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Public & Private School

CHINA
35% of China's schools are privately-run.
China's private schools totaled 183,500, registering an increase of 5,815
from the previous year, according to a statistical report on China's
education development in 2018 issued by the Ministry of Education.
The total enrollment of the country's private schools was 53.78 million in
2018, up 5.03 percent from 2017, the report said.
Others 65% of China's schools are publicaly-run.
Pakistan
• The education system of Pakistan is comprised of 260,903
institutions and is currently facilitating 41,018,384 students. The
system includes 180,846 public institutions and 80,057 private
institutions.
• Hence 31% of educational institutes are run by private sector while
69% are run by public sector.
• These public and private sector institutes have raised the literacy rate
of Pakistan up to 250% over the recent years but the goal of a school
or an educational institute is not just to raise the literacy rate, but
also to provide the students with skillful knowledge and training.
Holes in Education ; China
• The per capita GDP of China is not high.Therefore the resource of
education is very limited. So what the policymakers consider is to use
the limited resource to create the max outcome.
• In 1980–2000s,the demand for ordinary low skilled workers were
most needed.
• In 2000–, the demand for well-skilled workers and engineers are most
needed.
• Therefore around in 2000s,there was a education reform,which
resulted in the universities accepting much more students.
CONT’D
• The problem is not in the quality of the students, nor in the teachers;
it is in the method of teaching that does not stress critical thinking
and a creative approach to problem-solving.
• In china, children are turned out in a :cookie cutter approach which
does not sufficiently allow for “thinking outside of the box” or
allowing a student to learn by failing.
Holes in Education ; Pakistan
• Six Key Challenges Faced by the Education Sector in Pakistan
• Despite increase in budgets, enrollment in schools remains low,
quality of learning is poor, and there are not enough buildings or
teachers. ...
• There Is Not Enough Infrastructure.
• Substantial Shortage of Trained Teachers.
• Quality of Learning Is Poor.
• Curricula Needs to Change.
• Parents and School Committees are Ineffective.
CONT’D
• Technical Education: Sufficient attention has not been paid to the
technical and vocational education in Pakistan. The number of
technical and vocational training institutes is not sufficient and many
are deprived of infrastructure, teachers and tools for training. The
population of a state is one of the main elements of its national
power. It can become an asset once it is skilled. Unskilled population
means more jobless people in the country, which affects the national
development negatively. Therefore, technical education needs priority
handling by the government.