By Gulfam Mustafa
Recently, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani announced the government’s top priorities for the next budget. Electricity and employment top the list. Although this is all good news, I would like to ask our premier, what about education?
Without a doubt, the electricity crisis is the most important issue Pakistan is facing . . . → Read More: No more neglecting education
In conflict-affected states, children are being left behind by state and private schooling networks.
Despite widespread commitments on paper to the second Millennium Development Goal – the provision of universal primary education by 2015 – 72 million children remain out of school. More worryingly, 39 million (54 per cent) of these children reside in conflict-affected . . . → Read More: An education in conflict