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1 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION IN UZBEKISTAN Statistical bulletin FACTS AND FIGURES Statistics Series 5

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3 PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION IN UZBEKISTAN Statistical bulletin FACTS AND FIGURES Statistics Series 5

4 This statistical bulletin presents education system data of Uzbekistan containing key indicators on primary and secondary education for academic year on the national and regional levels. The publication is intended for a broad audience including government officials, research community, and other interested parties. The statistical bulletin is published with the support of the UNDP Office in Uzbekistan and in cooperation with the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics. The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the UNDP Office in Uzbekistan. State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics, 2007 All rights reserved. Contact address: 63, Buyuk Ipak Yuli Street, Tashkent , Uzbekistan. Electronic version of publication in Uzbek, English and Russian is available at: Ptinted in Uzbekistan, Tashkent Contour-Digital Company. Address: 8d, Turkistan str., Tashkent, Uzbekistan Tel.: (998 71) , ;

5 FOREWORD FOREWORD Development of educational system and training of the young generation are identified by the Government of Uzbekistan as priority directions in formulating the principles of building a new society in the country. This approach derives from the Uzbek model of reforming the economy, social sector and policy, which proclaims the man, his prosperity and welfare as the key goal. Access to quality education is considered as the basic right of a man, which ensures the increase in living standards and health improvement of individuals, on a society scale the most important condition for renovation of all aspects of the society s life and achieving gender equality. Uzbekistan ranks among the leading countries in the world by the main indicators of the level of education. Notwithstanding all difficulties of the transition period, the country has managed to not only maintain the achievements in this sphere, but also create qualitatively new conditions for the development of education in line with on-going market reforms. The new concept of education was given a statutory standard by the adoption of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan On education and the National Program for Development of Human Resources (1997), which identified the priority status of education in the state policy, the strategy and key directions of its development in the long-term perspective. These directions include: preserving the unity of educational space of Uzbekistan; introduction of a system of educational standards; ensuring successiveness of the levels and stages of education; providing various options of educational programs; combining mass education with elite education in each phase; identification of talented youth; creating prerequisites for gaining fundamental and special knowledge at the highest educational level at academic institution including in highly developed countries; humanizing education building a comprehensive picture of the world, high spirituality, culture, and global thinking among students; rational focus of education enshrined in its organic unity with national history, traditions and customs, preserving and enriching the culture of Uzbek people, recognizing the education as a central instrument of national development and respect to the history and culture of other nations; mandatory nature of general secondary as well as secondary special and vocational education; universal access to education within the state educational standards. The legislation guarantees equal rights to everyone to obtain education irrespective of gender, language, age, race, ethnic background, beliefs, religious affiliation, social background, profession, public status, residence, duration of residence in Uzbekistan. The right for education is guaranteed by: the development of government and non-government educational institutions; offering in-service training; free-of-charge training within state educational and human resources training program; equal rights of graduates of all educational institutions upon admission to the upper level education; granting the rights to the family-educated or self-educated to be certified via externship at accredited educational institutions. In the framework of implementation of the National Program for Development of Human Resources, organizational basis has been created along with adoption of a range of legislative and regulatory acts, and state educational standards and requirements for all types of education have been approved and adopted. New generation textbooks for basic education, secondary special and vocational education; learning aids and recommendations for specialists of pre-school institutions, schools, academic high schools and vocational colleges have been developed and published. Basic educational, secondary special and vocational educational institutions have introduced trainings based on new academic curricula and programs, which envisage successiveness of courses and disciplines. Network of schools is expanded, new types of educational institutions academic high schools and vocational colleges are established and launched. At the beginning of academic year 2006/2007, 99 academic high schools and 953 vocational colleges were active. 53,100 students were enrolled at academic high schools, and 1,021,900 students were enrolled at vocational colleges. In the 2006/2007 academic year, 4,600 faculty members were employed at academic high schools and 48,500 faculty members at vocational colleges. Of all faculty members of academic high schools 98% have higher education degree. This indicator stands at 93.8% for vocational colleges. At the beginning of academic year 2006/2007, there were 62 higher education institutions nationwide with 286,300 students enrolled. Female students accounted for 40.9% of all students at higher education institutions. The number of undergraduate enrollees in academic year 2006/2007 amounted to 55,500 students, including 33,400 paying tuition fees (61.2% of all undergraduate admissions). Females account for 39.8% of all undergraduates admitted. 59 universities are entitled to offer postgraduate degrees. In academic year 2006/2007 5,641 persons were 3

