"Many of the decisions made in the classrooms will be as important as the decisions made in the cabinet room", says ACICIS Director, Prof David T. Hill, commenting on the future of the bilateral relationship on ABC News 24's 'The World'.
As an Indonesian teacher in Australia, I've developed a bit of an interest in the motivations behind my students and why they're studying the language. I've heard all the official reasons before so am more interested in what students think themselves and the wide variety of personal reasons they have for pursuing the subject. As past students of Indonesian yourselves, it would be appreciated if you could help me form a bigger-picture view of the issue by filling out the short survey below. Hopefully the data will help to inform new Indonesian language students and encourage continuing students to pursue the language through to higher levels of study.
ss / Erin M R McMahon
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