The fate of more than 2,000 Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) partner schools hangs in the balance after they failed to qualify the quality assurance tests. It is pertinent to mention here that the Foundation has decided to cancel their registration on Wednesday. Partner schools’ administration has announced to stage protests in case of registration cancellation by PEF.
These schools claimed that the quality assurance test ratio came high because PEF increased the passing ratio of students from 33 percent to 40 percent.
The PEF partner schools further blamed the English medium language behind the high percentage. PEF Schools Chairman Adnan Faisal said that PEF deliberately failed schools as part of its revengeful measures.