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Khyber We have laid the foundations for


Pakhtunkhwa
Education transformational change in the last 5 years
Department

In schools that are


more functional
Getting a better ▪ More than 99% of schools
quality education… are fully functional

More children now ▪ More than 40,000 ▪ 50% improvement in


attend school… additional teachers provision of school facilities
recruited on merit
▪ Number of out of school
children has dropped ▪ Teacher attendance
by ~500,0001 improved from 80% to 90%

▪ Improvement in student ▪ Grade 1-9 textbooks have


attendance been re-written to improve
quality
▪ Primary completion
rates improved from
54% to 66%

1 82% participation rate from latest household survey multiplied by population from 2017 census with 1998 cenus ratios applied for age breakup
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Khyber The Education Advisor is leading change from
Pakhtunkhwa
Education the grassroots…
Department

Focusing on improving schools

Enrolling his daughter into a public primary school Assessing learning first-hand
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Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department

Presenting our vision for


the future…
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Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department

Raise the Standard


2018 – 2023
“ Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s
education strategy to create a
system where every child
learns and every school is a
source of pride for our


communities
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Khyber We will strive towards this vision through
Pakhtunkhwa
Education focused effort across 7 areas
Department

Primary Secondary Public Private Education Citizen Tribal districts Special


Education Education Partnerships Management Ownership (FATA) initiatives
1 Ensure that 4 Get more girls 7 Support the 9 Motivate and 12 Implement 14 Introduce a 15 Provide
every child in and boys to go development of train teachers school rating special special play
school in through a vibrant private and head programme education areas in
Khyber secondary sector in the teachers to enabling package for Pakhtunkhwa
Pakhtunkhwa school education lead better communities tribal (former schools
demonstrates landscape that schools to hold FATA)
basic 5 Raise standards complements schools districts
competencies in 10 Strengthen 16 Introduce IT
of teaching and public sector accountable solutions to
language and and empower
learning in delivery solve
mathematics district
secondary
education 13 Launch education
2 Endeavor to get schools 8 Expand and education challenges
management
at least 90% of improve existing and deploy hotline to
primary aged 6 Reform public-private improved empower 17 Lead a tree
children in assessments in partnerships parents to plantation
line with global evidence-
school based take an active campaign in
best practices role in their schools
3 Transform performance
management child’s
pre-primary education
education for
the 800,000 11 Ensure that
children in every one of
Kachi and our 27,000
develop early schools is a
childhood center of
education learning
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Reforming primary
education

1. Pakhtunkhwa’s literacy and


numeracy campaign
2. Primary enrolment drive
3. Early childhood education
programme

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Double learning levels for the 3 million
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department children in our primary schools

Challenge Targets
Getting every child literate – the Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa Literacy and Numeracy Drive
57%  Regular testing on tablets in every
Of grade 5 classroom
students cannot
read a simple
 Special literacy and numeracy curriculum
and learning materials
2x
story in Urdu increase in
 Dedicated teachers for Grade 1 and 2 student scores
on independent
53%  Scripted and simple to use lesson plans for tests
Of grade 3 every lesson
students cannot
do simple
subtraction

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Enhance access to primary schooling
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department across Pakhtunkhwa

Challenge Targets

Getting every child into school


 300,000 previously out of school children
brought into school through education
~1 million vouchers and other PPP schemes Halve the
5 to 9 year olds number of 5-9
in Pakhtunkhwa  Year round enrolment and retention drives in year olds out of
are out of public school backed by data school by 2023
school
 School quality initiatives to encourage
retention

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Pioneer world-class early childhood
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department education in public schools

Challenge Targets

Early childhood education programme


800,000  “Kachi” classrooms transformed into modern
“kachi” pre-school nurseries At least
students in
poor learning
 Dedicated early childhood teachers 10,000
environment  New pre-school curriculum improved pre-
school
 Basic vaccination drive in schools nurseries by
 PKR 8.5 billion invested in early childhood 2023
21,000 education over 5 years
“kachi”
classrooms

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Transforming “kachi” into modern pre-
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department school nurseries

What our nurseries will look


like in 2023

What our “kachi” classrooms


look like today…

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Closing the gap in
secondary education

4. Secondary school capacity


enhancement
5. Raising the quality of learning
6. New matriculation exam

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Secondary school capacity will be
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department increased by 500,000 seats

Challenge Targets

Secondary school enhancement


Only 1.2  Primary schools upgraded based on need
(target TBD)
million 10 500,000
to 16 year olds  Double shift secondary schools (target TBD) seats added
are in public
 Secondary school capacity increased to enroll more
school
through public private partnerships children in
secondary
~1 million schools
10 to 16 year
olds remain out
of school

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Reforming secondary school learning will
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department require a phased approach

Quality campaign in secondary schooling


Grade 9&10
 Launch quality
New standardized interventions in both
grade 8
Grade 8 grades in 2022-23
assessment2
launched in 2019-20  Introduce new and
 Launch quality
reformed matric exam in
interventions in 2021-22
2023
Grade 7
 Launch quality
interventions in 2020-21
Grade 6 Target
 Start quality
improvement
programme in 2019-201 2x
improvement in
grade 8 test
scores

1. Include prioritizing of curriculum through better teaching and learning material, targeted teacher support and quality assessments
2. PISA Grade 8 assessment can be considered as one possible examination system
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Reform our matriculation exam to get it on
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department par with international standards

