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Title: indonesia national curriculum reform in the context of standard-based education: policy and implementation
Authors: Bahrul Hayat
Keywords: curriculum reform;education standard;assessment;competence;policy analysis
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: TARBIYA: Journal of Education in Muslim Society
Abstract: Curriculum reform plays an essential role in assuring the success of systematic educational change. The purpose of this study is to portray the government policy and the issues of the Curriculum 2013 implementation. This study employed qualitative methodology using document analysis, observation and Focused Group Discussion (FGD) as data collection techniques. The results of this study show that the curricula philosophy of curriculum reform was well-articulated and relevant to meet the requirements of twenty-first century learning competencies. However, the curricula implementation process faced substantial challenges with technical problems regarding the national standards of education document, teacher training and competences, the availability of school textbooks, and classroom assessment implementation. The findings of this study have several implications for implementing the national curriculum in Indonesia. Therefore, alignment between the national standards of education document, the curriculum structure, and the assessment system is required in order to ensure the successful implementation of Curriculum 2013 throughout the nation.
ISSN: 2442-9848
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