Polylingual Policy In Kazakhstan As Reflection Of Education Globalization


This article examines the problems of multilingual education, while emphasizing the importance and significance of the development of multilingualism for the multinational Kazakhstani society, especially for the young rising generation, since it is the youth that is the future of our independent state. The introduction of multilingual education is a defining strategic direction of the education system in Kazakhstan on the way to increasing the competitiveness of human capital to achieve sustainable economic growth and well-being of society and the country. Multilingualism in the educational environment is one of the main aspects of the work of all educational institutions in the country. The multilingual education program provides for the creation of a new model of education, contributing to the formation of a competitive generation in the context of internationalization, who owns the language culture. Trilingualism gives students the key to world markets, science and new technologies, creates conditions for the formation of a new worldview and familiarization with the cultures of different peoples. The program of introducing multilingualism is considered on the example of the higher educational institution of the Kazakh-American free university.

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Nurlanova, A. N., Oskolkova, A. A., & Chunkurova, Z. K. (2022). Polylingual Policy In Kazakhstan As Reflection Of Education Globalization. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 1164-1169). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.139