Challenge Targets

21st century examination system


Poor  New exam moving away from rote learning
to testing conceptual understanding
New
quality matriculation
matriculation exam
exams promote  Zero cheating
producing
rote learning skilled
 Standardization across boards
secondary
graduates

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Partnering with the
private sector

7. Support the growth of high quality


private sector education
8. Expand and improve existing
partnerships

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The Pakhtunkhwa Government will
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department
partner with the private sector for
reform
Targets
Private sector partnerships

 Growth and investment in the private sector


supported
300,000
students
37%  Current public private partnerships
expanded, including
enrolled
through private
of sector
Pakhtunkhwa’s  Voucher schemes partnerships
school going  Girls community schools
population
attends private  New areas for public private partnerships
schools explored, including 1,000
 Quality improvement services new schools
opened with
 Management services private sector
 Infrastructure development collaboration
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Improving education
management in the
districts
9. Teacher and school leaders
recruitment
10. Top-notch education management
11. Making every school a “good”
school

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Qualified teachers and school leaders
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department will be recruited…

Challenge Targets

Teacher recruitment
90% of  65,000 additional teachers recruited by 2023 65,000
primary teachers
schools have  Clustering Model to assign one school
leader per 3 primary schools recruited on
less than 4 merit
teachers

72 schools 7,000
per ASDEO school leaders
recruited

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Every district will have a high caliber
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department head of education

Challenge Targets

Top-notch education management


 Pilot posting of provincial management
cadre officers as DEOs
All
Limited  Minimum tenure of education managers
districts with
capable DEOs
skillset of
at 3 years
current DEOs
forces  No vacant posts in education management
centralized chain
decision-
making
3 years
minimum
tenure

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And we will endeavor to make every
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department school a “good” school

Challenge Targets

Creating “good” schools


Schools will be awarded a rating with a good
school having:
Only At least
 A seat for every child

15%  All basic facilities available 75%


of schools are  Excellent school hygiene and building of public
“good” outlook schools will
schools  A minimum of 4 teachers present
be “good”
schools
 A minimum standard of teaching and
learning

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Engaging the
community

12. School rating programme


13. Pakhtunkhwa education hotline

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Education Department will report school
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department performance to parents and general public

Challenge Targets
The School rating scheme
Regular reporting to public on school
health through a simple to understand
“star” system

No – Local governments will lead school-


level accountability
Every
schools report school’s rating
performance will be
– The system will be guided by the
publicly displayed
“good” school framework outside the
– Star-rating will be displayed clearly school
outside the school

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Reform will be supported by public
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department accountability

Challenge Targets

The Pakhtunkhwa education hotline


 Hotline with a 20-person call center Functioning
and well
 Automatic system delivering complaints publicized
Limited to relevant officials hotline
system in place  Monitoring to ensure complaint
to collect resolution
public
feedback  Regular reviews by the Education
Advisor to ensure timely resolution
80%
resolution of
cases reported
through hotline

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Special package for
tribal districts (former
FATA districts)
14. Special education reforms package

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Khyber Special attention to tribal districts will
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education ensure children receive quality of
Department
education on par with rest of the province
Challenge Targets

Tribal district special reforms package


 Higher secondary schools in tribal
districts will be completely transformed
in the next 6 months Fully
6,000  Missing infrastructure and teachers will integrated
tribal district
schools from be provided
the tribal education
 IMU monitoring and accountability system on par
districts need
routines will be extended to tribal with rest of the
reform
districts province

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Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department

Education Advisor’s
special initiatives
15. “Pakhtunkhwa Champions” sports
development programme
16. IT innovation scheme
17. Green schools programme
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Develop 5,000 play areas to promote
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department sports in schools

“Pakhtunkhwa Champions” programme


 5,000 play areas in schools across
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including hockey,
cricket and football fields
 District and provincial sports tournaments
funded and organized by Education
Department

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Encourage cost-effective IT innovation
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department in Pakhtunkhwa’s education system

IT Innovation scheme
 Innovation fund established in KP to
promote application of IT
 Partner with KP-IT Board to deliver
– Digital content to classrooms
– Innovative student assessments
– Tech-based complaint resolution
system
 Integration of E&SED database

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Plant 5,000,000 trees within the next
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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department 3 years

“Green Schools” programme

5,000,000
trees by 2021

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Pakhtunkhwa Education Advisor’s social awareness
Education
Department
campaign will be launched immediately

School awareness campaign


 Awareness workshops on human
rights in all higher secondary
schools across Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa within the next 6
months
 High school students will attend
assembly sessions
 Workshops to continue over the
next 5 years on different social
issues

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Pakhtunkhwa
Education
Department

Implementation and
budgets
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Pakhtunkhwa
Consistent increase will be required in the
Education education budget to achieve targets…
Department

Annual budget requirements


PKR Billions
Business as usual Additional requirement

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190 years
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Pakhtunkhwa
Consistent increase will be required in the
Education education budget to achieve targets…
Department

Annual budget requirements


PKR Billions
Business as usual Additional requirement

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Billion
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across the next 4
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Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa
Consistent increase will be required in the
Education education budget to achieve targets…
Department

Annual budget requirements


PKR Billions
Additional requirement Business as usual Reform requirement
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Billion
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across the next 4
100 years
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