Migrant Kids' Schooling Problems

Children whose parents have moved to the capital Bishkek in search of work have problems getting into school, Kristina Dolgikh reports.

Migrant Kids' Schooling Problems

Children whose parents have moved to the capital Bishkek in search of work have problems getting into school, Kristina Dolgikh reports.

Thursday, 11 June, 2009
Migrants often do not have all the documents needed to get a child accepted, or else they have left them at home in some other part of Kyrgyzstan.



Bishkek schools are trying to be more flexible about the paperwork, although they are concerned that the influx of pupils from outside the capital is swelling class sizes to over 30.



Kyrgyzstan
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