Shavkat Mirziyoyev: “I will not respect the one who does not respect the teacher”Coordination with modern requirements of school infrastructure remains an important issue in the country. This was noted at the meeting on radical transformation of the public education system, which was held at the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
As it was noted, most schools are two- or three-story buildings. Meanwhile, there are no obstacles to construction of four or five-story schools. On the contrary, this will improve the conditions in schools, create rooms, provide an opportunity for reaching more students. As a result of not using the opportunities in many territories, children are studying in three shifts.
At the meeting it was emphasized that in the “Model school” project, attention should be paid to creation of comprehensive amenities for students in schools.
For comprehensive development of schools, it is expedient to use internal opportunities. In this direction, the experience of one of the schools of Sergeli district of the capital was noted. The fact is that the school has a student garden, in which every student has an own tree. Students take care of trees, timely water them. This takes an important place in upbringing the child, together with formation of a sense of love for nature, it also contributes to an increase in a sense of responsibility. And the profit obtained from the gardens can be used in the interests of students.
Giving necessary tasks on increasing the authority of teachers, the Head of the state emphasized: “I will not respect the one who does not respect the teacher”.
Indeed, a teacher must be the owner of the most authoritative profession in society. And for this, all measures will be taken. Such approach has provided accelerated progress in Japan and Singapore – the countries that are considered to be among the most developed in the world.
At the meeting, Deputy Prime Ministers, heads of ministries and departments, the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, khokims of the regions and the city of Tashkent and responsible workers of relevant organizations were given tasks on the considered issues.
Norgul Abduraimova, UzA