Pakistan’s existing education landscape often neglects our students’ individual development due to an almost complete absence of mentorship programmes.
Nearly four out of five children under the age of 10 in Pakistan struggle to read simple text. At the same time, only 51pc of students can solve a two-digit arithmetic problem.
Over the months, the crisis has gone from bad to worse. Many of the teachers and other employees have been living hand to mouth. Some, including professors, are unable to send their children to school as they cannot afford the fees.
Poor governance and self-serving elites have deprived Pakistan of the chance of becoming an upper-middle income country.
My mom's story is a metaphor, and it represents the apartheid and discrimination that girls face at larger levels in society.
“The safe reopening of schools must be considered an utmost priority for all governments,” says Unicef report.
A narrative that suggests children dropout because they are not learning is not supported by the data.
The govt has decided not to enroll transgender persons in regular schools due to reservations about behaviour of other students.
Insists govt managed to improve standard of education in the province.
Ethical discussions will stay with students longer if connected to the sources that give meaning to their lives.
Two men have been arrested for physically and verbally abusing children with special needs over a petty matter.
AIOU will offer education from matriculation to PhD, as well as vocational training to transgenders across the country.
Students must be allowed to tell their stories over and over again, spamming the world with their voices.
Research programmes at public universities in the country are highly dubious and purely a mockery of research.