Most of Pakistan’s philosophising, armchair and otherwise, revolves around the issue of education, or rather the lack thereof. Politicians promise it, parents demand it, and students either dread it or love it, and the government and education institutions have failed to adequately provide it.
Pakistan’s education indicators show how difficult the situation is. While primary school enrollment for boys as of 2008-2012 is 101.3 percent and primary school enrollment for girls is 83.3 percent, only 39.7 percent of males and 29.2 percent of females end up enrolling in secondary school.
Here is the detailed Infographic on Education in Pakistan