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Sindh education department – Hold every one responsible

Khalid Hashmani
Khalid Hashmani

by Khalid Hashmani, McLean, Virginia, USA

In my view, it is good that the Sindh Education Minister has warned the teachers of government schools to fulfill their responsibilities and improve their performance. However, to rebuilt and ensure quality in Sindh’s schools, we would need to hold every one responsible including the Sindh Education Minister himself.

I am sure if the political party in power is courageous enough to take all necessary actions to improve education system in Sindh, particularly in rural areas, where only the government schools exist. I believe that actions that are required are as follows:

1. Eradication of corruption, nepotism, and influence paddling in the Sindh Education department. All recruitment and teacher performance evaluation processes should be transparent to public. The Minister himself should openly commit to achieve measurable targets by certain deadlines and pledge to resign if he cannot achieve them by those dates.

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Teachers of Sindh forced to beg

Teachers are forced to beg
by Kazi Khadim Hussain
The writer can be reached at kazikhadimhussain@yahoo.com
Courtesy: Daily Dawn, Karachi, Sindh, 5.4.2009
I was mortified reading a report in a local news paper that an action forum of junior teachers has been compelled to establish a begging camp at Fakir ka Pir, a very busy market place of Hyderabad city as they have not been disbursed salaries for the last seven month.

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