Jayapura, Jubi – The head of Education and Culture in Papua, Elias Wonda, said the majority of non- formal educational institutions in Papua Province have not been accredited, raising doubts about the quality of education offered.
“Hopefully with the formation of Accreditation Working Group, the accreditation process can be done,” Elias Wonda told Jubi in Jayapura city on last week.
He said he hoped, after accreditation, the non- formal education can produce quality workforce to develop Papua.
For information, on the begining of this month, Papua Provincial Government Accreditation Working Group inaugurated the Non-Formal Education in the city of Jayapura.
In the inauguration, the chairman of the National Accreditation Board of Education Non Formal (BAN-PNF) Center, Boedi Darma Sidi hoped the formation of the Working Group (WG) of Accreditation of Non Formal Education in Papua Province is able to improve the quality of education in the province Papua, particularly the field of Non-Formal Education, “said Boedi Darma Sidi in Jayapura on Saturday (09/12/2015). (Munir/ Tina)