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Indonesia's school system ranked among lowest globally

At No 72 out of 130 nations, Indonesia's shortage of skilled workers could put brakes on future growth

Jakarta

HEADING into the final year of his undergraduate degree in computer science Diky Arga, 21, could sense that his studies weren't preparing him for the sorts of jobs he wanted after graduation.

His programme at a university in Semarang followed an outdated curriculum that

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