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Education, Skills, and Youth

Tabadlab’s Centre for Education, Skills, and Youth takes a holistic approach to the role and purpose of education in impacting lives. It empowers decision-makers and experts with evidence and innovative ideas to advance young people’s development in a changing demographic landscape. Working across policy and service delivery areas including education, skill development, and integrative approaches with a keen focus on accessibility, quality, and sustainability, the team has covered a wide range of topics. These include girls’ education, teaching and learning, inclusion of religious minorities and children with disabilities, accountability and education systems strengthening, access to education, digital literacy and more. 

The Centre’s latest report, “Towards Learning: Using Behavioral Insights to Activate Parental Engagement”, unpacks Pakistan’s learning crisis and suggests a largely overlooked and under-implemented solution: parental engagement in children’s learning.

Our Publications

Umar Nadeem, Moiz Naeem, Maira Sheikh and Mosharraf Zaidi
Posted by Umar Nadeem, Moiz Naeem, Maira Sheikh and Mosharraf Zaidi
March 7, 2024

Towards Learning

Applying Behavioral Insights to Activate Parental Engagement You can download the full...

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Maira Sheikh and Umar Nadeem
Posted by Maira Sheikh and Umar Nadeem
June 1, 2023

Government Embracing EdTech: The Case of the TeleSchool App

You can download the PDF version here. Pakistan has witnessed a high...

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Danyal Adam Khan
Posted by Danyal Adam Khan
February 22, 2021

Skills Development to Accelerate Economic Recovery during Covid-19

The youth bulge in Pakistan offers a unique and timed opportunity to yield demographic dividend from a developed and economically productive workforce, however, this potential is far from being realised.

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Maryam Mirza
Posted by Maryam Mirza
January 29, 2021

Teachers’ Readiness for Learning Continuity

Beyond notifications and decisions on compliance of SOPs, there has been minimal training and preparation for teachers to be able to manage an effective return to schools.

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