Educating the External Conditions in the Educational and Cultural Environment

Laili Alfita, Anissa Lestari Kadiyono, Phong Thanh Nguyen, Winci Firdaus, Ismail Suardi Wekke


Educational and cultural development is strongly influenced by external conditions such as social, cultural, economic, technological, and political. So, there is a strong need to educate their effect. Some of the effects of external conditions on education and culture can be explained. a higher population puts Indonesia in an increasingly important position in the global arena. In Indonesia, this wonder happens in light of the fact that the procedure of statistic progress that created since a couple of years back was quickened by our accomplishment in diminishing fruitfulness rates, improving the nature of wellbeing and the achievement of improvement programs since the New Order time as of recently. Along these lines, Indonesia has a statistic reward which is a reward or opportunity (fateful opening) appreciated by a nation because of the huge extent of the beneficial populace (age extend 15-64 years) in the development of the populace it encounters. At that point a parameter called "reliance proportion", which is the proportion that shows the correlation among beneficial and non-gainful age gatherings. This proportion likewise shows what number of inefficient individuals whose lives must be borne by the gainful age gathering. The lower the dependency ratio of a country, the more the country is to get a demographic bonus as future development capital.

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