Read the results of a survey of 14,530 students, parents, teachers and principals associated with schools across the country, together with interviews of many such students, parents, teachers and principals. The survey examined the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on education in Pakistan.

Ever since human beings came into existence thousands of years ago, they have been learning. Starting from the old traditional methods that catered the learning to fulfill basic life necessities, ranging to the modern scientific subjects that pertain to that knowledge of the word, that is deemed important in this time and age. Education and […]

In March 2022, we published a report entitled Education Technology and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Pakistan’s Experience and the Way Forward. The report was based on a survey of 14,530 students, parents, teachers, and principals. You can download the full report here. We are now pleased to bring you the second of a series of short videos […]

In March 2022, we published a report entitled Education Technology and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Pakistan’s Experience and the Way Forward. The report was based on a survey of 14,530 students, parents, teachers, and principals. You can download the full report here. We are now pleased to bring you the first of a series of short […]

Hello. I am Abeeha Khalid from Quetta, Pakistan. I am currently 15 years old. I think that’s enough for a short self-introduction. Now buckle up your seat belts because I’m going to tell you all about how I ended up in Japan. Last year, something crazy happened to me. I stumbled across an online advertisement […]

AFS alumni Faarza Khan, a brilliant kid, returned from Japan in April 2020. She was one of the four successful candidates who spent eight months in Japan under the AFS Kakehashi Cultural Exchange Program. Upon her return, Faarza brought us some amazing gifts and wrote Knowledge Platform a beautiful letter of appreciation. Knowledge Platform invited […]

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcom X Past few months have been really unpredictable for the whole world. The situation has been uncertain, economies crashing, inflation, travel bans, work from home and most importantly closure of educational institutes. The developed countries were somewhat prepared for […]

Wars have terrible beginnings and endings. It doesn’t provide a solution to the problems but definitely becomes the cause of many more (problems) to come. It might be in favor of a few but it gets a lot worse for the most. According to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, on average 25 people were forced […]

How inclusive is our education system? A question many have wondered while working in the education sector of Pakistan. From stark differences between public and private institutions operating in different regions across Pakistan, the question remains unanswered. In 2019, Knowledge Platform worked on a British Council report focusing on inclusivity in the primary school segment in […]

When the bell rings, is it the ring of freedom or that of reminder for your students that they will learn what to think/say/behave? Freedom is something that we hold very dear to our hearts. We wave flags to celebrate it, our soldiers sacrifice their lives to protect it, and we take pride in it […]