Category: Education

The Principals of Education: Meet Dr. Stuart Tasker

Dr. Stuart Tasker is an educator who has been an expat for 12 years. In June, he will be moving from Thailand to act as the new Principal of ACG School, Jakarta, an...

Education Begins at Home: Meet Kayti Denham

British educator and activist Kayti Denham inspires her students to learn about the world and the interconnectedness of all things. Kayti is a real multi-tasker, taking...

Government Hopes More Foreign Students Will Study at Indonesian Universities

While education quality remains a problem in Indonesia, the government just made it easier for foreign students to enrol in local universities. In January, the...

Advanced Placement vs. International Baccalaureate – A Parent’s Dilemma

Parents want a non-biased review of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) from the International Baccalaureate Organisation, Genève, Switzerland, and...

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The Teacher Exodus: Why are International School Teachers Leaving?

Teachers come to Indonesia to teach at international schools for a variety of reasons: the opportunity to grow as an educator with many new experiences coupled with a...

OMG Skool is Soooo Yesterday!

These dayz edukashun trewly is a compleet waist of time. Don’t need English anymore cz we alwz abbreviate and every1 understands anyway. Don’t need maths cz we hv...

Bali & Massachusetts: Two School Systems Worlds Apart

Bill Dalton recounts his daughter Aysah’s unique but unenviable opportunity over the past ten years of alternating between two school systems in two separate...

Interning in Paradise | Julie van der Meer Mohr

Julie is Operational Manager of Internship Bali; an agency with a unique approach, placing students and growth-oriented individuals in exciting internships while meeting...

AIS Indonesia: A Lesson in Australian Education

The Australian Independent School (AIS) operates four sites across Indonesia, with over 700 students. Brenton Hall is the Principal of AIS and also serves as Head of...

5 tech Start-ups Looking to Capitalise on Indonesia’s Education Industry

With the power of the Internet, these start-ups are looking to impact Indonesian academia and change the way people approach learning in the archipelago. Indonesia’s...

Let’s Talk About Sex: Are Indonesia’s Youth Ill-Prepared?

Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, is not an advocate for teaching formal sexual education in schools. Instead, sex education is...

Bali’s ROLE Models

The 3rd Annual Bali Women’s Role Model Awards 2014 This year BaliWISE has given skills education to more than fifty women. All proceeds to the event go to support the...

An Adventure of a Lifetime: Red Nose Foundation Goes to Poland

American writer and social activist Helen Keller once said that “Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing at all.” And for six Red Nose Foundation students, all...

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Meet Mike O’Leary

Founder and CEO of ROLE Bali, a non-profit humanitarian organization whose aim is to improve the education, well-being and self reliance of people living in...

Education Guide 2017

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