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  • Low Fee Private Schools: Last Hope or Lost Hope?

    Posted August 12, 2014 by Salman Khan
    Salman Khan I got a chance to help in organizing the recently held USAID sponsored low fee private school conference held at LUMS. The fact that international donors such as USAID and DFID (see DFID project reports here) are interested in funding projects in this area is reflection of the exponential growth in the low fee private sector in Pakistan in recent years. However, the million dollar question, as mentioned by Irfan Muzaffar in his article, “Education on Sale”, is whether the growth of this sector is a sign of strength or a symptom of a disease: the state failure in provision of education.

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