Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword or section
Like this
14Activity

Table Of Contents

0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
National Education Policy 2009

National Education Policy 2009

Ratings: (0)|Views: 1,278|Likes:
Published by sinduration

More info:

Published by: sinduration on Jul 09, 2009
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

02/16/2013

pdf

text

original

 
 
Draft

2009
(After necessary amendments in view of discussions with/ comments from provincial/ areaeducation departments on NEP April 2008 document)
Ministry of Education
 
Government of Pakistan
 
i

 
INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................1
 
CHAPTER 1...........................................................................................................................................3
 
T
HE
S
TATE OF
P
AKISTAN
S
E
DUCATION
..............................................................................3
 
1.1 Access to Educational Opportunities....................................................................................3
 
1.2 Equity in Education..............................................................................................................4
 
1.2.1 The Gender Dimension............................................................................................4
 
1.2.2 The Rural-Urban Divide...........................................................................................5
 
1.2.3 Provincial and Area Disparities................................................................................5
 
1.3 Quality of Provision..............................................................................................................6
 
1.4 The Resource Commitment..................................................................................................7
 
1.5 Structure of Education: Public-Private Provision.................................................................8
 
CHAPTER 2...........................................................................................................................................9
 
N
ATIONAL
E
DUCATION
P
OLICY
:
 
O
VERARCHING
C
HALLENGES AND
R
ESPONSES
................9
 
2.1 Background...........................................................................................................................9
 
2.2 The Demographic Transition................................................................................................9
 
2.3 Uniformity and Confidence in Public Education System...................................................10
 
2.4 Globalization and Competitiveness....................................................................................11
 
2.5 Social Exclusion and Social Cohesion................................................................................12
 
2.6 Setting Standards for Education.........................................................................................13
 
2.7 Dovetailing Government Initiatives...................................................................................13
 
2.8 Leveraging International Development Partnerships.........................................................13
 
CHAPTER 3.........................................................................................................................................15
 
M
AJOR
D
EFICIENCIES
:
 
T
HEIR
C
AUSES AND THE
W
AY
F
ORWARD
......................................15
 
3.1 Understanding System Deficiencies...................................................................................15
 
3.1.4 The Commitment Gap............................................................................................15
 
3.1.5 The Implementation Gap........................................................................................16
 
3.2 The Way Forward: A Paradigmatic Shift...........................................................................16
 
CHAPTER 4.........................................................................................................................................18
 
F
ILLING THE
C
OMMITMENT
G
AP
:
 
S
YSTEM
V
ALUES
,
 
P
RIORITIES AND
R
ESOURCES
..........18
 
4.1 Educational Vision and Performance.................................................................................18
 
4.2 A Reaffirmation of Educational Vision..............................................................................19
 
4.3 Overarching Priorities: Widening Access and Raising Quality..........................................19
 
4.4 Mobilising Resources for Education..................................................................................20
 
CHAPTER 5.........................................................................................................................................22
 
F
ILLING THE
I
MPLEMENTATION
G
AP
:
 
E
NSURING
G
OOD
G
OVERNANCE
...........................22
 
5.1 Developing a Whole-of-Sector View.................................................................................22
 
5.2 Ensuring Policy Coherence.................................................................................................22
 
5.3 Overcoming Fragmented Governance................................................................................23
 
5.4 Bridging the Public-Private Divide....................................................................................24
 
5.5 Overcoming Structural Divides..........................................................................................26
 
5.6 Building Management and Planning Capacity...................................................................28
 
5.7 Getting Stakeholders Involved...........................................................................................29
 
CHAPTER 6.........................................................................................................................................31
 
B
ROADENING THE
B
ASE AND
A
CHIEVING
A
CCESS
.............................................................31
 
6.1 Early Childhood Education (ECE).....................................................................................31
 
 
ii
6.2 Elementary Education.........................................................................................................32
 
6.3 Secondary and Higher Secondary Education......................................................................33
 
6.4 Literacy and Non-Formal Learning....................................................................................34
 
6.5 Education in Emergencies..................................................................................................35
 
CHAPTER 7.........................................................................................................................................37 
 
R
AISING THE
Q
UALITY OF
E
DUCATION
..............................................................................37
 
7.1 Improving Teacher Quality.................................................................................................37
 
7.2 Curriculum Reform.............................................................................................................39
 
7.3 Quality in Textbooks and Learning Materials....................................................................40
 
7.4 Improving Student Assessment..........................................................................................41
 
7.5 Attaining Standards in the Learning Environment.............................................................42
 
7.6 Matching with the Labour Market......................................................................................43
 
CHAPTER 8.........................................................................................................................................44
 
S
TRENGTHENING
S
KILL
D
EVELOPMENT AND
I
NNOVATION
................................................44
 
8.1 Technical Education and Vocational Training...................................................................44
 
CHAPTER 9.........................................................................................................................................48
 
H
IGHER
E
DUCATION
..........................................................................................................48
 
9.1 Deficiencies of the Higher Education System....................................................................48
 
9.2 Steps Suggested in HEC-MTDF 2005-2010......................................................................49
 
CHAPTER 10.......................................................................................................................................54
 
F
INANCING OF
E
DUCATION IN
L
INE WITH
V
ISION
2030......................................................54
 
10.1 Policy Vision and its Financing........................................................................................54
 
10.2 The Results: Vision 2030..................................................................................................54
 
10.3 The Essential Elements.....................................................................................................55
 
10.4 The High Performing System...........................................................................................57
 
10.5 The Fuel............................................................................................................................59
 
10.6 The Cost............................................................................................................................59
 
CHAPTER 11.......................................................................................................................................61
 
I
MPLEMENTATION
F
RAMEWORK
........................................................................................61
 
11.1 Objective...........................................................................................................................61
 
11.2 Policy As a Living Adaptable Document.........................................................................62
 
11.3 IPEM To Oversee Progress..............................................................................................63
 
11.4 Provincial Autonomy and Ownership..............................................................................63
 
11.5 Role of Development Partners..........................................................................................64
 

Activity (14)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
Muhammad Boota liked this
dochula7745 liked this
shakoora liked this
Stif Ler liked this
anilpareek liked this
Vinod Mehandru liked this
Rajendra Singh liked this
Anim Inmol liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->