A Comparative Evaluation Of Punjab And Sindh Education Foundations: Case Study Of District Rajanpur And Kashmor
Author: Muhammad Tariq


The research study aims to assess the quality of education in Punjab Education Foundation and Sindh Education Foundation assisted schools and addresses various research questions and objectives. The study explores different aspects related to the quality of education, including effective teaching methods, measurement of student learning outcomes, and the role of school resources, functional facilities and administration in improving academic performance. The objectives involve evaluating teacher performance, measuring student learning outcomes, and assessing school resources, functional facilities and administration. The research methodology employs mixed-method approach, utilizing close-ended questionnaires for teacher and administration staff and assessment tool for students for data collection and content analysis for the policy documents. The study gathers primary data from teachers, students, and administrative staff through convenient and systematic random sampling techniques. Descriptive and content analysis was employed to analysis the data. The findings indicate that Punjab Education Foundation assisted schools demonstrate higher teacher performance, better student learning outcomes, and superior infrastructure and resources compared to Sindh Education Foundation assisted schools and Sindh Education Foundation has better policies and financial support. However, improvements are needed in teacher’s performance especially in teaching methodology, infrastructure and functional facilities of Sindh Education Foundation assisted schools to enhance their overall performance. This finding could strengthen knowledge of education quality through innovative teaching methods, professional development initiatives and sustainable functional facilities in assisted schools.

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