Open education can address Indonesia's educational inequalities - Opinion - The Jakarta Post
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"On the other hand, in Indonesia, as in other developing countries, there is lingering concern over the "colonization of pedagogical practices”, where "valuable knowledge" is the one produced by "foreign" knowledge producers -- legitimate, national curriculum producers or scholars from developed nations. Such a mindset is also reflected in our awe over high ranks in international league tables such as the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). We also place high prominence on publishing of scholarly work in international journals – which is indeed necessary, but we pay scant attention to inequities in education...."