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.
More information is required to understand the needs of our differently abled children.
The government is seeing the uniformity matter as a means for addressing issues of equity.
Attempts to control every aspect of student life betray a deep distrust of young people.
What promises were made the last time, or the last many times, that custodial deaths occurred?
Businesses require complex contracting. They have a whole range of relationships that they need to forge.
Competence is not just about individuals. It is about organisations and institutions as well.
What will it cost the government to get all children to go to school?
How can parents know how many of their children will survive to adulthood?
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The trials and tribulations of a low-income family in Pakistan.
The government's priorities should be about moving Pakistan towards a sustainable and equitable growth path.
Children should be encouraged to read widely, beyond their assigned curriculum.
An age-based policy will not solve performance-related issues.
Even if universities get to work on raising private funding, it will take years to build a successful campaign.
The HEC is often criticised for focusing on the quantity rather than quality of programmes.
Nabila and Khadija are in trouble. They are at risk of dropping out of school.
Our education sector needs significant improvement. How is this possible without more money?
Millions of educated women are still not in the labour force. Imagine the impact on Pakistan if they were.