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“A SILENT language revolution is changing the face of Pakistan in the public discourse. There was a time when proceedings in most dialogues were conducted in English. As could be expected, the message conveyed by the speakers would not get across to the entire audience.”

Full article: https://www.dawn.com/news/1341225/creeping-changes

“Linguists, educationists and researchers from home and abroad sat down on Friday to determine the role of regional, national and global languages in the education system of Pakistan, the current practice of teachings of languages and identify the key gaps and challenges that ultimately contribute to poor student learning.”

Full article: https://www.dawn.com/news/1334285


“Punjab Assembly’s Standing Committee on Education Member Lubna Faisal of the PML-N agreed with the idea and said the provincial government was doing a lot to improve the education system in the province. She agreed that teaching in the mother tongue along with Urdu and English would prove productive.”

Full article: https://www.dawn.com/news/1334409/teaching-in-mother-tongue-will-be-productive


“The experts, speaking on the occasion, said that in the Pakistani context, there was a need for careful consideration of the roles of various languages that children were exposed to in the classroom, with a specific focus on the evidence that shed light on the appropriate medium of instruction to be used during early years of schooling.”

Full article: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/205665-Moot-on-learning-issues-in-education