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  • ccde banda aceh
    Pak Fahturahman Yth, Saya sangat khawatir kalau dana utang itu digunakan untuk teachers improvement program bila tidak digunakan secara efektif dan effiesien.
    Message 1 of 9 , Aug 9 2:17 AM
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      Pak Fahturahman Yth,
      Saya sangat khawatir kalau dana utang itu digunakan untuk teachers
      improvement program bila tidak digunakan secara efektif dan effiesien.
      Soalnya selama ini untukmebayar hutang luar negeri, kita selalu menunggu
      kerelaan hati negera penghutang untuk debtswap. Untung saja Jerman mau
      melakukan debtswap. nah, kalau World Bank? Wah semakin berat beban hutang
      bangsa kita.

      Salam

      Tabrani Yunis


      On 8/8/07, Fahturahman <fahturahman@...> wrote:
      >
      > Dear P.Oppung,
      >
      > Kalau lihat jumlahnya (86 million) saya ragu kalau itu Grant (hibah),
      > saya yakin kalau 'bantuan' itu berupa Loan (hutang) yg tetap harus
      > dibayar oleh anak cucu.
      >
      > Biasanya lembaga semacam World Bank hanya kasih hibah utk technical
      > assistance saja dan itupun sebagian besar berupa biaya upah expart yg
      > lagi-lagi diambil dari tenaga asing dan jumlahnya tdak akan sampai 86
      > juta. Kalau Grant paling banyak 1-2 juta dollar malah seringan
      > jumlahnya berkisar ratusan ribu saja, nah projectnya (follow up dari
      > TA) nanti berupa loan. He..hee Smart khan ? Anak cucu kita bayarin
      > gaji pacarnya Paul W.
      >
      > Kalau besar bunganya biasanya standar, yg perlu diperhatikan adalah
      > covenant-covenant yg harus kita ikuti. Biasanya terletak dibelakang
      > loan agreement. Nah ini yg sering terabaikan oleh pihak-pihak yg
      > bernegosiasi. Apakah covenant tsb punya justifikasi pendidikan yg
      > reasonable. Atau malah jangan-jangan akan merusak sistem yg sudah ada
      > (tentu saja yg baiknya).
      >
      > Model reasoning nya udah dari dulu kayak gitu. Saya kurang tahu
      > programnya nanti kayak apa, mudah-mudahan banyak pihak yg belajar dari
      > pengalaman-pengalaman yg dulu dan tidak mengulangi kesalahan yg sama.
      >
      > salam
      >
      > fr
      >
      > --- In cfbe@yahoogroups.com <cfbe%40yahoogroups.com>, "oppung" <bag@...>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > maaf, rekans,
      > >
      > > saya agak kurang paham, yang dimaksud support di bawah ini
      > > HUTANG, atau hibah?
      > >
      > > jika hutang, bunga per tahunnya berapa?
      > > jika hibah, kewajiban kita apa?
      > >
      > > kita sering sekali (atau mereka?) mengaburkan pengertian bantuan.
      > > maksudnya hutang atau hibah?
      > >
      > > mohon pencerahan.
      > >
      > > salam,
      > > oppung
      > >
      > > ----- Original Message -----
      > > From: KIDYOTI
      > > To: cfbe@yahoogroups.com <cfbe%40yahoogroups.com>
      > > Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 6:17 AM
      > > Subject: [cfbe] Fw: [i-s] World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher
      > Improvement Program through New US$86 mi
      > >
      > >
      > > ----- Original Message -----
      > > From: John MacDougall
      > > To: indonesian-studies@yahoogroups.com<indonesian-studies%40yahoogroups.com>
      > > Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 6:09 AM
      > > Subject: [i-s] World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher Improvement
      > Program through New US$86 mi
      > >
      > >
      >
      > http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/COUNTRIES/EASTASIAPACIFICEXT/INDONESIAEXTN/0,,contentMDK:21400192~menuPK:224605~pagePK:2865066~piPK:2865079~theSitePK:226309,00.html?cid=EXTEAPMonth1
      > >
      > > World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher Improvement Program
      > through New US$86 million Program
      > >
      > > Available in: Bahasa (Indonesian)
      > >
      > >
      > > Press Release No:2007/011/EAP
      > >
      > > Contacts
      > >
      > > In Jakarta: Prabha Chandran/Achmad Sukarsono
      > >
      > > Tel: (62 21) 5299-3084.3259; pchandran@..., ! asukarsono@...
      > >
      > > JAKARTA, 7 July, 2007 -- The World Bank Board yesterday approved
      > US$ 86 million in support of the Government's plan to improve the
      > skills and performance of teachers, widely recognized as a key
      > challenge to improving education standards in Indonesian schools. The
      > Better Education through Reformed Management and Universal Teacher
      > Upgrading Project (BERMUTU) broadly supports the Government's December
      > 2005 Teacher Law which aims to improve the qualifications and class
      > room performance of Indonesia's 2.7 million teachers, who make up at
      > least 70 per cent of the country's civil service.
      > >
      > > The program will address critical challenges in Indonesia's
      > education system, reflected most sharply in recent studies which show
      > Indonesian students score less in scholastic tests like maths and
      > reading, then those in other countries - even after taking family
      > socio-economic status into account. To respond to some of the reasons
      > for this poor performance, BERMUTU will help the Government in
      > specific areas:
      > >
      > > a.. At present only half of Indonesian students are taught by
      > teachers with a university degree. The program will support reforms
      > for university-based teacher education, build capacity of the national
      > accreditation board, provide incentives to universities to train
      > teachers through distance learning and scholarship programs.
      > >
      > > b.. Teacher absenteeism is another reason students do not learn. A
      > multi-country survey found that Indonesian teachers were absent at a
      > rate higher than five of the eight countries surveyed. Therefore,
      > reforming procedures for teacher accountability and policy incentives
      > that promote performance and career advancement will be an important
      > component of this program.
      > >
      > > c.. One reason for teacher absenteeism is low salaries which drive
      > many to pick up second jobs. A study shows that primary school
      > teachers in the Philippines and Thailand earns over twice as much (as
      > a proportion of GDP per capita) as Indonesian teachers. The new
      > Program will help local government's upgrade systems for improving
      > teacher's skills so that they are qualified to earn higher salaries as
      > per the new Teacher Law. Over the next five years the Program hopes to
      > double the number of teachers with the new standards mandated by the
      > Teacher law to over two million.
      > >
      > > d.. The fourth component of the program will be improvement of the
      > monitoring and evaluation system through development of an improved
      > teacher's database and a range of research and evaluation studies to
      > document the effects of the project on teaching standards and
      > performance of students.
      > > "The World Bank's commitment to help Government improve education
      > in Indonesia has involved a series of projects since the `90s, which
      > have helped the country reach the goal of universal basic education,"
      > says World Bank Country Director Joachim von Amsberg. "While building
      > schools and providing text books is important, the essence of learning
      > is the transmission of knowledge from teacher to student. We are
      > particularly happy to be supporting the government in this."
      > >
      > > The Bank is currently supporting two other projects in the
      > education sector, The US$ 67.5 Early Childhood Education and
      > Development Program which targets children of 0-6 year old age in the
      > poorest districts and the US$ 80 million Higher Education program. As
      > in the case of these programs, a large part of the BERMUTU loan, US$
      > 61.5 million, consists of an International Development Agency credit
      > which is an interest free loan payable over 20 years with a grace
      > period of 5 years. In addition, the Government of Netherlands has
      > given a grant of US$ 52 million for the Program.
      > >
      > > ###
      > >
      > >
      > > For more information, please visit the Projects website.
      > >
      > > Permanent URL for this page: http://go.worldbank.org/IX50Y1DQK0
      > >
      > > [
      > > .
      > >
      > >
      > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      > >
      >
      >
      >



