Provision of Data Collection for the Situational Analysis of Learning Gaps and Effect of COVID-19 on Participation in Schooling in Indonesia during 2020/2021 Academic Year

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The Program
Over the past decade, Indonesia has substantially increased its spending on education and now many more millions of children are in school. However, there is still a significant void in knowledge about what teachers in Indonesia are teaching in the classroom, what the primary constraints they face are, and how teaching quality can be more efficiently and effectively improved. The Government of Australia (GOA), through the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), is seeking to assist the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to fill this void by establishing Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI). INOVASI is managed by Palladium on behalf of DFAT, and formally started on 18 January 2016.

In July 2020, a second, integrated phase of INOVASI and the Technical Assistance for Education System Strengthening (TASS) Program will begin. INOVASI Phase I (2016-2020) was focused on understanding how student learning outcomes can be improved in diverse settings across Indonesia. Phase I piloted school-level approaches to strengthen teaching and learning, particularly in early grades. These approaches have successfully raised student learning outcome in partner schools and fostered locally-led reform and innovation. TASS responded effectively to requests for targeted policy advice from national ministry partners, and this support will continue in Phase II under the INOVASI name. The Program will build on Phase I successes and evidence and will support key areas of basic education reform that will most effectively improve student learning, with a focus on: quality of teaching in the classroom, quality of supports for teachers, and learning for all. Examples of policy areas the Program may support are curriculum implementation, student assessment, teacher standards and professional development and school leadership.

As managing contractor for INOVASI, PT Palladium International Indonesia invites reputable and credible organisations to submit tender for the provision of ‘Data Collection for the Situational Analysis of Learning Gaps and Effect of COVID-19 on Participation in Schooling in Indonesia during 2020/2021 Academic Year’.

The tender requirements are specified in the tender documents that can be downloaded on this page.

All interested organization should submit the technical and financial proposal to

The closing date of this tender is on Monday, 15th March 2021, 5 PM Western Indonesia Time. Non-confirming Tender may be rejected.


Jakarta, Indonesia

Closing date:
15 March 2021