6 FOREWORD admitted as postgraduate students, of which 4,132 (73.2%) are paying tuition fees. 36.2% of all postgraduate admitted are females. There are more than 7.4 mln. students enrolled in the entire educational system including 3.5 mln. female students (47.3% of all students) in Uzbekistan. There are significant differences among male and female students in the choice of areas of study at educational institutions. As a rule, female students of higher and secondary special educational institutions prefer areas such as education and healthcare, while men opt for industrial sector, agriculture, construction, and educa-tion. Stereotypes, i.e. distinguishing between female and male jobs, family traditions and economic factors influence the choice of profession by men and women. This statistical compilation was prepared by the State Statistics Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan and presents statistical information on the level of education of population, number of students in the breakdown of types of educational institutions as well as students in vocational and higher education institutions by sectoral profile of academic institutions and number of teachers at educational institutions. State statistical monitoring data on the activities of basic education institutions, secondary special, vocational, and higher education institutions are the sources of information. This publication is developed and published with the technical assistance of United Nations Development Program in Uzbekistan. Direct support to the publication process is provided by UNDP s MDG Statistics Project. 4

7 CONTENTS Foreword...3 Glossary Demographic indicators... Permanent population Permanent population by regions Age-based composition of population by gender KEY educational indicators... Key indicators of educational development Number of students by areas of study Share of students covered in certain types of training Consolidated educational indicators Pre-school institutions... Pre-school institutions Pre-school institutions by regions Distribution of pre-school institutions across regions in Distribution of pre-school institutions of the Ministry of Public Education across regions in Availability of places at pre-school institutions across regions in Availability of places for children at pre-school institutions across regions Availability of places for children at pre-school institutions across regions in Endowment of children with pre-school institutions across regions in Number of pre-school institutions by types and regions in Distribution of available places by types of pre-school institutions across regions in Distribution of the number of children by types of pre-school institutions and regions in Number of non-government pre-school institutions by types in Distribution of places by types at non-government pre-school institutions across regions in Distribution of the number of children by types at non-government pre-school institutions and regions in Distribution of children at pre-school institutions by age Number of faculty members at pre-school institutions Number of faculty members at pre-school institutions by educational attainment Distribution of pre-school institutions by their purpose Boarding schools for children General Education Institutions... Number of general education schools Number of pupils and teachers at general education schools Number of general education schools across regions Number of pupils at general education schools across regions Distribution of general education school pupils by language of tuition Number of general education school pupils by class groups Number of pupils at general education schools by class groups and regions Number of teachers at general education schools by regions Regular general education schools Number of regular general education schools across regions

8 CONTENTS Composition of regular general education schools by educational form Composition of regular general education schools across urban and rural areas Number of pupils and teachers at regular general education schools Number of pupils at regular general education schools across regions Number of pupils at regular general education schools by groups of classes Number of pupils at regular general education schools by class groups and regions Number of children educated at home by special programmes and regions Number of teacher of regular general education schools across regions in 2005/ Regular general education schools of the Ministry of Education across regions Age-distribution of pupils at regular general education schools across regions Regular general education schools by types of education and regions in 2006/ Regular general education schools by types of education in rural areas and across regions in 2006/ Pupils at regular general education schools by types of education and regions in 2006/ Pupils at regular general education schools by types of education in rural areas and regions in 2006/ Regular general education schools with extended day groups Pupils at regular general education schools with extended day groups by regions Coverage of the pupils of Grades 1-9 of regular general education schools by extended day groups by regions Class shifts at regular general education schools Class shifts at regular general education schools by regions Class shifts at regular general education schools in rural areas across regions Distribution of regular schools by tuition language Distribution of regular school pupils by tuition language Academic high schools established in the place of regular general education schools across regions Gymnasia established in the place of regular general education schools across regions Graduates of general education institutions Graduates of Grade 9 and 11 of regular general education schools across regions Evening (shift-based) general education schools Age distribution of students of evening (shift based) general education schools Evening (shift-based) general education schools by regions Graduates of evening (shift-based) general education schools across regions Teachers at regular general education schools by educational level Teachers at regular general education schools by educational level Teachers at regular general education schools by educational level across regions Schools for children with intellectual or physical development impairments, sanatorium schools Number of pupils at schools for children with intellectual or physical development impairments and sanatorium schools Schools for children with intellectual or physical development impairments across regions Distribution of regular general education schools by foreign language taught across regions Distribution of the pupils of regular general education schools by foreign language taught across regions Secondary special and vocational education... Key indicators of secondary special and vocational education institutions Students at secondary special and vocational education institutions by educational forms Distribution of students at secondary special 6

