Asia (bbabo.net), - In nine schools built by Russia in Kyrgyzstan, the curriculum will be compiled according to Russian and Kyrgyz standards of education. This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Education of the Kyrgyz Republic Nadira Dzhusupbekova, reports today, January 23, IA 24.kg.
According to the agency, the statement was made at a meeting of the parliamentary committee on international affairs, defense and security.
“Our teachers will also be there, as Russian teachers cannot teach all subjects. Now the Russian Federation is considering the construction of dormitories at schools for teachers. The curriculum will be compiled according to Russian and our standards. All our subjects will also be included: the Kyrgyz language, literature, the history of Kyrgyzstan, pre-war training and others. Graduates will receive certificates from the two countries,” said Dzhusupbekova.
At the same time, deputy Shailoobek Atazov noted that the educational and curriculum of schools should be based on national ideology.
Also from other parliamentarians there was a proposal to build more schools in the regions, and not in the capital.
It is reported that Russian citizens will be directors of schools, but candidates for these positions will be agreed with the Kyrgyz side.
Previously, 455 million rubles will be spent on the construction of educational institutions designed for 1.2 thousand places.
Earlier, the Jogorku Kenesh (Parliament) agreed to give a school in Bishkek to Gazprom Kyrgyzstan for 20 years for free use. During the consideration of the contract, the Ministry of Education reported that in return Russia promises to build educational institutions in the regions.