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Government has a big role in providing its citizens proper education. Pakistan has undergone a number of changes since 1980s. Recent policy changes is slowly shaping the nation, making it look more and more like Western nations that embrace "Americanization." Pakistan is rapidly losing its social democratic status. Unfortunately, the so-called economic restructuring that is currently taking place is having adverse effects on the Pakistani school system and its students
I'm convinced that they either don't get it and never will or they get it but refuse to acknowledge it. The fact of the matter is we've been dealing with a dysfunctional education system for a long time and the so called solutions out number the days in a year for each year this problem has existed.
Traveling the world can be a fun experience, but volunteering abroad is more fulfilling. Anyone can go to another country and snap photographs, but actually interacting with people to build a stronger community is an unmatched experience.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a medical condition affecting approximately 5 percent of children aged 6 to 17 years of age. Children with ADHD often display symptoms of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness, which can affect their ability to effectively focus on school work, as well as adapt to social situations.
The importance of advertising can hardly be overemphasised in the competitive environment we live in today. No matter what the field may be, whether it is education, health care or the latest fashions, a large part of business success seems to hinge on advertising wizardry.
A traveler studies the menu on a transatlantic liner or, indeed, in some American hotels a paralyzing sensation. There is so much to eat--for more than he can possibly digest. One sometimes has the same feeling about education, which also offers an enormous bill of fare. Almost any dish can be found in it, from Greek to stenography, from music to economics. How are we to choose from the bewildering profusion? What dishes ought we to order if we wish not merely to fill ourselves up, but to get the nourishment necessary to a healthy life, to become really educated people?