PAMS has conducted primary and secondary analysis, key informant interviews and focus-group discussions to help inform education policy in Pakistan.
The policy briefs and the diagnostics framework is an attempt to inform Pakistani policy makers on the need for, and a model of how our teachers and parents can be supported to assist students in recovering lost learning.
This is a set of a five-part series of white papers , which each paper focusing on one fundamental barrier white papers dwelling into key challenges faced by girls, particularly of school going age, in education in the province of Balochistan.
These white papers were developed for the FCDO’s Girls’ Education Challenge program implemented by the International Rescue Committee.
The Missing Third is an updated out-of-school-children study based on the Population Census 2017 and the Pakistan Social & Living Standards Measurement Survey 2019-20.
A basic how-to guide for educators interested in developing content using their phone camera
This is an attempt to help educators understand the consequence of low attainment in primary grades, and the potential impact of students’ lack of conceptual clarity can have as they move to higher grades
While the federal and provincial governments were focused on schools’ closure and reopening, we asked Pakistani teachers what their recommendations would be for the policy makers. This report was a joint collaboration between PAMS and Zindagi Trust.
The results of Pakistan’s first-ever participation in the TIMSS international benchmarking assessment (maths, science)
The three-volume Powering Pakistan for the 21st Century was the first set of publications, with a focus on maths and science education and the way forward.