New York Times in 2011 on World Bank aid to Timor Leste http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/22/world/asia/22iht-timor22.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
"Efforts to support education were unsatisfactory. On the positive side, the bank helped build and repair schools. But, at the request of the new government, which was trying to dismantle the Indonesian education system, it distributed teaching materials in Portuguese. This had been the main language of instruction before the Indonesian occupation, when Timor was a Portuguese colony, and the new government restored it as an official language along with Tetum, an indigenous language. But Portuguese was spoken by only 5 percent of the population, and few younger teachers could understand the materials.". Is this still a problem?