Analysis of low quality education at primary level in public sector in Pakistan
Analysis of low quality education
AbstractThe present paper aims at the analysis of low quality education at primary level in public sector schools in Pakistan. Education is considered as the foundation of all type of development everywhere in the world. One of the functions of the educational institutions is to produce efficient and skillful education managers and teachers. Mainly it helps the financial, social and social existence of the country. This study thoroughly examined the primary education system in Pakistan. The critical examination revealed that primary education in Pakistan from its financial and management side was most neglected. The quality of education does not only depend on preparing individuals for the successive educational level but to equip them with the required basic life skills. The striking agenda at global level is to strengthen the quality of education at all educational levels specifically at the primary level. The present paper analyzed different indicators for low quality as absence of money related assets, auxiliary and administration issues, expanded dropout, poor approach usage, obsolete examination framework, wasteful correspondence, absence of expert advancement, absence of learning assets, absence of supervision, lack of co-ordination and curriculum issues to gauge the quality of education at primary level in Pakistan.
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