The fundamental principles for any democratic society are choice, equity and inclusion. By echoing a populist-political demand for a single national curriculum, standardized exams, regimented testing regimes and uniform textbooks, we shall sponsor a polarized nation-state and thus impose a “one size fits all”. This brings the big education question into the picture: do we… Continue reading What Pakistan needs to do for Education in the next decade – Faisal Mushtaq
I had to travel to Karachi at the start of last week, for a few cases fixed before the honourable Sindh High Court. On Wednesday, as I was scheduled to fly back to Lahore, the floodgates of the sky opened, pouring unprecedented rain on this ill-prepared city. And, as we know from the immortal words… Continue reading Who will answer for Karachi in the eternal court?