Improving the School Quality Through Winning Education Turbulence in Uzbekistan (Evidence from the Ministry of Secondary Education Uzbekistan, Gijduvan Region 65 Schools)
Aziz Zikriyoev1, Sokhibmalik Khomidov2, Ravshan Nurimbetov3, Tokhir Khasanov4, Zebo Abdullayeva5
1Aziz Zikriyoev, Teacher at Department of World Economy at Tashkent State University of Economics, ORCID, Uzbekistan.
2Sokhibmalik Khomidov, PhD, Department at Econometrics at Tashkent State University of Economics, Uzbekistan.
3Ravshan Nurimbetov, DSc, Vise-Rector at Research and Innovation at Architecture and Civil Engineering Institute Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
4Tokhir Khasanov, PhD, Senior Lecturer at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan.
5Zebo Abdullayeva, Head of Secondary Education Department in Gijduvan Region, Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on October 10, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 3225-3231 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9161119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A9161.119119
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Abstract: This research discusses current status of secondary education quality and prospective development outcomes from the testable research area in 65 school quality parameters of Gijduvan district Bukhara region in Uzbekistan. The authors try to discover the problem in which relating improvement of education system at schools far from the capital. By sorting out 60 variables authors come across final decision and demonstrate the feasibility of economic and social effectiveness of each school. Current article opens up a new field in preconditions, causes and consequences of influenced education quality variables in which selected secondary schools. Authors excluded 10 variables from the research analyses of major schools due to collected data are the same results. Specific area of interest in cases of Gijduvan are distributed and analyzed in Eviews 9.0. Perhaps, paper work offers a solution for the of relationship of school quality by winning turbulence education via empirical analyses. Main findings have been distributed in forms of the least square method. An objectivity of discussion is concentrating on turbulence trajectory as a total loses of quality at schools and winning it’s directions by conceptual figure which offered by authors. The authors also made an attempt to provide reasons for raising visibility of schools through quality education by calculating efficiency in three ways. Finally, conclusion of paper suggests that each selected variable efficiency calculated in detail coefficients and presented marble model of obtained results for testing secondary school quality of other regions in Uzbekistan.
Keywords: Gijduvan, Secondary Education, Education Quality, Turbulence Education, Pupil, Reforms.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems