Three at a Desk: Bishkek needs to expand schools

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Most of the schools of Bishkek and Chui region, Kyrgyzstan is full. Convinced in this the President Sooronbai Jeenbekov visiting schools. How to solve the problem, found out the correspondent channel “WORLD 24” Zhaynagul Raimkulova.

To question everyone for the lesson, the teacher fails too many students. Sitting three to a Desk. In order to unload classes, the school renovated the basement. Now classes are held here. Difficult and school students and teachers.

“We do not have time to interview. The lesson starts with checking homework. Quickly check the overall plan, and then we go to the new topics go. Little things take very little,” says Gulzat tulenbaeva, the teacher of initial classes.

Rural school designed for 320 people. But now there’s six times more. Learn in four shifts. The latest class ends at 8 PM.

The Minister of education of Kyrgyzstan Gulmira Kudaiberdiyev believes that this is directly related to migration in the Chui region and Bishkek.

“The decision on the extension of additional buildings to the existing. About five schools identified in the Bishkek and also four or five schools in Sokuluk district,” she says.

The problem has reached a national scale and is now under the control of the President. Sooronbai Jeenbekov arrived at the school to assess the situation personally. The head of state showed, where you want to attach additional housing. It is designed for 500 people.

“Specially created Commission on the issue of overcrowding of schools. Proposals were made. First we need to solve the problem in Bishkek and Chui oblast. Money for expansion has already been allocated”, – said the head of state.

Slightly better situation in the capital. Here the schools are overcrowded almost three times. The extension is necessary, experts say – at least in order to create a special environment for children with disabilities.

Just this year, will begin to expand 10 schools in the capital and Chui region. In the future the funds will be sent to all regions of the country where there is a shortage of secondary schools.