9 CONTENTS and vocational education institutions by area of study in 2006/2007 academic year Number of students at secondary special and vocational education institutions by gender and educational forms Gender distribution of students at secondary special and vocational education institutions by area of study Number of secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Number of students at secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Distribution of secondary special and vocational education institutions by educational profile Female's share among students of secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Students of secondary special and vocational education institutions by language of study Admissions to secondary special and vocational education institutions by area of study Admissions to secondary special and vocational education institutions by forms of study Graduates of secondary special and vocational education institutions by forms of study Admissions to secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Graduates of secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Graduates of secondary special and vocational education institution by area of study Graduates of secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Faculty of secondary special and vocational education institutions across regions Academic high schools across regions Admissions to academic high schools across regions Graduates of academic high schools across regions Distribution of academic high school students by age and regions Faculty of academic high schools across regions Availability and utilization of laboratory facilities and dormitories of academic high schools across regions Vocational colleges across regions Student admissions to vocational colleges across regions Graduates of vocational college across regions Number of students at vocational colleges by area of study Admissions to vocational colleges by area of study Graduates of vocational colleges by area of study Student distribution at vocational colleges by age and regions Faculty of vocational colleges across regions Availability and utilization of laboratory facilities and dormitories of vocational colleges across regions

10 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY Demographic indicators Permanent population permanent residents in a particular area at the moment of census including those absent temporarily. Current assessment of permanent residence based on census database will be held in the period between censuses incorporating data of current registration of demographic events. Urban population population residing in urban settlements. Populated areas (settlements) approved by the Parliament as cities and townships are considered to be urban areas. Rural population are the people who live in rural areas. Populated areas not classified as urban are considered to be rural areas. Data on age are provided for permanent population, which includes permanent residents in the area including those temporarily absent at the moment of census. Pre-school education Pre-school education institutions implement general pre-school programmes of pre-school education of different areas, provide care, observance, recreation, upbringing and education of children aged 6-7. Pre-school institutions include day nurseries (for children under 3), daycare centers (for children aged 3 and all ages) and kindergartens (for children aged 3 and older) operating at least 8 months per annum. Number of pre-school institutions a number of permanent institutions for upbringing pre-school aged children. According to their profiles, pre-school education institutions consist of the following categories: Day nurseries, daycare centers, kindergartens, home-based kindergarten (as an independent institution and a branch) operating at least 8 months a year; Pre-school upbringing and primary education institution (kindergarten-school); Pre-school education institution with priority given to one or several areas of child development (linguistic, aesthetic, art, sports, etc.) Compensating-type kindergarten with a priority given to qualified correction of deviations in physical and psychological development of children; kindergarten for caring and improving the health of weakened children undertaking medical, hygienic, preventive, and recreational activities and procedures; combined type kindergarten (general development type, compensating and recreational groups in various combinations) Number of children in pre-school institutions number of school-aged children enlisted in pre-school institutions at the year-end as well as those being educated in the first-class programme of these institutions. Availability of kindergarten space this indicator is determined as a ratio of the number of children enrolled in permanent pre-school institutions against their capacity. Data on the number of children per 100 places in pre-school institutions is used in comparative analysis. The result is linked with commissioning places in pre-school institutions. Endowment of pre-school aged children with space at pre-school institutions (places per 1,000 children) this indicator is determined by ratio of places in pre-school institutions against the number of children aged 1-6, according to the demographic data adjusted for the number of children aged 6 and enrolled in school. General Education Schools General education schools institutions providing training, comprehensive development, and aesthetic upbringing of children and youth. In statistical reporting the schools are grouped by types: primary, incomplete secondary, secondary, boarding schools, forest schools, schools for children with intellectual or physical development flaws, schools offering advanced studies of disciplines, gymnasia, high schools, evening general educational schools, etc. 8

