The integration of technology in education has been catalyzed by school closures due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. However, significant gaps exist between stakeholders, policymakers, and practitioners with regard to technological capabilities and their knowledge of how technology may bring positive changes, e.g., help reduce teacher workload, promote differential teaching, and support efficient school management and teacher professional development.
14 October 2021

The SMERU Research Institute aims to hold a policy dialogue on the absorption of the new labor force and vocational high school graduates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

22 June 2021

The enactment of Law No. 11 of 2019 on the Science and Technology National System has shed a light on the development of a research ecosystem in Indonesia, and it is expected that the law can boost the quantity and quality of research in various fields of science.

16 March 2021

One of the efforts to improve The SMERU Research Institute’s real contribution in policy formulation is disseminating information and collaborating with other parties, either with other research institutions or with stakeholders, including nongovernmental organizations (NGO), w

4 March 2021

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has an impact on the economy of households in Indonesia, with 50% of them suffering from financial distress.

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