Denmark and Indonesia cooperate to improve student skills

Indonesia is establishing a cooperation with Denmark to improve scientific and mathematical skills of Indonesian teachers and students.

Photo: Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia

The cooperation was explored during the visit of the Danish Ambassador to Indonesia, Rasmus Abildgaard Kristensen, at the Office of the Ministry of Education and Culture in Jakarta on 14 November, according to Netral News.

“The opportunity for cooperation between Indonesia and Denmark includes learning management of both public and private schools, developing skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics,” said the Indonesian Minister of Education, Muhadjir Effendy.

The collaboration also includes training and exchange of teachers and students including improving skills in creative learning skills of students in early childhood.

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