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 Indonesia Allows Limited Face-to-Face Classes For 2021 – 2022 Academic Year

Indonesia Allows Limited Face-to-Face Classes For 2021 – 2022 Academic Year

Indonesia will allow schools to open for limited capacity face-to-face classes in July 2021, the start of the 2021-2022 academic year
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 Indonesia Highlights: 81 Rohingya Refugees Stranded in Indonesia's Aceh Province |  Jakarta’s Deputy Governor Takes Cautious Approach to Face-to-Face Classes | Surveillance Cameras Catch Sight of Mys

Indonesia Highlights: 81 Rohingya Refugees Stranded in Indonesia's Aceh Province | Jakarta’s Deputy Governor Takes Cautious Approach to Face-to-Face Classes | Surveillance Cameras Catch Sight of Mys

A group of 81 Rohingya refugees managed to make their way to the Indonesian province of Aceh after a stormy 113-day voyage
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 Indonesia Deemed to be Ready For Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

Indonesia Deemed to be Ready For Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

Indonesian Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology Nadiem Makarim announced that Indonesia's schools are ready to hold classes
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Government Advises Schools in Indonesia to Immediately Begin Limited Face-to-Face Learning

Government Advises Schools in Indonesia to Immediately Begin Limited Face-to-Face Learning

Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim has recommended schools across the country to partially reopen for face-to-face learning.
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 Jakarta to Start Trial Runs for Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

Jakarta to Start Trial Runs for Face-to-Face Classes in Schools

The Jakarta provincial administration will start limited face-to-face classes between April 7 to 29, three months the government authorized the move
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