Indonesian edtechs attract funding even as students head back to school

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With services that complement and support conventional schools at a fraction of offline tuition cost, edtech companies are likely to continue growing

On March 30, the Indonesian government issued a joint ministerial decree ordering schools that have vaccinated all teachers and staff to reopen immediately. Some schools are already conducting trial runs for face-to-face teaching.Education minister Nadiem Makarim said the government aims for all schools to partially resume face-to-face learning activities by July this year in time for the new academic year. “[In-person learning] might happen twice or three times a week,” Makarim said. “The schools must also enforce strict health and safety protocols during these sessions.”However, the prospect...
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