Weightage needs to be given to our constitutional fundamental rights, such as article 25-A and article 22(1) over those falling under Principle of policy chapter, such as the much quoted Article 31. This demarcation between chapters is necessary because fundamental rights cannot be compromised at any cost, whereas principles of policy are subjected to availability of resources.
Education is subordinated to the class interests of the urban, professional, English-using elite in Pakistan. For its political interests this elite has been using the name of Islam, and has strengthened the religious lobby, in the process. It has also strengthened the hold of capitalist entrepreneurs on education making for its commodification, importing corporate governance into education and devaluing the state system of education further.