Children need to learn in a physical environment. How can we keep them safe?
Can universities in Pakistan create value that global players cannot?
Are there limits to how much the price should move when there is a demand or supply shock?
Why do people, even today, think that the threat of Covid-19 is exaggerated?
There is a lot of debate about how universities should reopen under the pandemic.
How do we make policies — and we will need innovative policies — to address vulnerability?
If online classes are to allow students to learn, households need to develop SOPs.
Our online teaching practices vary with the needs of each course.
Access is, in fact, the most straightforward of issues to address right now.
The HEC and most universities are already looking at online teaching as an alternative.
A new book argues that well-designed and implemented public policies can indeed have significant impacts in reducing
All these recent movements ask for rights that are enshrined in the basic document of the country.
So, it seems, satisfaction with macro-level indicators can coexist with micro-level misery.
Even before the cuts, the approved funds were less than what the HEC had asked for
If there are no opportunities for the youth of today, how can they become the leaders of tomorrow?
The FBR tax shortfall is not good news; it means that further adjustments might be made.
The government will have to pursue policies that limit the impact of structural adjustments.
Students dropping out of university today are not likely to return to their education tomorrow.
Governments have been unable to deliver a coherent policy to prioritise education under austerity.
Students’ thinking remains in silos, and these silos tend to be quite narrow.