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Political Parties Dialogue The Right to Education – Article 25-A . Youth Parliament of Pakistan (YPP)stance on basic education. Youth Parliament Members from Islamabad. M. Atique Khokhar (YP11 -ICT01) Yasir Riaz (YP12-ICT02). Article 25a.

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political parties dialogue the right to education article 25 a

Political Parties DialogueThe Right to Education – Article 25-A

Youth Parliament of Pakistan (YPP)stance on basic education

youth parliament members from islamabad
Youth Parliament Members from Islamabad.
  • M. Atique Khokhar (YP11 -ICT01)
  • YasirRiaz (YP12-ICT02)
article 25a
Article 25a

Article 25a of the amended Constitution of Pakistan guarantees the right to education

Millennium Development Goals

  • To ensure access of free and compulsory primary education to all children
  • To eliminate gender disparity in in primary and secondary education
priorities of political parties
Priorities of Political Parties

In party manifesto of five largest parties (PPP, PML-N ,PML-Q, MQM and ANP) in 2008 election

  • All mention their commitment to ‘education for all’.
  • Only two mention girls’ education as a specific area needing attention.
  • Just two mention their commitment to increased funding for education.
  • Only one addresses the issue of language of instruction.
problems and issues
Problems and issues
  • One-thirdof primary age children, are not in school at all.
  • Around35 percent of those children who do attend school and make it to grade 3 cannot do single digit subtraction.
  • Drop out rate is very high
  • Each day around a quarter of the country’s teachers do not turn up to school
missing facilities at public institutions
Missing facilities at public institutions

Source: National Education Census

reasons
Reasons
  • Lack of commitment by Government
  • Lack of transparency in whole system
  • Poor school facilities
  • Accessibility issues
  • Gender disparity
  • Poor experience
  • Issue of medium of instruction
what we need
What we need…!!!
  • A sustained political will
  • A Narrative of Reform in whole system
way forward
Way forward
  • National public advocacy campaign to create awareness in community and in parents
  • High level political commitment
  • Clear understanding about medium of instruction
  • Strong monitoring system
way forward1
Way forward
  • Consensus among political parties to make the constitutional right to an education a reality
  • each province needs a core group that will get under the hood of education issues, exploring the technical aspects of what needs fixing and how
implementation
Implementation !
  • The entire system should then turn its attention to the biggest challenge of all which

– to hammer home the point – is implementation,

implementation,

implementation.