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October 2, 2015

Education reforms

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October 2, 2015

The civil society is up in arms against the decision of private schools to raise tuition fees. The government needs to do some soul-searching and try to improve the standard of educational institutions in the public sector. Why are schools in the public sector not functioning properly? Why have they been allowed to deteriorate? Why is the government not doing enough to provide quality education to people? These are the questions that need answers. Parents’ anger against the fee hike should be a wake-up call for the government.
There is a need to reform the education sector. There should be one system of education and uniform curriculum throughout the country. By re-energising schools in the public sector, the load on private schools will drastically reduce.
Hasnain Khan
Kohat

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