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Photo: Girls’ school in Kasur, TEACh project, 2015

Challenges and opportunities for Pakistan education systems in the COVID-19 response

This blog was written by Rabea Malik, Assistant Professor at the School of Education, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and Research Fellow at the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives (IDEAS) in Pakistan. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on […]

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Teach For Pakistan Fellows (from left to right) Sannia Salman, Rabiah Chaudhury, and Fajarna Huda along with their students on a field trip before schools closed due to COVID-19.

Staying Connected: Teach For Pakistan Fellows Respond to the Needs of Their Students Despite the Distance

This article was written by Teach for All and originally published on the Teach for All website on 22 April 2020. When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down schools in Pakistan, Rabiah Chaudhry was teaching social studies to fourth graders at a government school in Nurpur Shahan, Islamabad as a Teach For Pakistan Fellow. While a […]

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Sadia, a teacher in Abbottabad, Pakistan
Photo credit: Vicki Francis/Department for International Development

Stop. Pause. Reflect. Rethinking Teacher Engagement during Lockdown

This blog was written by Camilla H. Chaudhary and Aanya F. Niaz. Camilla is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and a member of CaNDER and the REAL Centre. Aanya is an Education Researcher and Advisor, who received her MSc in Comparative and International Education from the Department of Education […]

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