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      Director
      Center for Community Development and Education (CCDE)
      Jl. Tgk.Chik Lr. E.No.18 Beurawe
      PO. Box 141 Banda Aceh 23001
      Indonesia
      Telp. +62 651 7428446
      Fax. +62 651 34475
      Email. ccde.aceh@...
      Web : www.ccde.or.id


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    • Debiyani Tedjalaksana, S.H
      Pak Tabrani, itulah sulitnya di negeri ini yaitu membedakan mana hutang dan bukan. Sejak jaman si mbah kan hutang LN dikatakan bantuan, akibatnya
      Message 2 of 9 , Aug 9 2:42 AM
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        Pak Tabrani, itulah sulitnya di negeri ini yaitu membedakan mana hutang dan bukan. Sejak jaman si mbah kan hutang LN dikatakan bantuan, akibatnya penggunaannyapun suka suka, lha wong dikasih bantuan kok!, terus kalau ada yg ditangkap dikatakan diamankan ! Lha enak kan dijaga aparat biar aman ! He he.
        Salam, Debby
        -----Original Mail-----
        From: ccde banda aceh
        Sent: Kamis, 09 Agustus 2007 15.39
        To: cfbe@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: Re: [cfbe] Fw: [i-s] World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher Improvement Program through New US$86 mi

        Pak Oppung
        Pertanyaan kita sama. Saya juga bertanya apakah bantuan itu hibah atau
        hutang?
        kalau hutang, sebaiknya jangan lagi dibebaani rakyat dengan beban hutang
        atas nama pendidikan itu.
        Untuk apa bantuan, kalau nanti hanya menambah penderitaan rakyat.

