“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way it treats its children,” Nelson Mandela
The worrisome landscape of education in Sindh includes ghost schools, untrained teachers, incomplete resources and facilities, as well as a lack of attention with regards to special education. Several questions arise in relation to sustainable development goals (SDGs); deficiencies in the current education set-up, the rigidity and outdated nature of the curricula, challenges to effective policy implementation, as well as many other issues.
This talk brings together specialists from the field of education management and special education, as well as policy makers on one platform in an attempt to bridge communication between the education sector and the society of which it is a part of. The aim of the talk is to create awareness with regards to the challenges faced by the education sector, as well as to envision possible futures of education in Sindh.
Nazir Ahmed Tunio
Director Akhuwat (Sindh), President SSSWF
Qazi Zulqurnain Ul Haq
Current teaching Education Planning, previously worked in the education sector Sindh
Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar
Special Assistant to Sindh Chief Minister (CM) on Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPD)
Principal Special Children’s Educational Institute (SCEI)