11 GLOSSARY Number of pupils at general education schools number of pupils at general education schools enlisted in the beginning of academic year. Pupils of general education schools include the persons enrolled in primary, incomplete secondary and secondary schools as well as pupils of schools for children with intellectual or physical development Gymnasia and high schools are included among secondary (complete) general education school. Statistical reporting data on the number of pupils are arranged according to the territories, urban and rural areas, classes, and other indicators. Graduation from general education schools number of pupils who fully completed education in general education schools and received secondary education degree entitling them to seek admission to the higher education institutions. Number of teachers number of persons with secondary, higher or special training involved in education and upbringing of children. Secondary special and vocational education institutions Secondary special and vocational education institutions. Having secondary education, everyone is entitled to choose areas of study at an academic high school or vocational college, which offer secondary special and vocational education, provide rights and serve as foundation to work in the field of acqired profession or continue education at the upper level. Academic high school is a three-year secondary special education institution facilitating intensive development of intellectual aptitude, advanced differentiated and professionally-oriented training of students. Vocational college is a three-year secondary vocational education institution providing for advanced development of professional aptitude and student skills as well as attainment of one or several degrees in a chosen profession. The number of students of secondary special and vocational education institutions is the number of students at secondary special and vocational institutions enlisted in the beginning of an academic year. In statistical reporting data on the number of students is collected by areas, types of institutions, sectoral groups of academic institutions in urban and rural areas. Number of students at secondary special and vocational education institutions per 10,000 residents is determined as a ratio of the number of students at the beginning of the year multiplied by 10,000. Admissions to the secondary special and vocational education institutions is an indicator of the number of students admitted for study in the current academic year. It is practiced in accordance with approved regulations. Graduates from secondary special and vocational education institutions is the number of students who completed the course of training and received respective education (degree). Graduates of secondary special and vocational education institutions are awarded with qualifications in accordance with the degree acquired along with a diploma. Graduation of specialists from secondary special and vocational education institutions per 10,000 people is determined as ratio of graduates to average annual number of population the current year and multiplied by 10,000. Higher academic institutions institutions involved in training highly qualified specialists and conducting research according to the requirements of modern production, research, technologies, culture, and prospects of economic development. Higher education institutions are divided into categories by educational forms: full-time and correspondence enrollment as well as sectoral groups of education institutions. Number of students of higher education institutions number of students at higher education institutions enlisted in the beginning of academic year. In statistical reporting data on the number of students is arranged based on areas, types of academic institutions, sectoral groups, grades, gender, language of study and other indicators. Number of students at higher education institutions per 10,000 residents is determined as a ratio of the number of students to the number of current population as of the beginning of the year and multiplied by 10,000. 9

12 GLOSSARY Total number of students of higher education institutions does not include foreign citizens being educated in Uzbekistan. Admissions to the higher education institutions is an indicator of the number of persons admitted in the current academic year and implemented in accordance with approved rules. Graduates of higher academic institutions are the number of persons who completed the course of study and received respective education (degree). Graduates of higher education institutions per 10,000 indicate the ratio of the graduates to the average annual population of the current year multiplied by 10,000. Number of teachers persons with higher or special training involved in student education and upbringing. Faculty resources mean individuals, not faculty positions. Post-university education is aimed to meet the needs of society in high-skill faculty and research staff. Post-university education can be attained at higher education institutions and research institutions (post-graduate study, doctoral study, research) Improving qualifications and human resources training facilitates improvement and upgrading professional knowledge and skills. Extracurricular education has the objective to meet individual needs of children and teenagers in cultural, aesthetic, research, technical knowledge and athletic events, arranging their free time. Extracurricular education institutions include child and teenage creativity clubs and centers, children s and teenager sports schools, arts schools, schools of music, studios, libraries, recreational and other institutions. 10