        Salam

        Tabrani Yunis


        On 8/5/07, oppung <bag@...> wrote:
        >
        > maaf, rekans,
        >
        > saya agak kurang paham, yang dimaksud support di bawah ini
        > HUTANG, atau hibah?
        >
        > jika hutang, bunga per tahunnya berapa?
        > jika hibah, kewajiban kita apa?
        >
        > kita sering sekali (atau mereka?) mengaburkan pengertian bantuan.
        > maksudnya hutang atau hibah?
        >
        > mohon pencerahan.
        >
        > salam,
        > oppung
        >
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: KIDYOTI
        > To: cfbe@yahoogroups.com <cfbe%40yahoogroups.com>
        > Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 6:17 AM
        > Subject: [cfbe] Fw: [i-s] World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher
        > Improvement Program through New US$86 mi
        >
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: John MacDougall
        > To: indonesian-studies@yahoogroups.com<indonesian-studies%40yahoogroups.com>
        > Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 6:09 AM
        > Subject: [i-s] World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher Improvement Program
        > through New US$86 mi
        >
        >
        > http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/COUNTRIES/EASTASIAPACIFICEXT/INDONESIAEXTN/0,,contentMDK:21400192~menuPK:224605~pagePK:2865066~piPK:2865079~theSitePK:226309,00.html?cid=EXTEAPMonth1
        >
        > World Bank Supports Indonesia's Teacher Improvement Program through New
        > US$86 million Program
        >
        > Available in: Bahasa (Indonesian)
        >
        > Press Release No:2007/011/EAP
        >
        > Contacts
        >
        > In Jakarta: Prabha Chandran/Achmad Sukarsono
        >
        > Tel: (62 21) 5299-3084.3259; pchandran@...<pchandran%40worldbank.org>,
        > ! asukarsono@... <asukarsono%40wordbank.org>
        >
        > JAKARTA, 7 July, 2007 -- The World Bank Board yesterday approved US$ 86
        > million in support of the Government's plan to improve the skills and
        > performance of teachers, widely recognized as a key challenge to improving
        > education standards in Indonesian schools. The Better Education through
        > Reformed Management and Universal Teacher Upgrading Project (BERMUTU)
        > broadly supports the Government's December 2005 Teacher Law which aims to
        > improve the qualifications and class room performance of Indonesia's 2.7million teachers, who make up at least 70 per cent of the country's civil
        > service.
        >
        > The program will address critical challenges in Indonesia's education
        > system, reflected most sharply in recent studies which show Indonesian
        > students score less in scholastic tests like maths and reading, then those
        > in other countries - even after taking family socio-economic status into
        > account. To respond to some of the reasons for this poor performance,
        > BERMUTU will help the Government in specific areas:
        >
        > a.. At present only half of Indonesian students are taught by teachers
        > with a university degree. The program will support reforms for
        > university-based teacher education, build capacity of the national
        > accreditation board, provide incentives to universities to train teachers
        > through distance learning and scholarship programs.
        >
        > b.. Teacher absenteeism is another reason students do not learn. A
        > multi-country survey found that Indonesian teachers were absent at a rate
        > higher than five of the eight countries surveyed. Therefore, reforming
        > procedures for teacher accountability and policy incentives that promote
        > performance and career advancement will be an important component of this
        > program.
        >
        > c.. One reason for teacher absenteeism is low salaries which drive many to
        > pick up second jobs. A study shows that primary school teachers in the
        > Philippines and Thailand earns over twice as much (as a proportion of GDP
        > per capita) as Indonesian teachers. The new Program will help local
        > government's upgrade systems for improving teacher's skills so that they are
        > qualified to earn higher salaries as per the new Teacher Law. Over the next
        > five years the Program hopes to double the number of teachers with the new
        > standards mandated by the Teacher law to over two million.
        >
        > d.. The fourth component of the program will be improvement of the
        > monitoring and evaluation system through development of an improved
        > teacher's database and a range of research and evaluation studies to
        > document the effects of the project on teaching standards and performance of
        > students.
        > "The World Bank's commitment to help Government improve education in
        > Indonesia has involved a series of projects since the `90s, which have
        > helped the country reach the goal of universal basic education," says World
        > Bank Country Director Joachim von Amsberg. "While building schools and
        > providing text books is important, the essence of learning is the
        > transmission of knowledge from teacher to student. We are particularly happy
        > to be supporting the government in this."
        >
        > The Bank is currently supporting two other projects in the education
        > sector, The US$ 67.5 Early Childhood Education and Development Program
        > which targets children of 0-6 year old age in the poorest districts and the
        > US$ 80 million Higher Education program. As in the case of these programs, a
        > large part of the BERMUTU loan, US$ 61.5 million, consists of an
        > International Development Agency credit which is an interest free loan
        > payable over 20 years with a grace period of 5 years. In addition, the
        > Government of Netherlands has given a grant of US$ 52 million for the
        > Program.
        >
        > ###
        >
        > For more information, please visit the Projects website.
        >
        > Permanent URL for this page: http://go.worldbank.org/IX50Y1DQK0
        >
        > [
        > .
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
        >
        >



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        =============================
        Director
        Center for Community Development and Education (CCDE)
        Jl. Tgk.Chik Lr. E.No.18 Beurawe
        PO. Box 141 Banda Aceh 23001
        Indonesia
        Telp. +62 651 7428446
        Fax. +62 651 34475
        Email. ccde.aceh@...
        Web : www.ccde.or.id


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