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21pc children still out of school

 ISLAMABAD - Despite the recent focus of the federal and provincial governments on enrolment drives as a rhetoric on Article 25 A, 21 per cent of Pakistan’s children aged 6-16 still remain out of school, according to the Annual Status of Education Report - ASER 2013 National Survey.

The data shows that in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, fortunately, the percentage of Out of School Children is lower than the national average, at 14 per cent. However, despite this good news, the learning levels of the remaining 86 per cent are not satisfactory.

21pc children still out of school

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ISLAMABAD - Despite the recent focus of the federal and provincial governments on enrolment drives as a rhetoric on Article 25 A, 21 per cent of Pakistan’s children aged 6-16 still remain out of school, according to the Annual Status of Education Report - ASER 2013 National Survey.

The data shows that in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, fortunately, the percentage of Out of School Children is lower than the national average, at 14 per cent. However, despite this good news, the learning levels of the remaining 86 per cent are not satisfactory.

 

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