Society • 26 December, 2019

How the law on the status of a teacher will be implemented?

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The Senate passed the law on the status of a teacher in the second reading. Minister of education and science of Kazakhstan Askhat Aimagambetov spoke about the timing of the law and the costs of its implementation. 

"The most important thing to say is that the law is supported by finances and the necessary mechanisms for its implementation, which means that the law will really work. By 2024, the implementation of this law will require 5.3 trillion tenge. This is a very large amount of money, the state today understands the need to support education and make real steps," Askhat Aimagambetov said on the sidelines of the Senate.

He noted that during the years of independence, education and science have always been a priority.

"And now they remain a priority. This of course can not but please us, teachers, it is a great support for us, " - said the Minister.

The head of the Ministry also said a few words about teachers' salaries.

"The President instructed that over the next four years, the salary of teachers should grow. Starting from January 2020, the salary of teachers will grow by 25 percent, and in general twice. But today deputies asked a question: the official salary will grow. Those who have master's degree will receive a monthly 10 MCI, this year it is about 25.5 thousand tenge. And those who have categories will receive an allowance of 30% to 50% of their official salary," the Minister concluded.

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