lagging behind from Brunei Darussalam who is ranked 34th. Brunei Darussalam into a high achieving group with Japan, which reached number one position. As Malaysia is ranked 65th or still in the category of medium achieving groups such as Indonesia. Indonesia's position is much better than the Philippines (85), Cambodia (102), India (107), and Laos (109).
The total value of EDI was obtained from the acquisition of four categories of summary judgments, namely basic education enrollment rates, literacy rate at age 15 and over, participation rates according to gender equality, and the last number of students up to grade V primary school (SD).
Decrease in EDI Indonesia is quite high this year occurred mainly on the assessment category last numbers of students up to grade V SD. This category is to demonstrate the quality of education in the basic education cycle set at least five years.
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