Deputy Ministry of Public Education Askar at the conference on early development in Uzbekistan – News details

ANKARA (IGFA) – Petek Ashkar, Deputy Minister of National Education, participated as an expert in the 1st high-level session of the World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education, organized by UNESCO on November 14-16 in the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent.

Opening speeches at the meeting, which was attended by about 2,500 participants from 70 countries, were made by the President of Uzbekistan Shavket Mirziyoyev and UNESCO Secretary-General Audrey Azoulay.

At the conference; Participating countries, international organizations, representatives of non-governmental organizations and representatives of youth organizations spoke about practices, problems and solutions related to the development of early childhood education and care.

According to the official website of the ministry, the conference; inclusiveness, quality and well-being; workforce and caregivers in early childhood education; policy, management and finance; and software innovation.

Deputy Minister Ashkar spoke about the common challenges faced in the world in the field of early childhood education and care, and spoke about the developments in early childhood education in Turkey over the past year. Explaining the strategies implemented to solve the problem, Ashkar noted that he believes the conference will contribute to the policies and practices of all countries of the world, non-governmental organizations and youth organizations working in the field of early childhood education and care.

Ashkar stated that early childhood education is an important tool to ensure a level playing field from the very beginning of education and to compensate for the shortcomings of socially and economically disadvantaged students before they grow up.

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