13 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS

14 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS Permanent population (at the beginning of the year) Thousands Total 24, , , , , , ,663.8 including: female 12, , , , , , ,338.2 male 12, , , , , , ,325.6 urban population 9, , , , , , ,584.6 including: female 4, , , , , , ,830.5 male 4, , , , , , ,754.1 rural population 15, , , , , , ,079.2 including: female 7, , , , , , ,507.7 male 7, , , , , , ,571.5 In % to the total Total including: female male urban population including: female male rural population including: female male

15 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS Permanent population by region (at the beginning of the year; thousand persons) Total population Uzbekistan 24, , , , , , ,663.8 Karakalpakstan 1, , , , , , ,582.7 Andijan 2, , , , , , ,409.8 Bukhara 1, , , , , , ,545.1 Djizak , , , , , ,064.7 Kashkadarya 2, , , , , , ,462.2 Navoiy Namangan 1, , , , , , ,134.5 Samarkand 2, , , , , , ,955.5 Surkhandarya 1, , , , , , ,957.8 Syrdarya Tashkent 2, , , , , , ,492.5 Ferghana 2, , , , , , ,920.3 Khorezm 1, , , , , , ,477.8 Tashkent city 2, , , , , , , Urban population Uzbekistan 9, , , , , , ,584.6 Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city 2, , , , , , ,

16 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS Rural population Uzbekistan 15, , , , , , ,079.2 Karakalpakstan Andijan 1, , , , , , ,702.6 Bukhara , , , , , ,091.9 Djizak Kashkadarya 1, , , , , , ,855.5 Navoiy Namangan 1, , , , , , ,342.2 Samarkand 1, , , , , , ,207.9 Surkhandarya 1, , , , , , ,581.5 Syrdarya Tashkent 1, , , , , , ,513.5 Ferghana 1, , , , , , ,102.8 Khorezm 1, , , , , , ,153.2 Tashkent city Age-based composition of population by gender (at the beginning of the year; persons) 2001 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 12,449,175 12,363,934 4,669,504 4,555,814 7,779,671 7,808,120 including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,534,299 2,613, , ,788 1,702,361 1,754, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,126,175 1,144, , , , , ,222 1,013, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,242,834 1,201, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 402, , , , , ,565 14

17 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS 2002 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 12,594,683 12,521,073 4,696,587 4,590,295 7,898,096 7,930,778 Including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,542,384 2,631, , ,320 1,719,278 1,777, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,151,503 1,171, , , , , ,014,831 1,032, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,313,505 1,269, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 407, , , , , ,298 Age-based composition of population by gender (at the beginning of the year; persons) 2003 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 12,743,373 12,684,534 4,719,562 4,621,188 8,023,811 8,063,346 Including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,529,638 2,623, , ,974 1,719,883 1,781, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,191,392 1,210, , , , , ,023,655 1,036, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,372,332 1,325, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 418, , , , , ,594 15

18 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS 2004 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 12,876,053 12,831,366 4,736,011 4,645,258 8,140,042 8,186,108 Including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,525,367 2,625, , ,655 1,725,452 1,791, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,229,894 1,248, , , , , ,042,265 1,051, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,434,462 1,382, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 421, , , , , ,103 Age-based composition of population by gender (at the beginning of the year; persons) 2005 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 13,027,708 12,993,643 4,764,138 4,677,770 8,263,570 8,315,873 Including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,508,146 2,615, , ,708 1,720,175 1,792, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,273,481 1,292, , , , , ,069,534 1,080, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,487,950 1,430, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 423, , , , , ,701 16

19 DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS 2006 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 13,167,620 13,145,068 4,787,765 4,707,288 8,379,855 8,437,780 Including at the age of, years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,485,488 2,594, , ,844 1,707,757 1,781, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,333,467 1,348, , , , , ,091,469 1,103, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,534,839 1,468, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 424, , , , , ,139 Age-based composition of population by gender (at the beginning of the year; persons) 2007 total population urban population rural population female male female male female male Total 13,338,219 13,325,604 4,830,503 4,754,105 8,507,716 8,571,499 Including at the age of. years: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,427,266 2,535, , ,543 1,669,020 1,742, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,393,177 1,411, , , , , ,115,432 1,129, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,572,923 1,497, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and over 437, , , , , ,387 17

