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Date: 12 Sep | Story Source: The Express Tribune (Pakistan) ~ Go to Original Article

ISLAMABAD: The United Kingdom on Tuesday offered Pakistan support in resolving the issue of some 22 million out-of-school children in the country, even as the government pointed out that it has set up a task force to review the education system.

This was disclosed as British High Commissioner Thomas Drew led a high-powered delegation to meet with the Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood in the federal capital on Tuesday.

During the meeting, Mahmood briefed the delegation about the education crises and said that the new government was currently facing a host of challenges in the education sector and that…


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