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Education Reform in Pakistan

Asia Report N°257, 23 June 2014

Pakistan 23 June - education reform report.

To combat religious extremism and sectarian violence, Pakistan must reform its education sector by boosting resources to public schools and updating the school curriculum to improve quality and remove divisive and discriminatory narratives.

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