Jakarta Council (DPRD) Commission E wants government to optimize Jakarta Pintar Card (KJP) Plus program by intensifying its monitoring.
" But it needs further evaluation thus it can run more optimally"
Commission E Deputy Chairman, Ramly H.I. Muhammad conveyed, overall implementation of KJP Plus program is quite good. "But it needs further evaluation thus it can run more optimally," he said, Thursday (5/9).
According to him, Education Department should intensify KJP Plus monitoring thus its benefit can be more on target.
For information, Jakarta Education Department has noted KJP Plus has been distributed to 805,015 students per December 2018. In detail, 59.44 percent of them are studying in public schools and 40.56 percent in private schools.