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educational challenges in Pakistan

The State of Learning in Pakistan: A Tale of Denial and Urgent Reformation

The true nature of learning ‘anything’ in Pakistan is far grim, let alone the modern education standards. As a matter of fact, the overall learning attitude is nothing short of a horror story. People seem to be in a continual denial of the reality and let their children waste their time in their most prime time of learning in this…
Implementation of Article 25A in Pakistan

Education: A moment for introspection and taking action

On April 19, 2010, the Constitution Act also known as the Eighteenth Amen­dment, received the assent of then President Asif Ali Zardari and was promulgated the following day. One of the monumental changes introduced by the 18th amendment was Article 25-A, that propagated a child’s “right to education.” It reads,…

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