20 KEY EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS

21 KEY EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS Key indicators of educational development (as of year end) Number of, thousands: existent population 24, , , permanent population 24, annual average number of existent population, thousands 24, Pre-school institutions number of children enrolled, thousands in percentage of children of respective age availability of places for children in pre-school institutions, number of children per 100 places Regular general education schools number of students enrolled, thousands 6, , , , , , ,707.2 Evening (shift-based) general education schools number of students enrolled, thousands Academic high schools number of students enrolled, thousands students admitted to academic high schools, thousands Academic high school graduates, thousands Vocational colleges number of students enrolled, thousand ) ) ,021.9 students admitted to vocational colleges, thousands Vocational college graduates, thousands Secondary special education institutions number of students enrolled, thousands ) ) per 10,000 persons Students admitted to secondary special education institutions, thousands Secondary special education institution graduates, thousands per 10,000 persons Higher education institutions number of students enrolled, thousands per 10,000 persons Students admitted to higher education institutions, thousands Specialist graduates of higher education institutions, thousands per 10,000 persons Hereinafter: 1) Including students of secondary special and vocational educational institutions, studying by vocational colleges learning program 2) Excluding students educaded by vocational colleges learning program 19

22 KEY EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS Number of students by areas of study (at the beginning of academic year; thousand persons) 2000/ / / / / / /2007 Total of students 7, , , , , , ,419.2 including in: general education schools 6, , , , , , ,715.1 academic high schools vocational colleges ,021.9 vocational educational institutions secondary special educational institutions higher educational institutions postgraduate programs doctorate programs trained at enterprises and institutions, as well as covered by other forms of education Share of students covered in certain types of training (at the beginning of academic year; in percentage) 20

23 KEY EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS CONSOLIDATED EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS Number of basic education schools and pupils enrolled (at the beginning of academic year) Number of higher education institutions and students enrolled (at the beginning of academic year) 21

24 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION

25 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Pre-school institutions (as of year end) Number of pre-school institutions total 6,704 6,865 6,899 6,746 6,603 6,495 6,413 including in: urban settlements 2,816 2,796 2,733 2,712 2,686 2,612 2,593 rural areas 3,888 4,069 4,166 4,034 3,917 3,883 3,820 Number of children in pre-school institutions total, thousand persons including in: urban settlements rural areas Availability of places for children in pre-school institutions total, number of children per places including in: urban settlements rural areas Availability of pre-school institutions for children in percentage of children in respective age including in: urban settlements rural areas Pre-school institutions by regions (as of year end) Number of pre-school institutions Uzbekistan 6,704 6,865 6,899 6,746 6,603 6,495 6,413 Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city

26 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Number of enrolled children, thousands Uzbekistan Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city Distribution of pre-school institutions across regions in 2006 (as of year end) Number of pre-school institutions total urban settlements rural areas Number of enrolled children, persons total urban settlements rural areas Uzbekistan 6,413 2,593 3, , , ,960 Karakalpakstan ,669 19,997 11,672 Andijan ,894 12,627 34,267 Bukhara ,552 15,946 12,606 Djizak ,854 13,367 11,487 Kashkadarya ,058 14,832 16,226 Navoiy ,753 16,365 6,388 Namangan ,005 18,309 30,696 Samarkand ,350 23,479 19,871 Surkhandarya ,607 10,546 16,061 Syrdarya ,651 8,174 7,477 Tashkent ,431 34,542 18,889 Ferghana ,254 28,644 43,610 Khorezm ,478 10,768 14,710 Tashkent city ,662 90,662-24

