BANDUNG-Department of Education (Disdik) West Java (Jabar) continues to make data collection of educational facilities. That was damaged by Friday's earthquake last weekend.
Head Disdik Jabar Ahmad Hadadi said, there are at least more than 40 school buildings (SMA / SMK) damaged by the earthquake.
"About 11 schools are reported to be seriously damaged, the rest is light, we are evaluating and what measures to improve it," Hadadi said at Haris Hotel, Bandung, Monday (18/12).
He said the funding will be made through the budget from the region or APBD, APBN and CSR companies. If all come down to help then the repair process can be done immediately. Because this will be a priority scale of Disdik Jabar.
Meanwhile, for damaged schools, most are in Tasikmalaya.
According to him students still carry out teaching and learning activities by using public places or buildings owned by the local government.
"Learning activities must keep going," he said. Jo