To the press conference on the implementation of the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of March 9, 2020 No 132 “On measures to further develop the system of compulsory one-year preparation of children for primary education”

Scientific observations and research have shown that a person can acquire seventy percent of all information in his or her lifetime by the age of five. Therefore, in our country, pre-school education has become an integral part of the system of continuing education.

In particular, it was noted at today’s press conference that one of the most pressing issues today is the preparation of 6-year-olds for school, which is an important task for the industry.
In particular, out of a total of 669,198 6-year-olds covered by the pre-school education system, 114,286 were enrolled in short-term groups, 89,240 in one-year free pre-school groups, and 311,618 in pre-school groups. .

In particular, 515,144 out of 669,198 6-year-old children, or 77%, are currently enrolled in pre-school education in the country, which is divided into the following regions:

In addition, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on May 8, 2019
In accordance with the Concept of Development of the Preschool Education System of the Republic of Uzbekistan until 2030, approved by Resolution No. PP-4312, according to the new target indicators of coverage of preschool children, By 2025, it is planned to fully involve six-year-old children in one-year compulsory free training groups, and by 2030 to cover 80.8% of children aged 3-7 in the country with preschool education.
In order to prepare 6-year-old children enrolled in pre-school education institutions for school education, the state curriculum of the “First Step” preschool organization and the alternative curriculum “Path of Science” are used.

Further improvement of the pre-school education system through the system of compulsory free one-year primary education, upbringing of healthy, active, well-rounded, socially adapted children, creation of conditions for further successful learning activities and quality preparation for primary education 6 years old The main goals are to cover children with preschool education.

“Compulsory one-year pre-primary education” is a phrase that is naturally asked by everyone who hears or reads it, how is the cost of “free” education covered?

Compulsory free education is fully covered by the budget.

416,700 soums per month and 5 million soums per year from the state budget per child. UZS are allocated.

$ 50 billion for free compulsory education by 2020 UZS allocated,

In 2021, 57.8 billion. UZS has been allocated.

As noted above, today 6-year-olds are included in short-term groups in preschools, pre-school groups, and one-year free pre-school groups. Parental fees vary from region to region:

a) for short-term groups:

In short-term groups, the amount of parental payment for child support is differentiated according to the location of the MTT and the number of children attending the MTT from the family.

Parent fee:

38,000 soums per child in Tashkent, 36,000 soums in the regional center, 32,000 soums in the cities subordinate to the region, 29,000 soums in the district center, and 26,000 soums in other places;

26,000 soums in Tashkent, 25,000 soums in the regional center, 23,000 soums in the cities subordinate to the region, 20,000 soums in the district center, 18,000 soums in other places with 2 or more children from the family. .

Also, in MTTs located in 70 districts of the country, these amounts are paid by half.

(b) one year of compulsory primary education for primary education:

Parental fees are not charged for one-year compulsory primary education groups.

c) by preschool groups:

In MTT preschool groups, parental fees are categorized according to the location of the MTT, the group work schedule, and the number of children attending the MTT from the family.

Parental payment for 9 hours:

206,000 soums per child in Tashkent, 199,000 soums in the regional center, 183,000 soums in the cities subordinate to the region, 135,000 soums in the district center, and 95,000 soums in other places;

147,000 soums in Tashkent, 141,000 soums in the regional center, 130,000 soums in the cities subordinate to the region, 102,000 soums in the district center, 77,000 soums in other places with 2 or more children from the family. .

Parental payment for 10.5 hours of work:

246,000 soums per child in Tashkent, 238,000 soums in the regional center, 206,000 soums in the cities of the region, 183,000 soums in the district center, 167,000 soums in other places;

175,000 soums in Tashkent, 169,000 soums in the regional center, 147,000 soums in the cities subordinate to the region, 138,000 soums in the district center, 133,000 soums in other places with 2 or more children from the family.

Expanding the coverage of 6-year-olds in pre-school education, taking into account the best international practices, will increase the opportunities for children not covered by pre-school education to develop in all aspects of mental, moral, aesthetic and physical development in accordance with state requirements.

In addition, children enrolled in pre-school education will have the opportunity to feel at ease in the future, to have easy social interactions with their peers.

One-year preparatory groups for compulsory primary education for children aged 6-7 years, as well as short-term groups, require parents who are unable or unwilling to enroll their children in a full-time preschool. serves their needs.

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