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Then in the late 1970s all fees for the lower primary grades were eliminated, and the government made up the loss of revenue with extra funds to the schools. However, the practice of charging special fees had become so ingrained that in some schools headmasters and teachers continued the practice despite government regulations forbidding it. Consequently, determining the cost of schooling in Indonesia, as in the other ASEAN countries, is not yet a precise art. The factors affecting the financing picture are still too variable.
In some cases, the obvious advantages of the others' culture are sufficient to effect its willing adoption. For instance, in Indonesia two or three centuries ago the superiority of printing books with movable type on paper over writing on palm leaves with a stylus was sufficiently apparent to eliminate the production of palm-leaf learning materials. The advantages of television over newspapers and word-of-mouth as a medium of entertainment, news dissemination, and instruction have made it a rapidly adopted technology throughout the ASEAN region in less than two decades.
Using this source, we learn that in the mid-1970s the largest portion of a national budget devoted to education was in Malaysia (21 percent), slightly less in Thailand (19 percent), still less in the Philippines (15 percent, down from 29 percent a decade earlier), and 13 percent in Singapore. When these amounts are expressed as numbers of United States dollar per capita devoted to education, we discover that Singapore devoted $73 per citizen of public funds for education, Malaysia 36 Ways to View Schooling in ASEAN Countries $32, Thailand $7, and the Philippines $6.