Countries like Brazil offer valuable lessons on how to reform an education system.
The losses sustained during school closures and disruption are not recouped easily.
We have to decide which curriculum or examination system is the most appropriate and feasible.
Will the economy grow in the absence of adequate allocations for health and education? Should we allow the ruling elite to indulge
A book of essays inspired by Dr Ishrat Husain’s contributions provides good overviews of Pakistan’s economic situation
Maintaining price stability is especially crucial when the state does not offer any safety net.
There are major issues in education that require the government’s urgent attention.
Trade and budget deficits, symptoms of a deeper malaise at the structural level, cannot be wished away with changes in oil prices.
Children might stay in school thanks to CCTs, but they may not learn enough.
The state needs to do a lot more and a lot better for hearing impaired children.
The amount our universities actually need is well in excess of Rs100bn.
What do we as a nation want to achieve in the education sector over the next decade?
There doesn't seem to be evidence to support PTI supporters' belief that the party will return to power with two-third majority.
There are many issues in education that need the prime minister’s immediate attention.
The unemployment rate will go higher if the number of graduates increase and the quality of education remains the same.
Clearly, RPMs are anticompetitive and they hurt consumer welfare.
It is harder for the politicians to talk about how they improved the quality of education.
Learning does not need to be a process that breaks the spirit of our children.
Why this urge to control and police dress, body, communication and interaction?
Could the government not have found a way to work with Dr Banuri?