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Every student celebrates this day to encourage and support the contribution of his or her teacher. Children are the country's future, hence they need to be positively nurtured and that is done best by teachers as children get inspired by their teachers. Teachers enlighten students and shape their career. The day marks as a day of gratitude and respect to the selfless efforts of teachers.
This day students show their appreciation to teachers, such as presenting gifts, including cards and flowers. In addition, many former students will go back to their old primary schools, middle schools and high schools to give presents to their old teachers.
Every year, Uzbekistan celebrates the Day of Teachers and Instructors in a surprisingly solemn manner. This is as a result of a culture that has developed in the region over the years that values teachers highly. Suan Tsan, a Chinese explorer and scientist, reported in the 7th century that he witnessed five-year-old boys in Samarkand being taught to read, write, and count.
With an education index of 0.92, significantly higher than the global average of 0.77, Uzbekistan is currently ranked among the world's most developed nations. One of the government's top priorities continues to be the education of children and young people. One of the first laws passed in June 1992 after gaining independence from the Soviet Union was the education law.
On this day, schoolchildren and university students demonstrate their profound respect for those who impart knowledge to them. The students express their gratitude by giving their teachers flowers and other gifts in appreciation of the work they do to make learning a positive experience for everyone.