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Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim said that flood-affected teachers will be provided with special allowance for three months.
College students from BEM SI planned to stage a demonstration in front of Merdeka State Palace today afternoon to commemorate the anti-corruption day.
PISA is the real confirmation on the literacy problem which we know all too well says Education Minister Nadiem Makarim.
Secondary-school students and retirees joined forces to protest in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Setara Institute deputy head Bonar Tigor said his agency agreed with the school's decision to expel students who declined to salute the national flag.
The Sragen Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) confirmed that the storm caused the collapse of a pavilion-like structure at the SMK 1 high school.
Some anti-government protesters trapped inside a Hong Kong university on Wednesday tried to flee through the sewers.
The Southeast Sulawesi Police confirmed that cow dung had been thrown at their personnel taking guard in the students protest in Kendari on Monday.
Students joining the street protest on Monday demanded the government take responsibility for the death of five during the rally at DPR last September
AJI Jakarta is set to join the students' long march in Central Jakarta on the Youth Pledge Day.
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin called on students to participate in combating ideas or ideologies that could destruct Indonesia, including radicalism.
Hundreds of students of the Indonesian Students Executive Boards' Alliance (BEM SI) staged a demonstration today, October 21.
The state palace witnesses a face-off between female students and policewomen.
Jakarta Police Traffic Directorate has applied traffic engineering in front of DPR building in anticipation of Street protests on Thursday, Oct. 17
National Association of University Students' Executive Bodies (BEM-SI) announced it will yet again take to the streets slated on Thursday.
Unhas BEM president Fatir Kasim deemed South Sulawesi Police had provoked students to stage a protest ahead of the presidential inauguration.
KontraS urged the Indonesian Police (Polri) to initiate legal process against police officers, who shot dead two university students.
An analyst, Stanislaus Riyanta, says there are other methods in securing the president's inauguration other than banning student rally.
The National Police are urged to reveal the identities of those under arrest following the students' protests at the House of Representatives (DPR).
The police claimed they have released most of the 519 people arrested during the student protest on Sept. 30-Oct. 1.