Thursday, October 8, 2009


On Saturday, September 26th, I left Bandung for Dwiwarna with my counterpart, Susi. She is the vice principal at the school responsible for administering the English program, and as my counterpart she is my go-to contact at the school. Dwiwarna means two colors, the red and white of the Indonesian flag. It is a private boarding school with students from all over Indonesia. Students from places as far as the Maluku Islands and Papua come here, many for free on government scholarships. Most, however, are privileged. On the surface Dwiwarna resembles an American private school, with small classes (10-14) and large, resource-rich campus:

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