Education without substance

Teacher training to curricula all need work urgently

By Zubeida Mustafa

Scenic valley a letdown for students

Swat-Kohistan keen on girls’ education but too few schools

By Zubair Torwali

Pakistan’s Education Crisis

Salvaging the situation is not a one-organisation job

By Nadia Bukhari

Girls need pens more than they need rolling pins

There are only 36% schools for girls Pakistan-wide.

By Aisha Sarwari

Pathway to a better education system

Assessment and monitoring are neglected because of the high cost

By Nadia Siddiqui

Your Voices
Rabia Azfar Nizami

Political commitment in NA-247 (old NA-250)

Schools benefited from elected representatives interest

Sehrish Mallah

When quality education is a mere dream

A short story drawing attention to a huge problem

Fazal Khaliq

A hundred dreams in tattered tents

The school that has never had a building

Muhammad Adnan

An overcrowded school in a scenic valley

With over a hundred students per class learning is a challenge

Ali Jan Maqsood

Hope-deprived children of Balochistan

Steps needed on a war-footing to engender change

Juman Shah

A lost generation

Time has come to demand quality education in exchange for votes

Sobia Saleem

School being used to dump garbage

It looks more like a garbage dump than a school.

Shabana Mahfooz

Learning at crossroads!

The teachers need to be trained adequately and skilled properly

Asmat Kakar

Education delivers a huge dividend

Education is equaliser that can help break the cycle of poverty

Muhammed Imran Junejo

When the reality is so stark

Visit small cities and see the conditions of govt. schools there

Sabieh ul Hasan Rizvi

TMS: Where there is a will, there is a way

Running charity school with satisfactory results is very tough

Aiman Khursheed

Island of excellence

Government should take demonstrable measures to encourage them