After Partition, Pakistan went through a period of decentralization. That is, power was disbursed to an overseeing capacity instead of locally being implemented. First world countries do that to developing countries.
Do you think that if in order for Pakistan to succeed in education, that power be allocated locally to smaller districts that administers funding, curriculum, teacher training as would fit that community.
Just curious. I would love to read your comments!
How were you educated? At home? In the mosque? In an Oxford school?
When did you know you wanted to become a doctor, lawyer, engineer, or development worker?
I would love to know your thoughts on the education system in Pakistan. From tribal schools to big urban schools. I want to know your experience. If you want to write about it, please do and submit your content to our Editorial Team. But any explanation will do.
I believe that if everyone who liked this post, blog or twitter would work intentionally to improve education in their community, that the impact would be grand and glorious. Let us encourage each other as we move Pakistan towards accomplishing 100% literacy.
When I was writing this book, I ran across a Tribal leader who created a school for the boys and girls of his community. It was very successful and funded solely from his own monies.
Does anyone know of successful Tribal schools that need more media attention? Would love to know!
There are many NGOs in Pakistan that help to increase women’s literacy.
All Pakistan’s Women’s Association
Society for Appraisal and Women Empowerment in Rural Areas
The Hidaya Foundation
Women Industrial and Social Education Society
Zephaniah Free School
What NGOs do you know of? Write to us about it.
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Here is an interesting article that is worth looking at on the status of women education in Pakistan and how it benefits the economy of Pakistan.
Educating Pakistani women achieves economic gain and human development