MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGS) AND QUALITY EDUCATION SITUATION IN PAKISTAN AT PRIMARY LEVEL
Educational outcomes are one of the key areas influenced by family incomes which directly effects quality education. Children from low-income families often start school already behind their peers who come from more affluent families, as shown in measures of school readiness. The incidence, depth, duration and timing of poverty all influence a child’s educational attainment, along with community characteristics and social networks. However, it represents that the effects of poverty can be reduced using sustainable interventions to enhance quality education.REFERENCES
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