Thank you for your post. Could you provide any national statistics that could put the performance of this school into a broader context? Such as (i) how many schools are there in Indonesia, and how many are operated on a "school-based management" basis? (ii) does Indonesia track performance in math, reading, etc, and if so how do the students in "school-based management" institutions compare to those in traditional schools? Again thank you for this thought-provoking piece. I look forward to more information on the topic.