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Appreciating the Government’s Steps to Improve the Quality of Education in the Papua Special Region


The New Autonomous Region (DOB) of Papua has become the center of attention with efforts to improve the quality of education. In recent years, the Papuan Special Region community has witnessed positive changes in the education system and fully appreciates the steps taken by the government to improve the education system and improve the quality of education in the Papua region.

The government is trying to accelerate development in four New Autonomous Regions or new autonomous regions in Papua. Acceleration was carried out, among other things, by building government infrastructure, improving the quality of education, and strengthening security for civilians.

Education is the main foundation of a country’s development. In the Papua Special Region, the government understands the importance of quality education to create a future generation that is competent and highly competitive. Various initiatives have been taken to improve the quality of education in the Papua region and the community has responded positively to these efforts.

The Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia, Ma’ruf Amin, asked the Ministry of Education and Culture to encourage improving the quality of education in the 4 new autonomous regions (DOB) of Papua and highly appreciate the steps to make teachers have the status of civil servants.

Apart from that, Vice President Ma’ruf asked the Minister of PUPR, the Minister of ATR/Head of BPN, along with the Regional Governments of the 4 DOBs to immediately complete the land acquisition process until the status is clean and clear and to utilize the exposure agenda effectively to ensure readiness criteria , land development and procurement implementation. goods and services. Identify data regarding supporting infrastructure needs, for example raw water needs, electricity and telecommunications networks, waste disposal facilities, energy needs and so on.

Previously, economic conditions, culture and geographical accessibility were limitations for many children in the eastern region of Indonesia from getting even basic education, because they experienced economic limitations and difficulties so they were unable to send their children to school. With DOB, equitable infrastructure development can provide fast steps for Papuan people to get good access to adequate educational infrastructure.

One of the significant steps taken by the government is increasing access to education. By building more schools and supporting accessibility, children in the Papua Special Region now have more opportunities to receive quality formal education. The development of educational infrastructure such as modern school buildings and adequate learning facilities has also received praise from the community.

The positive response from society to these government efforts reflects the belief that education is the key to overcoming challenges and building a better future. With continuous support from the government and active community participation, the Papua Special Region has great potential to achieve superior educational standards and empower future generations.

Apart from that, Yapen Karolin, one of the representatives of the Yapen Regency Student Association, said the same thing, saying that DOB is a policy that the community has responded to positively. According to him, development is going well in the era of President Joko Widodo’s leadership.

Seeing the current development of the Papua region, Yapen Karolin also assessed that infrastructure, education and social development of the community has been going quite well and comprehensively throughout the region. DOB can cut gaps and shorten the span of community control. Apart from that, the reach and access to transportation from district to province has improved so that people can easily reach educational infrastructure.

The government will continue to take a welfare approach and a security approach to create a more advanced and prosperous Papua. The entire community fully supports the government’s efforts to advance the quality of education for the people of Papua.

Bernolpus Welerubun, Principal of the YPPK Waonaripi Tiga Raja Mimika Elementary School, stated that he fully supports the expansion of new autonomous regions in Papua. The reason is, this expansion is important in improving the welfare of society and more specifically in the education sector.

The existence of this new autonomous region can certainly pay more serious attention to the education sector, more attention must be paid to teaching staff who teach in remote areas and supporting facilities because this is a major part of educational success. Current education must be modified according to the times, which is more about the approach towards students.

The success of these educational programs cannot be separated from the active participation of the community. Parents, community leaders and local communities together support the government’s efforts. They are involved in school oversight, support extracurricular activities, and inspire students through their own stories of success. The spirit of mutual cooperation in supporting education has created a positive learning environment and motivated students to achieve their best.

In the future, the greatest hope is to see the young generation of Papua New Zealand emerge as future leaders who are educated and knowledgeable. With a strong education, they will have the opportunity to achieve their dreams, build strong communities, and advance their region.

The steps taken by the government to improve the quality of education in the Papua Special Region have received high appreciation from the public. Through infrastructure development, providing educational personnel, providing the latest curriculum and active community participation, education in this region is increasingly improving. It is hoped that this effort will continue to create an intelligent and high-quality young generation of Papuans.

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