It is a descriptive study that used a mix method of research. The data were collected from primary
and secondary sources. The type of sampling technique followed in this study was first to select
the clusters and then selecting the specified number of respondents from each selected cluster. First the respondents
were categorized as principals and teachers of schools, colleges and Regional Institutes of Teachers Education and
key informants at the provincial level. Then purposive sample was drawn from clusters of those subjects who could
provide useful information about the study. In order to suggest a remedy for the solution to these problems it was
recommended that both access and quality should be improved making the education affordable for all concerned.
It was recommended that the issues of absorption and marketability of graduates at different levels of education
should be addressed in the national policies.
1-Saira Begum PhD Scholar, Department of Education, Sarhad University of Science and Technology, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.2-Mohammad Iqbal Director, Department of Education, Sarhad University of Science and Technology, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.3-Niaz Muhammad Aajiz Assistant Professor, Islamia College University, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
Impact, Investment in Education, Allocation, Expenditure, Priorities.