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An Investigation into the Teacher Deployment and Teacher Continuing Professional Development Programs in Indonesia

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Description:Indonesia has a large teacher deployment issue characterized by an undersupply of civil service teachers; an abundance of temporary teachers leading to an oversupply of teachers (evidenced by a national primary-level pupil-teacher ratio of 16 to 1); and a mal-distribution of civil service teachers among urban and rural schools, with an oversupply of such teachers in urban schools and an undersupply in rural schools. To help address this issue, USAID PRIORITAS worked with the Ministry of Education and Culture (MOEC) to develop the teacher deployment program (TDP).
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