There are no magic and miracles but there is mathematics behind everything. To compete and progress with contemporary world; critical thinking, problem-solving, and reasoning are core skills to have, which all are fundamentally based on education of mathematics. The major reason for dropouts in school is boring and lengthy course content and syllabus. The researcher of this paper is proposing a conceptual framework to educate street-child, child-labor, women, and farmers using two courses syllabus; one is literacy (local language, a national language, and/or foreign language) and the second mathematics (problem-solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning).
The proposed methodology will be one hour per week mobile schools with ICT based interactive pedagogy and gamification. The students will take their lessons and evaluate their performance after biometric attendance backed by incentive(pay) to learn phenomena.
The researcher has a hypothesis that the teaching, learning and remembering of “names”, “places”, “dates”, “facts” and “figures” are useless and major motive to induce withdrawal of pupils particularly under-privileged masses. Most of the things are depending on rote memorization which is causing the behavior that promotes cramming and forgetting rather than life-long learning. If education is focused on literacy and mathematics only then the dropout ratio can be decay exponentially which will ultimately lead to social economic equality due awareness and education for all.
This research work is out of the box solution to eliminate extremism and ensure social economic equality by growing “common sense”, “sense of respect” and “sense of responsibility”. In macro scenario, the researcher is focused to create uniform qualification framework which will provide equivalence to vocational knowledge with academic knowledge. The ultimate goal is to develop mechanism for street children, child labor, women and farmers to get admissions in universities (probably true and pure open universities, where there is no one yet in Pakistan).