27 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Distribution of pre-school institutions of the Ministry of Public Education across regions in 2006 (as of year end) Number of pre-school institutions total urban settlements rural areas Number of enrolled children, persons total urban settlements rural areas Uzbekistan 6,200 2,437 3, , , ,650 Karakalpakstan ,600 19,172 11,428 Andijan ,273 12,145 34,128 Bukhara ,392 15,786 12,606 Djizak ,530 13,043 11,487 Kashkadarya ,550 14,324 16,226 Navoiy ,978 9,598 5,380 Namangan ,602 17,953 30,649 Samarkand ,456 22,585 19,871 Surkhandarya ,789 10,056 15,733 Syrdarya ,511 8,034 7,477 Tashkent ,565 28,059 17,506 Ferghana ,745 28,135 43,610 Khorezm ,196 10,647 14,549 Tashkent city ,216 87,216 - Availability of places at pre-school institutions across regions in 2006 (as of year end) total Number of places urban settlements rural areas Number of children per 100 places total urban settlements rural areas Uzbekistan 776, , , Karakalpakstan 49,284 29,674 19, Andijan 70,098 17,305 52, Bukhara 48,927 23,457 25, Djizak 27,225 16,015 11, Kashkadarya 40,496 18,681 21, Navoiy 27,182 18,577 8, Namangan 68,368 26,493 41, Samarkand 63,691 31,893 31, Surkhandarya 40, ,87 24, Syrdarya 21,459 10,657 10, Tashkent 80,942 50,290 30, Ferghana 102,345 37,520 64, Khorezm 40,403 15,763 24, Tashkent city 95,353 95,

28 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Availability of places for children at pre-school institutions across regions (number of children per 100 places) Uzbekistan Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city Availability of places for children at pre-school institutions across regions in 2006 (as of year end; number of children per 100 places) 26

29 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Endowment of children with pre-school institutions across regions in 2006 (as of year end) Number of children in children s pre-school institutions, thousands total urban settlements rural areas Percentage share of coverage of children by children s pre-school institutions total urban settlements rural areas Uzbekistan Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city Number of pre-school institutions by types and regions in 2006 (as of year end) total Total number of pre-school institutions day-care kindergartens including: kindergartens kindergartens schools-kindergartens Uzbekistan 6,413 1,417 4, Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city

30 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION total Number of pre-school institutions in urban settlements day-care kindergartens including: schools-kindergartens Uzbekistan 2, , Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city total Number of pre-school institutions in rural areas day-care kindergartens including: kindergartens kindergartens kindergartens kindergartens schools-kindergartens Uzbekistan 3,820 1,126 2, Karakalpakstan Andijan Bukhara Djizak Kashkadarya Navoiy Namangan Samarkand Surkhandarya Syrdarya Tashkent Ferghana Khorezm Tashkent city

31 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION Distribution of available places by types of pre-school institutions and regions in 2006 (as of year end) Number of places, total kindergartens Total day-care kindergartens including: day nurseries Uzbekistan 776, , ,509 2,909 36,539 Karakalpakstan 49,284 7,899 37, ,205 Andijan 70,098 4,343 63, ,120 Bukhara 48,927 12,020 36, Djizak 27,225 2,995 22,270-1,960 Kashkadarya 40,496 10,815 26,866-2,815 Navoiy 27,182 2,890 23, Namangan 68,368 3,240 62,813-2,315 Samarkand 63,691 22,393 37, ,744 Surkhandarya 40,306 14,382 23, ,881 Syrdarya 21,459 4,095 14,879-2,485 Tashkent 80,942 7,484 71, ,170 Ferghana 102,345 15,225 81, ,965 Khorezm 40,403 16,260 22,313-1,830 Tashkent city 95,353 4,081 83, ,464 total kindergartens Of which in urban settlements: day-care kindergartens including: day nurseries schoolskindergartens schoolskindergartens Uzbekistan 407,065 32, ,434 2,309 25,089 Karakalpakstan 29,674 2,399 24, ,360 Andijan 17, , Bukhara 23,457 2,075 21, Djizak 16,015 1,415 13,340-1,260 Kashkadarya 18,681 1,795 14,356-2,530 Navoiy 18, , Namangan 26, ,843-1,735 Samarkand 31,893 6,502 22, ,260 Surkhandarya 15,387 2,344 12, Syrdarya 10,657 1,320 7,972-1,365 Tashkent 50,290 2,504 46, Ferghana 37,520 3,440 30, ,150 Khorezm 15,763 2,465 12, Tashkent city 95,353 4,081 83, ,464 29

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