Almost all of the schools damaged by militants in past years have now been rebuilt.
The move shows appreciation for those who give their lives in the fight against terrorism and financially supports children affected by militancy, officials say.
Maj. Langlands spent more than seven decades in Pakistan, educating many of the country's future leaders and military officers.
The colourful images painted onto trucks encourage education for girls and advocate against forced marriages.
There were as many as 4,000 people in Swat District who are addicted to drugs, including heroin and methamphetamine, a March survey conducted by Naway Jwand revealed.
'If we want to create a decent and a civilised society, we have to start from the universities to play a part in defeating terrorism,' one analyst argues.
Corporal punishment and physical abuse, a widely accepted practice in Pakistani schools, have discouraged students from going to schools, say observers.
The new KP government expects to enrol about 250,000 out-of-school children in government schools this year.
The bill, if it becomes law, would make corporal punishment in KP schools punishable with a fine and imprisonment.
Educational opportunities in Pakistan for Afghan students are a sign of strong ties between the two nations, officials say.