Held across schools in Medan, Bandung and Jakarta, the roadshow involved over 600 students and teachers who are members of the Global Scale of English Partner School Program.
The key launch event in Jakarta, “Data Driven Decision Making in Education,” highlighted how important the right data is to be making informed choices and improving educational outcomes.
Audiences also learned how many schools across the nation have already mapped Kurikulum Merdeka to the Global Scale of English, acting as a vital data source to measure English proficiency outcomes.
During the events, Mr Mayor explained how more administrators can adopt the Global Scale of English to help lift English in their school.
"The Global Scale of English is a must-have tool to fast-track learner progress,” Mr Mayor said.
"It’s been designed to build learners’ confidence by understanding exactly where they are on their learning journey, setting personalised goals to focus their learning, and accurately measuring their progress.
"It’s the first of its kind. A truly global standard in English language learning."
During the roadshow Pearson announced Ministry of Education consultant and Executive Chair of the Indonesian National Commision for UNESCO Mrs Itje Chodidjah has added another esteemed title to her resume as Global Scale of English Ambassador to Indonesia. A welcome addition to the Pearson Languages team.
The roadshow has proven a huge success, with many more schools signing up to become Global Scale of English partners – and many more are welcome and encouraged to join. Please contact Jason Polim at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.