Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS May 7, 2020
Disclosed by Bank May 8, 2018
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According to the bank document, the KIAT Guru Remote pilot seeks to improve teacher presence and service performance in remote primary schools by empowering community members and tying payment of Tunjangan Khusus Guru (teacher special allowance-TKG) to either teacher presence or teacher service performance. Based on the findings and lessons learned from KIAT Guru Remote, the World Bank are required to support teacher performance and accountability in urban areas (KIAT Guru Urban), by testing models to tie payment of the much larger Teacher Professional Allowance -TPG with teacher performance.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to improve teacher performance on student learning activities in pilot schools. The Key Results for the PDOs will be measured by the achievement of the following indicators:
1. Technical guidelines implemented by schools.
2. Increased percentage of teacher presence in classrooms.
3. Increased percentage of teacher instructional time in classrooms.
4. Increased percentage of student engagement in classrooms
Indonesia - Program for Community Empowerment US$ 1.20 million
*There is no further information being disclosed at this stage of the project*
Contact: Dewi Susanti
Title: Senior Social Development Spec
Telephone No : 5781+3371 / Email :
Contact: Javier Luque
Title: Senior Education Specialist
Telephone No : 5781+3072 / Email :
Borrower: To Be Determined
3/Implementing Agencies Implementing Agency:
Tim Nasional Percepatan Penanggulangan Kemiskinan (TNP2K)
Contact: Bambang Widianto
Title: Executive Secretary
Telephone No: 628161908422
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Telephone: (202) 473-1000
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