FOREIGN LANGUAGE PLANNING AND POLICY IN INDONESIA: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES

M. Kharis, Suwarno Imam Samsul, Mintowati Mintowati, Anas Ahmadi

Abstract


Studies on foreign language planning and policy are still scarce because their determination is a complex process and related to various forces and interests. Foreign languages become international communication and a medium of intellectual and social actualization. However, foreign language competences are still a problem for most academics for international publication. Thus, policies and planning for foreign language are essential requirements to answer the challenges of this era and in the context of self-development.

Keywords: Planning, policy, foreign language learning


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