EMOs reform is an important part of the Government’s strategy towards developing Sindh’s education sector, and meet targets of access and quality and improving the literacy rate. In 2013, the Government of Sindh passed the Sindh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act in compliance with Article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan.
Under the EMOs reform, the Education and Literacy Department (ELD), GoS will design, contract, and administer partnerships with credible EMOs from the private sector to manage and improve the functioning of public schools by introducing innovations, modernizing the education system, addressing management gaps, maintaining and upgrading the school building and facilities. The public schools managed and run by the EMOs will function under the given constitutional provision and the aforesaid Act passed thereafter.
In the first phase, the Education & Literacy Department has signed four concession agreements with EMOs to contract management of first four schools constructed with the support of United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The concession agreements signed for the first four schools in District Khairpur and Sukkur, out of an approximately 106 schools.
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