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A universal challenge - Amina J. Mohammed

The writer is Secretary General’s Special Adviser on Post-2015 Development Planning at the UN.

EDUCATION has been recognised as a fundamental human right for more than half a century now. Yet, millions of children still can’t go to school, and some risk their life when they do.

Beyond the outrage and just condemnation, stories such as those of Malala Yousafzai are clear manifestations of a complex crisis. Education can help address it, but only if we consider the many interrelations that exist between education and development.

 

New Learning Data from Pakistan Shows Stark Differences between Rich and Poor - Pauline Rose

How we can learn from ASER for leaving no one behind in education post-2015

In the aftermath of the tragic attack on a school in Peshawar, killing over one hundred children who were merely realizing their right to go to school, the results of the latest Annual Status of Education Report survey in Pakistan launched today turn the spotlight to an on-going simmering catastrophe that is affecting millions of children.

Investing in quality teachers - Pauline Rose

The writer is an adviser at ASER Pakistan and professor of International Education at the University of Cambridge

In the aftermath of the tragic attack on a school in Peshawar, killing over 100 children, who were merely realising their right to go to school, the results of the latest ASER survey turn the spotlight to an ongoing simmering catastrophe that is affecting millions of children in Pakistan.

 

In reverse gear: Learning levels, enrolment going down - Riazul Haq

ISLAMABAD: The sorry state of affairs of country’s school education can be gauged from the fact that enrolment as well as learning standards are going down.

In rural Pakistan, 58 per cent students in grade five cannot read a grade-two sentence in English. This percentage was 57 in 2013.

Islamabad's high enrolment rate a smokescreen for deplorable quality

ISLAMABAD: Despite having the highest rate of enrolment in the country, the quality of education imparted in the schools of the federal capital is among the lowest in the country. More than half of the students in Islamabad’s schools cannot read a complete sentence in English, while nearly one-third have trouble with simple arithmetic and about half cannot read or comprehend stories in their own mother tongues.

Quality edu still a distant dream: Report

21pc children still out of school

Islamabad - About 21 per cent of Pakistan’s children aged between 6 to 16 years still remain out of school and the remaining 79 per cent that are enrolled in the same age bracket are not learning much.

 

ASER survey: Government focus on enrolment drive mere rhetoric

The recent focus of the federal and provincial governments on enrolment drives under Article 25-A of the Constitution is mere rhetoric, as 21 percent of Pakistan's children aged 6-16 still remain out of school, says the Annual Status of Education Report - ASER 2014 National Survey.

Poor Access to schools, substandard teaching dominate education sector

Govt, PTI to reach on final solution soon: Ahsan Iqbal

ISLAMABAD – Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal on Thursday said that government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) would reach on final solution on the judicial commission and all other matters through dialogue soon.

Political will vital for spread of education: Speakers

Islamabad - Idara Taleem-o-Aagahi held a policy dialogue on the political economy of learning and right to education in wake of Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2014.

Political will vital for spread of education: Speakers

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Islamabad - Idara Taleem-o-Aagahi held a policy dialogue on the political economy of learning and right to education in wake of Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2014.

اسلام آ باد : ادارہ تعلیم و آگاہی کے زیر انتظام مباحثے کا انعقاد

چھ سے سولہ سال کے تمام بچوں کو تعلیم کا بنیادی حق دیا جائے۔مقر رین

پچھلے برس بچوں کی بڑی تعداد معیاری تعلیم سے محروم رہی۔ سروے

ملک کے 49 فیصد سرکاری تعلیمی ادارے بیت الخلاء کی سہولت سے محروم ہیں

8pm with Fareeha (Har Pakistani Ko Taleem Ka Haq Kab Milegah…??)

Watch Arif Alci(PTI),Sanjay Kumar In 8pm with Fareeha – 9th January 2015


8pm with Fareeha – 9th January 2015

ASER time is here

AN incurable optimist once commented that the good thing about hitting rock bottom is that you than have to move upwards

اسلام آباد : وزیر مملکت بلیغ الرحمن ، حاصل بزنجو اور دیگر تنظیم اثر کے تعلیمی سروے کی رپورٹ اٹھائے ہوئے

تعلیم کو عام کرنے کے لئے ہم سب کو ملکر کام کرنا ہو گا

20pc of children still out of school, survey finds

ISLAMABAD: Despite increasing the education budget and making several national and international commitments, the federal and provincial governments have still failed to bring about major breakthroughs in bringing out-of-school children to school.

20pc of 6-16-year old children out of school

20pc of children still out of school, survey finds (ePaper)

20pc of 6-16-year old children out of school

20pc Pakistani kids still out of schools: Survey

slamabad - Although the proportion of out of school children has decreased slightly, still 20 per cent of Pakistani children aged 6-16 remained out of school while the remaining 80 per cent enrolled in schools are not learning much, says an annual citizen-led household-based survey launched yesterday.

Islamabad: Engineer Muhammad Balighur Rehman formally launched ASER 2015 report

ASER 2015: Gender disparity still evident in school enrolment

ISLAMABAD: Around 20 per cent of the country’s children are out of school, while reducing the gender disparity is still a long way off, as only 43 per cent of students between the ages of five and 16 are girls.

Govt institutions received 29pc, private 2pc of state grants

'Asering' education by By Zubeida Mustafa

SINCE 2008 the Annual State of Education Report (Aser) has emerged as an annual exercise which is impatiently awaited. Mainly focusing on children’s learning levels in school in the rural areas, Aser is now recognised as a fairly accurate assessment of the quality of education in Pakistan

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