Extensive education crisis



Nadia Naviwala, Global Fellow, Wilson Center on Thursday said Pakistan suffered from an extensive education crisis as millions of Pakistani children did not attend school, and those who attend dealt with absent teachers and poor learning environments, among other things. Talking to private news channel she said, intention in Pakistan had focused on increasing enrolment, since Pakistan had the second-highest number of out of school children in the world. But the central challenge was that children in school were not learning anything, leading to dropouts.—APP