Private Education In Kazakhstan Essay

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At the ending of 20 century many government objects, manufactures and public sectors in Kazakhstan are begun to privatize. Privatization means the changing property from public to private. Of course, privatization is concerned education system too. Government is interested in well-educated population, because it is one of the main factors that create economy development country. Education in Kazakhstan has some problems such as quality of education children received in schools, colleges and universities, price of this education and etc. Today it is divided into two systems: public and private. Now it is hard to say which is more reliable, and whether the privatization of public education is become the best solution of the problems.Each of these education systems has its' own advantages and disadvantages. Of course we can exactly say that private education in Kazakhstan has a lot of benefits in their system such as the models of new technological devices, advanced methods of teaching, new books and materials and more comfortable conditions to get knowledge. But a big drawback of private schools and universities is that they cost a huge amount of money, which not each parent can afford. In additional it is not still acceptable for Kazakhstan citizens that for education we need to pay, because in the past we were the part of the USSR, where education was free. For parents who cannot afford the cost of private education, the privatization of education will be a big trouble. (Where would they find money to afford it?).Moreover in the private system there is the absence of equality between students, because some students in private schools have enough money to buy what they want, (new clothes, mobile phones, new technology, accessories and etc.), and other students, who try to save every coin, feel themselves more aggrieved.Also drawbacks of the private education are lack of respects to teachers and less opportunity to get information about public competitions, which named like "Olympiads" (the competition in which every student can participate, and winner does not have to worry about choosing future university and passing exams, because government give a rewarding (grants) for all public universities for the best knowledge of student). One teacher from private school mentioned that sometimes students ignore when it comes to getting information about Olympiads; there were some events when smart pupils in the private schools even did not know about them. Of course, it is the unfair from the government side, as our country is the democracy republic, everyone is equal to everyone, and students must be known right information in the right time regardless in what kind of private or public school are they studying.In public system of education all is the opposite of the private system. In public schools or universities we can see the equality between students (for example, same uniform), respect to the teachers (in some cases pupils call their teachers...

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