Course Guide General Mathematics Free Download

Course Guide General Mathematics

Since the establishment of Pakistan in 1947, the country has announced more than 15 education policy regimes directing the improvement of education. Each policy has been ambitious in its aims and critical of past failures. A common feature of all policies, plans, programs, and schemes, however, is that all of them have failed to achieve their objectives. Even programmes using international resources have been unsuccessful in significantly changing Pakistans education sector. The country has been well-advised over the past decade by local, international and donor agencies regarding what is not working in its public teaching system and its provision of professional development for teachers. The issues of lack of accountability, lack of incentives, little hope of a career track, and motivation are some of the problems confronting teachers. Moreover, these issues appear to be widespread as a result of the failure of the government system itself, meaning that there is an urgent need to recognise the teaching professional in the context of teacher professionalization in Pakistan. This book evaluates such issues regarding the USAIDs Teachers Education Project, a programme attempting to introduce reforms for long-term sustainability in Pakistans education sector in partnership with the provincial and regional education departments.

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