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Education in Pakistan
Learning from Research Partnerships
In Pakistan, and especially in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, there is a paucity of research on schools, teacher education institutions, and higher education. In 2005, Pakistan and Norway entered into an agreement to start a multi-sector ‘Institutions Cooperation Programme’, to provide an opportunity to public and private sector teacher education institutions in Pakistan to collaborate with Norway for improvement of education in Pakistan. Subsequently, Oslo University College, Norway, entered into a partnership with the Institute of Education and Research–Peshawar University (IER–PU) and the Aga Khan University–Institute for Educational Development (AKU–IED) to develop institutional capacity. Major objectives of the initiative were to strengthen the planning and implementation of educational programmes offered in order to improve the quality of education. This collaborative project was funded by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Pakistan under the auspices of the Planning Commission, Islamabad.
This book discusses the partnership between the IER–PU and Oslo University College in the higher education sub-sector. It gives a complete account of the above-mentioned joint research study focusing on teaching, learning, teacher education, educational leadership and management, assessment practices, and whole school improvement initiative.
Ayesha Bashiruddin is an Assistant Professor at the Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development (AKU–IED), with a wide experience of teaching English language education and teacher education in higher education. She is currently chair of the Research and Policy Studies Advisory Committee at AKU–IED.
Zubeda Bana is an Assistant Professor at AKU–IED. She has extensive experience of developing and teaching teacher education and educational leadership, and management programmes in a variety of settings within and outside Pakistan.
Arbab Khan Afridi is an Associate Professor and current Director of the Institute of Education and Research, University of Peshawar.
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|Year of Publication||2012|