This study aimed to gauge the impact of education reforms at school level across the Punjab Province, with particular emphasis in Southern Punjab. The study focused on eight areas of investigation which are also the key thrusts of Punjab Education Sector Reform Programme, namely physical facilities, enrolment, student retention, management, governance, teachers, quality of teaching, learning achievements, child friendliness and community participation. The sample consisted of 50 schools, selected keeping in view the rural-urban divide for both girls' and boys' schools (primary to high school level).
The scope of work consisted of a detailed analysis of educational governance and management in primary, middle and high schools in Punjab included a general assessment of the physical infrastructure as well as material and human resources. All ten interventions were covered in structured interviews and focus group discussions (FGDs) with the school management, school management committees (SMCs), teachers, students, parents and drop outs. More specifically, data was collected to cover enrolment, student retention, management, governance, teachers, and quality of teaching, physical infrastructure, learning achievements, community participation and child friendliness.
The final output of this assignment was a detailed report which included major findings and recommendations based on the 50 schools case studies. These studies highlighted the impact on enrolment/dropout rate, quality of learning and school governance overtime.
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- Team Leader
- Case Writing Specialists
- Field Researchers
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- Inventure Pvt-Ltd-Islamabad-Pakistan (Lead firm)
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