Schools and government offices will open at half past five in the morning What is Indonesia’s Dawn School Trial | Education News

Then the governor of East Nusa Thangara province has a feeling – it is not enough for children to learn such things, they need a little more ‘discipline’. He found a way around it. Let the children wake up early in the morning and let the classes start at half past five in the morning. And so the ‘revolutionary’ change was initiated by Governor Victor Lyscodet. What is the result? The ‘Suprabhata’ school scheme is a hotly debated topic in Indonesia. This has also led to the re-emergence of discussions about school hours, including in India. Most of the schools in our country, which usually start at nine or ten, even if they plan to change that time to seven or eight, there is a buzz of discussion. The problem is not only for the children, but also for the family. Mothers have to wake up at 4 or 5 in the morning to drop off their child on the school bus at 8 o’clock. The situation is no different in Indonesia. In that case, there is no need to talk about the situation when the classes start at half past five! Why was such a school reform (The dawn school trial) brought in Indonesia? What are the subsequent events? Is there a relationship between school hours and children’s learning and discipline? Let’s check in detail…