Posted November 26, 2015 by IDEAS

This chapter originally appeared in “Educational Crisis & Reform – Perspectives from South Asia”, Abbas Rashid & Irfan Muzaffer.

Book Chapter - Bari, IrfanThis chapter is concerned with the problem of improving public schools. We begin by reminding the readers of the three basic, and by now rather well-known, characteristics of the current educational landscape of Pakistan: the rise in growth of private sector schools; the concomitant decline in quality of public sector schools; and the abysmal learning gains by students in both.

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