Challenges In Implementation Of Educational Policies In Pakistan

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Dr. Naeem Akhtar , Syed Tanweer , Farhan Ali Khaskheli , Nisar Ahmed Khaskheli


The educational sector in Pakistan has faced many challenges. The availability of qualified teachers, especially female teachers, is one of the basic problems. It is because no plans, programs or policies are implemented by the authority to improve the need for qualified teachers. This research aims to uncover the causes of weak educational policy results by analyzing their implementation vulnerabilities. The current research relies on the qualitative research design and employs a retrospective approach to analyze the aims and challenges faced by Pakistan in implementing educational policies. Pakistan's current situation necessitates increasing educational allocations and resources. The Millennium Development Goals have not yet been met. Several elements have been highlighted that play a key role in the failure to meet goals. The most serious of these is policy formulation that ignores local educational demands in Pakistan's many areas. As a result, the policy may not benefit all stakeholders equally. Another important barrier is the uncertainty of the objectives, which makes policy implementation difficult. After a thorough examination, it is clear that Pakistan's educational system requires change, with more investments in human resources and infrastructural development. Moreover, a policy should be developed based on the needs and challenges of each province and district, allowing each part of the country to progress at its own pace. Furthermore, all of these provisions must be monitored through an appropriate channel.

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