“Finding my strength”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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“A solid foundation”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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Reinventing what it means to be human: Interview with Waseema Khawaja

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“Encouraged to come forward”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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“Confidence to break barriers”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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“Better, always better”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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Aga Khan Education Services

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The Aga Khan Education Services (AKES) employs almost 6,000 staff, of whom 99 percent are local and 53 percent are women.

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We work in 10 countries.

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We serve over 100,000 students every year.

What students know is no longer the most important measure of the quality of education. The true test is the ability to engage with what they do not know, and to work out a solution… The ability to make judgements that are grounded in solid information, and employ careful analysis should be one of the most important goals for any educational endeavour. As students develop this capacity, they can begin to grapple with the most important and difficult step: to learn to place such judgements in an ethical framework. Therein lies the formation of the kind of social consciousness that our world so desperately needs.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Osh, October 2002

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