In cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Educational Testing Service (ETS Global), and the National Exam Agency, the Foundation is piloting TOEFL Junior in all state matura exams for students that elect to test for the B2 level of English as a second language. In an effort to bring in a global standard for English proficiency, TOEFL Junior will be used to substitute the current state exam for those high school graduates that choose to test for B2 level in English. TOEFL Junior, a brand of ETS Global, has a strong reputation, proven methodology, and is recognized in the vast majority of colleges worldwide. One of the greatest accomplishments expected through this project is that students applying for college admissions in English-speaking universities will not have to retest for TOEFL for the B2 level. Post-pilot, AADF expects to extend the TOEFL standard into all matura students, regardless of level of proficiency. It is also part of the post-pilot plan to review curricula, assess teacher proficiency, and conduct capacity building for them through the same standard.