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In 12 of 29 CEECIS countries are at risk of not developing to their potential due to poverty, stunting or both.
Ministry of Public Education and UNICEF step up efforts to improve basic education quality
TASHKENT, 17 March 2011 — A
The round table was organized by the Ministry of Public Education and UNICEF and brought together representatives of state ministries of public and higher education, economy, finance, health, labour and social protection, pedagogical institutions, international organizations, donors and other stakeholders to review factors that influence the quality of education. They also identified steps to align quality standards with the best international practices and standards.
«UNICEF has always worked closely with the Ministry of Public Education to introduce modern education methods in Uzbekistan. We are happy to now work together to strengthen the principles of Quality Basic Education for children and their teachers throughout Uzbekistan," said Marilyn Hoar, UNICEF Chief of Education at the opening.
One of the international frameworks to improve the quality of education systems is the
Over the last decade many countries around the world, including Uzbekistan, adapted the CFS framework to fit their needs. In Uzbekistan, through a collaborative effort among the Ministry of Public Education, UNICEF,
This comprehensive concept of quality has facilitated the country’s transition to a
The development and adoption of standard guidelines for an optimal learning environment is based on suitable conditions, adequate resources and efficient pedagogical processes. Today’s round table marks a step forward in assessing more effectively the quality of the educational system and in monitoring the academic and social progress of students. It will also contribute to evaluating education reforms.
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UNICEF REGIONAL DIRECTOR TO VISIT UZBEKISTAN17 July 2018