Improving the Quality of Higher Education to the Indonesian Golden Awakening Generation
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Indonesia has experienced a period of success in education with a Gross Participation Rate (GER) in higher education is expected to increase approximately 0.75% every year from 2008. Nowadays Indonesia has been facing an extra demographic phase (2025-2035) where the number of productive age is more than non-productive age. Some special attention has been given by the government particularly the ministry of education and culture to prepare the demographic dividend through guidance to develop a civil society. The nation's best quality is mainly generated from the appropriate education quality and good character. The education that builds faith and piety as well as science and technology will eventually shape the nation strong character and globally competitive. The guiding and training to build the character of civil society needs competent educators and good management of the leaders in each college by requiring quality culture. The educator should be competent in civil personality, social, professionals in the field of knowledge, combined with the activity of Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi, and the competence of educating and teaching (pedagogic). In addition, the educator should have a commitment to the institution or college. The leadership which is committed to a culture of quality and entrepreneurship character should be attached to every University leader.
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