Essay from Atajanova Ogultuvak 

Headshot of a Central Asian teen girl with dark hair up behind her head, dark eyes, small pink earrings, and a white collared shirt.

Student of Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh, faculty of biology first course. 

                   Children’s education in Uzbekistan

Today, Uzbekistan pays great attention to children’s education. Because the saying “The future is in the hands of the youth” is not in vain. This is the real reason why so much attention is paid to this education. Not only the Republic of Uzbekistan, but perhaps the whole world has paid attention to children’s education. In particular, the establishment of a step-by-step educational program for children in Uzbekistan and the establishment of free school education are proof of the trust and respect shown to them.

By 2022, the rate of admission of children to preschool education, i.e. kindergarten, has been raised in Uzbekistan. Earlier, kindergarten education was not considered mandatory, but today it is determined that it is necessary in all regions. In this regard, laws and regulations are also being adopted. Various laws have been adopted to set the age of admission to kindergarten as three years old, to manage their daily food ration, and to prevent the educators from committing various violations.

Kindergarten should be a place where every child can be taught basic knowledge, manners and respect. Laws and regulations are also being adopted in this regard. To govern the students’ daily food ration, establish the entry age to  kindergarten at three years old, and stop the teachers from breaking rules, various laws have been adopted.

Every child should be able to learn fundamental information,  manners and respect in kindergarten. The major objective of kindergarten education is to get kids ready for school by teaching them fundamental ideas in straightforward  language.

Between 2016 and 2022, major improvements in kindergarten instruction were seen in Uzbekistan. Between 2016 and 2022, there will be a difference in the number of  rural children and their kindergarten attendance.

Today, there is a wide range in the caliber of education in rural areas as well. Children receive a lot of attention because they will be the future’s  leaders. For their healthy development, a variety of clubs are being organized. The tradition of Eastern thinkers places a high value on educational  issues. They gave a lot of thought to the family and the upbringing of the  children within it in particular.

The challenges of raising a kid in a family and solutions to those challenges are outlined in the writings of intellectuals such Abu Nasr  Farabi, Abu Rayhan Beruni, Kaikovus, and Alisher Navoi.

Preschool Education is currently being attempted utilizing the strategy of deploying “mobile kindergartens” to enroll preschoolers in rural  places.

Four specially equipped buses, dubbed “Aqlvoy” mobile kindergartens, were introduced to the area and are now serving children in the most remote communities in the Hazorasp, Bogot, Yangiariq, and Khiva districts.

Eleven stations in total are being set up, and a list of kids who will be taken to mobile kindergartens is being created. With the start of the new school year, this approach will enable 384 additional children to enroll in pre-school programs.

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