Formative Evaluation of the State Programmes for Development of Education with the Focus on Inclusivity

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Date(s) - 22/08/2022
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UNICEF Kazakhstan

One of the top priorities of the long-term “Kazakhstan-2050” Strategy is education. The general aim of educational reforms in the country is the adaptation of the system of education to new social and
economic environment and create modern and efficient education. The Government set the objective of joining the top 30 most competitive countries of the world. Although Kazakhstan’s economy displayed impressive performance since gaining independence in 1991, it still has weaknesses and uneven development. Slow productivity growth, wealth disparity, sharp growth of living costs, a lack of job prospects, and weak institutions are some of the major issues. The COVID19 pandemic intensified these issues. The January events, which were marred by violence and attempts at destabilization, clearly pointed to the need for faster progress on reforms to achieve sustainable growth and shared national prosperity.

In this context, the authorities intend to promote the rule of law, take a tougher stance against corruption, and announce initiatives to boost private sector growth and competitiveness as well as solve government inefficiency. Reforms are also required to improve human capital quality and 2 living standards, reverse productivity stagnation, and accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy.

The improvement of the system of education plays an important role in achieving these objectives and responding to new realities the country is facing.

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Closing Date: Monday 22 August 2022