Without sustained efforts to introduce population control, Pakistan is unlikely to prosper along the lines envisioned by P.M. Imran Khan
Pakistan’s recently implemented Single National Curriculum aims at shaping ideology—but lacks the mass support needed to reduce existing inequalities
Addressing ceremony, Pakistan’s prime minister claims Taliban have ‘broken the shackles of slavery’ in taking control of Afghanistan from elected government
Months since its announcement, numerous questions remain about the effectiveness of a proposed single national curriculum
By throwing out English as a medium of instruction, Pakistan’s government risks damaging its own education reforms
A uniform syllabus, as proposed by the incumbent government, risks setting back Pakistan’s sciences
In India, as in Pakistan, there is growing debate on the merits of English as the medium of education.