Askhat Aimagambetov, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, answered journalists ' questions about trilingualism, peculiarities of home education, quality of higher education, corruption in educational organizations, etc.
Detailed information on discussion topics:
01:11-Trilingualism in Kazakhstan
06:45 – Kazakh language teaching based on the Latin alphabet
10: 50- Summative assessment for the term and summative assessment for the section: Is this system justified? Will the Ministry change anything?
20: 55 – Why does the Ministry need so much time?
24:35-Home education/Online education
29:10 – Brain drain: What to do after finishing secondary school?
31:35-Quality of education in universities
33:24-Licenses and certification
40:05- International rating of school education. Is it worth raising teachers ' salaries and giving them professional freedom?
45: 15- Use of informal study guides
46:15 – Problems with schoolbooks and programs
47: 20 - Issues and development of non-formal education
49:23- Grants from the Ministry of Education
54: 30- Results of PEAK research
58:45 – Corruption in education
1: 04: 10 – Is the Ministry considering separating boys and girls in classes?
1: 05: 20- Transition of UNT to electronic format
Hard Talk - Askhat Aimagambetov, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
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