Karim Massimov: Necessary to develop information infrastructure for quality education

05 August 2016, 20:45
Akmola Region

The Prime Minister Karim Massimov has  instructed the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan to increase the status of school teachers and develop information infrastructure for quality education of children 

Within the framework of his working visit to Akmola region K. Massimov visited a multidisciplinary high school "Miras".

In school the Prime Minister has held a meeting with teachers and discussed issues of improving the quality of education in small schools and boarding schools of the republic.

During the meeting, K. Masimov noted that the Head of the State Nursultan Nazarbayev pays special attention to the development of the education system. In this regard, the Ministry of Education and Science is working hard to provide quality education.

In addition, introduction of the updated content of secondary education was discussed in small schools and boarding schools, as well as improving logistics and training and methodological support small schools.

The Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan Yerlan Sagadiyev has made a report on these issues. The Minister said that the agency will continue introducing modern practices in all schools in the country.

The Prime Minister reminded that 48% of Kazakhstani students attend rural schools. In this regard, K. Massimov gave a number of instructions to the Ministry.

The Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan was instructed to make proposals to improve the status of teachers. Secondly, the Prime Minister stressed the need to develop infrastructure in the special schools.

Within the framework of the State program of infrastructure development "Nurly Zhol", before the end of 2017 it is planned to remove emergency schools and schools with a three-shift education (MES, MF, NEM, Astana and Almaty).

At the expense of the National Fund for 2015-2017  it is planned to construct 95 objects of education: 76 schools (17 - instead of emergency, 59 - instead of three-shift schools) and 19 kindergartens, of which:

 

- In 2015-2016 - 51 (34 schools and 17 kindergartens);

 

- In 2016-2017 - 44 (42 schools, 2 kindergartens).

 

In 2015-2016, 51 object was commissioned including:

 

- 13 schools (Aktobe - 1, Zhambyl - 1, Kyzylorda - 2, Mangistau - 1 standard deviation - 1, SKR – 6,  Almaty - 1);

 

- 7 kindergartens (Almaty – 2, Karaganda - 1, Mangistau – 1,  SKO - 1, Almaty - 1).

 

In 2016-2017 it is planned to construct 44 educational facilities (42 schools: 9 - instead of emergency, 33 - to replace three-shift) and two kindergartens.

 

For reference:

Kazakhstan has formed the legal framework in the field of education. The Republic of Kazakhstan adopted Laws "On Education", "On Higher Education", "On Science", "Children's Rights in the Republic of Kazakhstan", "On the State educational savings system", "On state youth policy", "On the commercialization of scientific and (or) scientific and technical activity " and others.

The following state programs are implemented and aimed at the development of the education system (State program of computerization of secondary education for 1997-2002, State Program "Education", State Program of Education Development in the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2005-2010,  State Program for Development of Technical and Vocational Education the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2008-2012,  State program for development of education of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2011-2020).