Indonesia and Malaysia, the two main Muslim-majority countries in Southeast Asia, do maintain an overall amicable relationship, with components including economic, defense, education, tourism and others.
Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) introduced STEAM as the future face of pedagogy to prepare students that will later to be a potential human resources who could thrive in the transforming industry.
There are still lots of people not understanding and underestimating the waste problem. Kampus Diakoneia Modern (KDM) realised that and set up KDM Green Projects to create a green environment with education and waste management.
Helping Hands Foundation held Ekspedisi Bhinneka Bagi Bangsa to unite children from Aceh to Papua from various tribes, religions and different physical conditions to a curriculum of outdoor education.
NOW! Jakarta’s Alistair Speirs went to visit British School Jakarta and met two parents who entrusted their children to start their learning journey in the school.
The 9th Annual Conference of HighScope Indonesia brought together education experts, students and parents in a discussion panel aimed at giving what’s best for the children.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Global Jaya School's Head of School Cory Carson to get a thorough understanding about the IB Education curriculum and what the school has to offer.
NOW! Jakarta editorial intern and model student at JIS, Victoria Budiono explores the subject based on her own experience at Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS).
Known for its busy life, Jakarta still offers many child friendly places with various cultural, educational and sporting activities and excursions.
Moving to a new country will always be exciting. There are so many things to consider, choosing the right schools for your children is one of them.
Jakarta Aquarium offers educational programmes where everyone can learn about aquatic biota, preservation and conservation.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Dr. Daniel Low, Dean Raffles Christian School Pondok Indah about the school’s education philosophies.
Garth Wyncoll spoke to us about the international focus of the curriculum, digital shifts, and environmental-driven student activities at Bali Island School.
New Zealand School Jakarta brings the sense of community as a foundation to build good school ecosystem.
Niki Meehan, Principal of NIS Jakarta shares five top tips for expat parents to feed their children’s curiosity.
Two Schools, ACG School Jakarta and the Australian Independent School, offer their take on the importance of extra-curricular activities.
With the demands of skill sets and knowledge changing in just a generation, how do schools respond?
Southeast Asia is now a major region for international education. Options for both local and expatriate families are increasing as demand grows, especially in Malaysia and Thailand.
Despite high literacy levels, how can all Indonesian students benefit from the ‘right’ kind of education?
Many people are choosing to work in social enterprises these days, to help the poor, to protect the environment, to invent new ways of doing things better.
Jakarta Aquarium conducted a marine educational programme for elementary and junior high school students at Tidung Island, Pulau Seribu
The Student Exchange Programme has grown by leaps and bounds, helping open up opportunities for students to learn about the international community.
Now, let’s not pretend. Many schools really don’t care for Co-Curricular Activities. And neither do many parents.
ACG School Jakarta kindergarten spark students’ curiosity and natural sense of wonder with a play-based, inquiry-centred learning philosophy in a dynamic classroom.
The golf event provides direct assistance to Indonesian children in need, with a focus on meeting their basic nutritional, shelter and educational requirements
The school provides an atmosphere where diversity is considered a strength and where differences are seen as assets.
26 Marriott International properties in Indonesia collaborated to raise awareness on education.
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2019 is now underway. NOW! Jakarta asked some of our partners in the diplomatic, education and cultural fields about their hopes for the year ahead.
This year’s objective was to enhance sustainability through biodiversity for food and nutrition, culture, education and tourism.
This effort succeed in securing three full scholarships to support Red Nose Children’s formal education.
Jakarta Aquarium, home to hundreds of mammals, reptiles, insects and various species of Indonesian marine fish, is officially open.
The German School Jakarta, as a non-profit foundation, is officially recognised by the German Government as an “excellent German school abroad”.
Jakarta is the center of music and entertainment. For those who want to learn about music professionally, these schools offer one music education.
Education in Ireland and the Embassy of Ireland invited guests in the field of education to a special networking event at The Sultan Hotel.
David Butcher has been appointed Principal of British School Jakarta (BSJ) this year. NOW! Jakarta spoke to him about his career and his philosophy on education
NOW! Jakarta spoke to ACG Jakarta’s new principal Shawn Hutchinson about his career in education and his plans for the school.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Shane Nathan, Interim Principal of BSJ about the school’s changing demographics and British heritage, as well as its students’ success.
NOW! Jakarta picks 10 education apps which may be useful to support academic performance and improve skills.
Don’t need histarey, jeografy or syence cuz we hv Google. So y r we still sending are kids to skool?
BINUS programmes foster and empower Indonesia with a solid academic foundation at K-12 and university levels.
NOW!JAKARTA spoke to the founder of Taman Bacaan pelangi Nila Tanzil to discuss about building education in Eastern Indonesia through reading acts.
the publisher of NOW!JAKARTA Alistair Speirs talks the importance of education for development of a country.
SIS CEO and founder Jaspal Sidhu learned early in his childhood how education was going to have a significant impact in his life.
ACG School Jakarta is a place where strong qualifications and high professionalism to produce an enduring commitment to an enjoyment of learning.
AIS is optimistic that brick and mortar schools will be intact, so will the overflowing interactions of ideas, spirit and energy.