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Assessing the Quality of the Single National Curriculum: A Case Study of Islamiat Curriculum

Fida Muhammad Khan and Syed Hassaan Ali
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Fida Muhammad Khan: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Syed Hassaan Ali: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

No 2022:6, PIDE-Working Papers from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

Abstract: The Federal Government announced its plan to introduce a SNC to bring uniformity to schools in the public and private sectors. According to the government and SNC designers, a single curriculum implemented nationwide was the need of the hour. Currently, Pakistan has different streams of education: the public sector, the private sector and the madrassa system. All of these different systems produce a different end-product. This results in inequality and an uneven playing field. A multiplier effect starts. For example, madrasa students have little or no opportunity to compete with other colleagues with a master’s degree.

Keywords: Single National Curriculum; Islamiat Curriculum (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 28
Date: 2022
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