Faisal Bari

Disruptions to learning

Disruptions to learning

Parents are being forced to cut back on educating their children, especially daughters. Published 16 Oct, 2020 07:46am
Women in the informal sector

Women in the informal sector

While Covid-19 increased financial pressures, it also reduced women’s ability to leave their homes. Updated 18 Sep, 2020 07:58am
Online teaching

Online teaching

What was once confined to a room can now be opened up to the world. Published 04 Sep, 2020 07:27am
Support for teachers

Support for teachers

The need to adapt to the pandemic will continue to place heavy demands on educators. Published 21 Aug, 2020 06:49am
Beyond the content

Beyond the content

Can the SNC really achieve its purported goal of reducing inequity in education? Published 07 Aug, 2020 07:39am
Reopening schools

Reopening schools

Children need to learn in a physical environment. How can we keep them safe? Published 24 Jul, 2020 07:36am
Prices and markets

Prices and markets

Are there limits to how much the price should move when there is a demand or supply shock? Published 26 Jun, 2020 07:29am
Epistemic myopia

Epistemic myopia

Why do people, even today, think that the threat of Covid-19 is exaggerated? Published 12 Jun, 2020 07:19am
Reopening universities

Reopening universities

There is a lot of debate about how universities should reopen under the pandemic. Published 29 May, 2020 06:32am
Relief & rehabilitation

Relief & rehabilitation

How do we make policies — and we will need innovative policies — to address vulnerability? Published 15 May, 2020 06:40am
The uneven playing field

The uneven playing field

If online classes are to allow students to learn, households need to develop SOPs. Published 01 May, 2020 04:59am
The experience so far

The experience so far

Our online teaching practices vary with the needs of each course. Published 17 Apr, 2020 06:07am
Online learning

Online learning

Access is, in fact, the most straightforward of issues to address right now. Published 03 Apr, 2020 06:52am
Education: looking forward

Education: looking forward

The HEC and most universities are already looking at online teaching as an alternative. Published 20 Mar, 2020 07:15am
NON-FICTION: UNEQUAL LIVES

NON-FICTION: UNEQUAL LIVES

A new book argues that well-designed and implemented public policies can indeed have significant impacts in reducing Published 15 Mar, 2020 08:40am
Challenging interests

Challenging interests

All these recent movements ask for rights that are enshrined in the basic document of the country. Updated 06 Mar, 2020 08:25am
Something’s got to give

Something’s got to give

So, it seems, satisfaction with macro-level indicators can coexist with micro-level misery. Published 21 Feb, 2020 07:06am