With over 20 million children out of school, Pakistan is going through an education crisis. This book outlines how successive governments have tried multiple reforms but the gap between formulation and implementation is ever-widening. The situation would have been more catastrophic had the private schools not emerged on the educational landscape of Pakistan in the 1970s.Knowledge and skills taught at these schools give the students the agency to make positive changes in their lives and the lives around them. The majority of graduates from these schools are promising international students, successful entrepreneurs, and innovative individuals. These students of yesterday have turned into problem solvers and change agents of today. Through their efforts, they are bringing visible changes to the fabric of our society.
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