Schools lack computers for computer-based exams
Moses Ompusunggu and Apriadi Gunawan
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia is hoping that, by 2019, all schools in the country will hold computer-based national exams (CBT), which officials claim are less prone to cheating — a rampant practice that is believed by many to be a seed of corruption. However, one thing is missing at many schools: Computers.
When senior high school students nationwide sat their national exams from Monday to Thursday of last ...
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