An Analysis of Community Participation in the Government Schools of Tando Allahyar, Sindh, Pakistan: A Policy Perspective

Mr. Sajjad-Ur- Rehman, Dr. Kamleshwer Lohana, Dr. Imdad Ali Khowaja

Abstract


Education is one of the key indicators which play a significant role in the growth and development as well as prosperity in the country. It makes the nation socioeconomically enriched. Like other developing countries, the situation of education in Pakistan is not encouraging and satisfactory. In the Human Development Index in terms of educational achievement, Pakistan ranks 150th of 189 ranked countries. However, provincial governments have been focusing on different aspects of the education sector to achieve success in Education. Accordingly, the Sindh Education Sector Plan 2014-2018 was composed by the Education and Literacy Department, Government of Sindh. This plan was made to revitalized community participation in schools. Additionally, the National Educational Policy 2017 document emphasized the need for community participation. This descriptive research was conducted in the district Tando Allahyar, Sindh. A sample of 150 teachers was taken from Government schools. This research investigated the objectives set by SESP 2014-18, that is whether community participation is revitalized or not, and what role of the community has in government schools.


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