There should be only One Education System in Pakistan (Proposition)
Educate them and you stabilise them. Educate them differently, and you cripple them.
Honourable President, Assalam Alaikum. The topic under debate here, that whether or not Pakistan shall have one educational system, is of extreme importance, and I strongly assert unification of educational boards. And considering the pathetic situation of Pakistan’s current educational structure, I guess it is pretty evident why I say so.
To many this may seem to be monopolising one educational board in the country. But is that even a concern? Ladies and gentlemen, my respected opposition is strongly refuting the idea of a unified education system. And one of the reasons for their opposition is the fact that the ‘world superpower’, USA, has multiple educational systems. But honourable President! Do my opponents even know that with its 139 different educational boards, this ‘superpower’ ranks the seventeenth in world’s educational ranking?
Respected President! I feel obliged to question my opposition—that if unification of educational boards was such a bad idea, then why the small European Finland ranks first in world educational ranking with just educational board? And why does this country, whose educational board we worship (Britain), rank sixth in these ratings? The answer, ladies and gentlemen, is simple: too many cooks spoil the broth, too many managers ruin the business and too many teachers devastate the learning.
Honourable Chair, I can assure you that another argument my opposition will present, is that the existence of a single education system will nullify all competition, and that will lead to stagnancy and ultimately, failure of the board. Respected President, had that argument been even valid, the Matric system would have been the most advanced board of the country. And I do not feel that its dilapidation requires any explanation. The experiment with multiple educational systems has clearly...