Lessons in Education Reforms for Pakistan

In the second pamphlet, Sir Michael Barber, co chair of Pakistan Education Task Force, reiterates that things can improve in Pakistan’s education system if the leaders believe in change and have the courage to take the problem heads on.

Sir Michael draws from his experience in other countries and suggests that reforms agenda takes off when either a political or economic crisis forces the governments to redesign their education program, or a ground-breaking report forces the government to take notice of the seriousness of a country’s educational challenges, or a visionary leader takes it upon him or herself to bring reform to the education sector.

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