Pakistan has arrested over 60 people for attacking education authorities.

Nearly 60% of Sindhi children aged 5-16 years are unable to attend school, while 80% of schools do not have basic facilities . About 7 million, or about 44%, 5-16 year-old children are out of school, according to government data .

Islamabad (Pakistan), August 6, 2011: According to local media, more than 60 Pakistani officials from the education department were jailed for assaults, deterring other departments from carrying out their duties.The United Nations Human Rights Council's (UNHRC) education system, particularly regarding Sindhi children's basic education.The complaint was filed by Mohammad Azam, the District Education Authority chief executive officer (CEC), who arrived at the District Education Authority headquarters on Murree Road on Thursday to assume the position of CEO.According to Dawn, the education situation in Pakistan hasn't been good for years.

Nearly 60% of Sindhi children aged 5-16 years are unable to attend school, while 80% of schools do not have basic facilities.We want to bring to your attention the saddened, frightening situation of Sindhi children in Pakistan.About 7 million, or about 44%, 5-16 year-old children are out of school, according to government data.According to the 2020-21 statistics, 2.9 million children are in primary education in Sindh, and almost 47% of total primary schools have only one teacher, according to Kalhoro.The annual status of education report (ASER) Pakistan for 2021-2022 recommended that the Right to Education in Pakistan, Compulsory Education Act 2013 and the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 be implemented quickly, with 11 percent of the population in Sindh declining out-of-school attendance (more DOs).41,536 children (58 percent male and 42 percent female) aged 3-16 years and 35,506 children (5-16 years) were tested in grade two-level vocabulary and arithmetic skills.

The study found that 76 percent of all school-aged children (6-16 years old) were enrolled in government schools, while 6 percent (88 percent in 2019) were in non-state institutions (no pc madrassah, zero pc others).The percentage of children enrolled in Early Childhood Education (ECE), which is intended for children aged 3-5 years, decreased by 34 percent in 2021 (34 percent) relative to 2019 (46 percent).Around 66 percent of children in this age range are not currently enrolled in any ECE program.According to the study, a push for ECE in Sindh for foundational learning and holistic ECE (healthnutrition) is urgently needed.Looking at teachers qualifications, 14 pc teachers of surveyed government schools completed graduation as compared to 40 pc teachers of surveyed private schools.