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ASER presented at the 11th UKFIET Conference in Oxford University

The paper ‘Improving Education Governance and Learning outcomes through citizen led campaigns: the case of the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) Pakistan’ was presented at the 11th UKFIET Conference on Education and Development held in Oxford University from 13th-15th Sept, 2011.The paper was presented under the thematic section ‘Governance,
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Good teachers more important than school infrastructure

The President, Founder and the CEO of the Pratham Education Foundation, India, Dr Madhav Chavan, said on Sunday that basic infrastructure at schools is not as essential as the availability of good teachers

Learning outcomes: No magic solution for education ills

Dr Chavan arrived here on Sunday to participate in the national launch of the Annual Status of Education Report Pakistan 2010,

Indian Academic speaks on quality of education

Continuous assessment of quality of education imparted to school children on an annual bases

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) Pakistan (rural) 2010 was successfully launched in Islamabad at the Planning Commission on January 17, 2011

The report was released by the Mrs. Shahnaz Wazir Ali, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Sectors and Vice Chair of the :Pakistan Education Task Force (PETF); Dr. Nafisa Shah Member National Assembly (MNA) and Chairperson NCHD, Dr. Rashid Amjad Vice Chancellor (VC) Pakistan Institute for Development Economics (PIDE)

Bad education

THAT standards of education in the country are plummeting was confirmed by the Annual Status of Education Report Pakistan 2010, launched on Monday in Islamabad.

43 percent children in rural Punjab unable to read

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) Pakistan 2010, a sample survey to assess the learning outcomes of school-going age (3-16 years) children, has revealed that as high as 67 percent children in 13 districts (rural) in Punjab are not able to read sentences in English

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Latest editions of The Education Watch Pakistan

School-going children’s interest fades in Sindh

The annual report about the status of education in Sindh has painted a worrisome picture of learning outcome of school-going (3-16 years) age children assessed in six districts (rural parts) of Sindh

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