Forward Public School

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Forward Public School is located in Phase 2, Hayatabad, Peshawar. It offers co-education until 5th grade but is only for girls from 6th grade.[1]

The school has also been accused of showing racism towards its pupils. Afghan parents of 6th and 7th grade students who were denied admission because of their ethnic origin reported the school to The News, a very popular newspaper of Pakistan.[2] When asked for the reason why the school has been showing such racist behavior towards its pupils, Mr. Sarfraz, the headmaster, blamed it on the government.

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