Progressive Education Network is a non-profit company which provides quality education to underprivileged children across Pakistan.
PEN is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan under Section 42 of the Companies Ordinance 1984 which entails compliance with strict regulations of reporting, audit and governance.
Presently, PEN is providing education to over 23,423 students and operating 89 public schools nationwide.
PEN partners with District Governments to adopt failing public schools for a period of at least 10 years. In PEN-adopted schools, we implement reforms that improve academics, and provide vital missing facilities.
We also organize co-curricular activities that develop students’ character and leadership skills, and impart IT education from primary-level.
Our interventions are continuously evaluated through a rigorous monitoring, and impact assessment mechanism.
Our Academic Focus
Our intervention in under-served public schools focuses on improvement of education delivery. We demonstrate characteristic expertise in the following areas:
- Teachers’ training
- Enrollment of out-of-school children
- Early childhood education
- Teaching aids
- Computer education
- Development of academic resources
PEC announced result for grade V & VIII on 31st March 2016. We are very pleased to share that we have achieved marked improvement in student performance indicators for Classes V & VIII in National Cluster – Sheikhupura. Given below…
Punjab Examination Commission has announced results for Class V & VIII. We are pleased to share that through persistent efforts and determination of our students, teachers and school staff under the guidance of PEN, PEC result for PEN adopted schools…
When PEN adopted the Government Boys Middle School, Keer Kalan in 2010, the school had a dilapidated building with an unkempt ground and dangerous washrooms . People of the neighborhood used the school’s playgrounds to dump waste. It had only…
We are thankful for the support of some of the most well-known companies in Pakistan.