At the moment, the average attendance of schools in the capital is 92-93 per cent, lyceums and colleges - 94-95 per cent. Now the city authorities are working to ensure the maximum attendance of students in educational institutions in Tashkent, except when there is a good reason for missing classes.
The joint resolution on this issue was approved by the resolution of the Tashkent city administration, the capital’s Prosecutor’s Office, the City Internal Affairs Directorate, the Women’s Committee, the directorates of the public and secondary special, vocational education, the city branch of the Mahalla Charity Fund, the City Council of the Public Youth Movement Kamolot, aimed at strict control over attendance and behavior of students in schools, colleges and lyceums of the capital.
The PYM Kamolot counselors will help school headmasters to solve real problems with the attendance of schoolchildren.
The joint resolution commissions the PYM Kamolot counselors together with the administration to compile in a ten-day period a list of students ignoring the established rules of conduct in the educational institution. In addition, within one week it is necessary to show the real situation with the attendance of classes.
In relation to children who do not attend classes without good reason, the schools, together with the khokimiyats and mahalla committees, will conduct targeted work, including with the families of these students.
In the fight against violators, considerable attention is paid to their involvement in the hobby clubs and sports clubs. Until April 1, 2017, heads of educational institutions are recommended to organize effective work of these clubs.