The State of Education in Pakistan: Assessment through Bloom’s Taxonomy
Keywords:Bloom taxonomy, quality of education, educational objectives, Pakistan
The quality of education in Pakistan had never been assessed against the ideal objectives set in the educational policies of the country. The current study involved interviews, quizzes, and discussions with 1485 students of elementary, secondary, and higher-secondary levels of education, including girls and boys from play group to class 12. The findings revealed that the educational objectives as described in Bloom’s taxonomy had not been satisfactorily achieved in Pakistani education. The study also proposed feasible suggestions to uplift the state of education in Pakistan.
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