As one of the 21 GPE partner countries, the main educational challenges in the Kyrgyz Republic stems from the need to deepen reforms in key areas. One of the major challenges identified for the next decade is a comprehensive implementation process of educational standards. There is a need to prioritize access to high quality basic and primary education for both rural and minority population, alongside ensuring that the development of multilingual education and high quality teaching materials are provided in Uzbek, Kyrgyz and Russian languages.
Name: Diusheeva Nazira Kubanychbekovna,
Position: Head of Republican Teacher Training Institute of the Kyrgyz Republic.
|Dzhusupbekova Nadira Syntashevna||Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic||Ministry of Education and Science|
|Kasymova Nurzida Ababakirovna||Preschool education department, specialist on ECE/ECD||Ministry of Education and Science|
|Mambetakunov Ulanbek Esenbekovich||Vice President of Kyrgyz Academy of Education||Kyrgyz Academy of Education Ulanbek Mambetakunov|
|Sultanova Gulmira||WB Education specialist||World Bank|
|Dzhumagulova Chinargul||UNICEF ECE/ECD Officer||UNICEF|
Julia Levin (Research Associate)
UNESCO-IIEP Planipolis (Portal of education plans and policies)
This work was supported by the Global Partnership for Education Knowledge and Innovation Exchange, a joint endeavour with the International Development Research Centre, Canada