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Govt accepts responsibility for teachers’ shortage

Monday, February 04, 2013 - Karachi—Secretary Education, Fazal Ullah Pechoho, has said that it was the government’s responsibility to make sure about enough teachers to teach the children. Presiding as the chief guest at the event of Regional Launch of Annual Status of Education Provincial Report (ASER) 2012 issued jointly by South Asia Forum for Education Development (SAFED), Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA, Foundation Open Society Institute, Department for International Development, British Council, National Commission for Human Development, Sindh Education Foundation, Health & Nutrition Development Society (HANDS) and Oxfam/Novib in Sindh to share findings of survey with those concerned, he said that the issue to focus on was the management of teachers.

'32 percent of children aged 6-16 years in Sindh don't go to schools'

s many as 32 percent school-going age (6-16) children of Sindh are out of schools and two in every five children from Class-V cannot read the text course of Class-II in Urdu/Sindhi, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2012 revealed.

Madam Anita Ghulam Ali and Javaid Jabbar addressing on the occasion of Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) launch in Sindh

Alarmingly low level in learning abilities of children

84% children of class three cannot read stories in Urdu and sindhi languages. ASER Survey

Only 3 out of 27 children reach class 10 in Sindh

Sindh education status report launched

KARACHI – A dialogue for the provincial launch of the “Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) Pakistan – 2012” in Sindh and to share the findings of the survey was arranged here on Thursday.
Secretary Education Fazalullah Pechoho was the Chief Guest at the event.

Report draws dismal picture of education system

If it was not the numbers that interested you, the pictures and people would have: students clad in blue uniforms climbing the roof of a moving bus in order to get to school; Kashif, 10, a labourer who dropped out of school as his teacher “would beat up students and often leave after taking attendance”; or a scene from a grade seven mathematics lecture at a government school in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where students simply repeat in English a problem sum read out by a teacher.

Medium of instruction, math skills are major problems

The NGOs have done their home work on Pakistan's education landscape and found out that

Future of nation depends on quality of education

Karachi :  The future of nation is dependent on quality of education being imparted to our youth, and it is imperative to give education the highest national priority to boost national cohesion and prosperity, said speakers of a moot here Thursday.

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