It has been a mixed year for those seeking a foothold on the arduous climb to education reform in Pakistan. But there is also good reason for optimism. The journey, no doubt, will be in small steps and will require patience and perseverance. It will also require a public voice to demand quality education and an efficient system of schooling for all children.
Dedicated organizations and activist groups continue to strive for reform, hoping to see systemic change. The largest and boldest education experiment in Pakistan is the non-profit education system run by The Citizens Foundation (TCF), which provides primary and secondary schools for underprivileged girls and boys in the country’s poorest ...more