Education that is left behind in remote areas of Indonesia

Education that is left behind in remote areas of Indonesia – Indonesia is a developing country in Southeast Asia which still lags behind in terms of education in some of its areas. In remote areas of Indonesia, it is very difficult to get an education, there are even Indonesian children who risk their lives to go to school because there is no bridge access to go to school and they have to go to school. cross the swift river in order to study at school. Where are the remote areas of Indonesia that are still lacking in terms of education, let’s see:

  • Papua

Papua, which is planned to have 4 provinces, and until now it has been legalized into two provinces, namely Papua and West Papua, is one of the remote areas in Indonesia, this area in               Papua which is classified as lagging behind is the problem of education, where education there is still inferior to education in the region. Other Indonesia, even for the number of PAUD                   (Early Childhood Education) in Papua is still very rare.

  • West Nusa Tenggara
    NTB is one of the remote areas in Indonesia that is lagging behind in the development of education, where in NTB it is one of the eastern parts of Indonesia where up to now about 417,991 people in NTB are experiencing problems in education, namely “illiteracy”.

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  • East Nusa Tenggara
    Remote areas in Indonesia which are furthermore still in the Nusa Tenggara region, one of which is NTT which until now the area in NTT is still lagging behind in education in Indonesia, even around 44.63% of teachers in NTT still have a high school diploma.
  • Banten Province
    The first remote area or area in Palau Java is the area in Banten. This region is still newly separated from the Province of West Java and is an area that is lagging behind in education among the provinces in Java. One of the lags experienced by Banten Province is based on data that 90% of Banten people who are 19 to 24 years old do not continue their education due to limited funds.
  • Aceh Province
    Aceh Province is one of the provinces that continues to carry out development, both infrastructure development and other development. However, the Westernmost Province in Indonesia is one of the subscriptions to the red report card list whose education lags behind other regions in Indonesia.
  • East Kalimantan Province
    East Kalimantan Province is one of the regions in Indonesia that is lagging behind in terms of education, this region does have an area larger than the area or province on the island of Kalimantan, and until now this is where the East Kalimantan Region continues to develop, especially in terms of education.