Tours and travels in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tour: Travels 1910
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 9 days
On day 1. Place your aircraft at the airport "Manas". Go to Bishkek. Suddenly the hotel.
On day 2. In the morning transfer to Shamsi Valley. Trekking down the valley of the Kyzyl-Su. Lunch. Suddenly in tents.
On day 3. The day begins with breakfast building. The arrival of the Kyzyl-Su. Lunch. Suddenly in tents.
On day 4. After breakfast, trekking to a small passage. Trekking down the Kok-Jar-Su. Suddenly in tents.
Day 5. Looking for the valley. The study canyons. Lunch on the road. Suddenly in tents.
Day 6. Looking for the valley. The study canyons. Lunch. Suddenly in tents.
On day 7. The day begins with breakfast building. Trekking in the passage. Lunch on the road. Trekking down the valley of the Red Bridge. Suddenly in tents.
On day 8. Go to Bishkek. Lunch on the road. Lunch. Suddenly the hotel.
Day 9. Your guide will meet in the hotel and accompany you to the international airport "Manas".

However, in most rural areas of the local budget is very limited. As a result, rural school was starved of funds for material and technical equipment of the educational process, the acquisition of textbooks, school furniture, educational equipment. There was a problem with the provision of teaching staff, particularly in subjects such as native and foreign languages, mathematics, chemistry, history, economics, computer science. As a result, students in rural schools were significantly lag behind their peers in terms of urban education. As a result, the graduates of different schools occurred as unequal opportunities for admission to higher and secondary vocational schools.
In the same period, rural school was faced with yet another new challenge - increasing the number of children not attending school. Of the total number of children who have remained outside the school, 69% are children from rural areas. The main reason for not attending - physical and financial difficulties of families, the unwillingness to learn, family circumstances, forcing teenagers to start early in the career, the need to help parents-farmers in agriculture.