Empowering citizens through readily available updated data on education and strengthening the role of data in policy making.
The ratio of children who are enrolled in school from the total population of the corresponding school grade.
The total number of enrollments in 2018-19 was recorded at 52.5 million compared to 51 million in 2017-18 which shows an increase of 2.9%. It is estimated to increase to 55 million in 2019-20.
A gender wise breakdown for the analysis of completion rate with respect of primary, middle and secondary.
Currently, Pakistan has the world's second-highest number of out-of-school children (OOSC) with an estimated 22.8 million children aged 5-16 not attending school.
Lockdowns and school closures have hit girls education particularly hard and threaten to roll back years of progress. After the unprecedented disruption to girls schooling caused by COVID-19, we won t stand by and watch girls fall even further behind.
Pakistan has thousands of registered schools, including government schools, semi govt schools, charity schools and private schools, below we have number of schools till 2017.
A survey conducted by Alif Ailaan has shown there are nearly 1.4 million teachers in Pakistan, both in the public and private sectors.
We estimate that school closures during the pandemic will result in a loss of a between 0.3 and 0.8 yearsof learning-adjusted schooling for the average student.
An analysis of development and non-development education spendings of the provinces.
The current literacy rate of Pakistan is 62.3% which mean that an estimated population of 60 million is illiterate in the country.
The Government of Pakistan designed learning continuity programs to disseminate learning materials and content through radio, TV, print, and mobile applications.
Pakistan launched the TeleSchool initiative in collaboration with leading EdTech providers such as Knowledge Platform, Sabaq.pk, Sabaq Muse, and Taleemabad to broadcast free learning content to grades 1-12 students.
About 40 million Pakistani children have access to a television – which is why the government says it kicked off its coronavirus distance learning strategy with a dedicated TV channel called Teleschool.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistan quickly deployed the federal program TeleSchool for Pakistani students, and the provincial program Taleem Ghar for students in Punjab.
Educational services promised vs fulfilled by the respective governments.
Pledges that aims to ensure recovery from the losses that the education system was suffered amidst COVID-19.