Today, September 13, 2021, a round table was held to discuss the preliminary results of the inventory of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Education”. The event was attended by representatives of government agencies, international organizations, civil society, the academic community and experts in the field of education. Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the country Nurlan Omurov said that the inventory is aimed at optimizing the regulatory legal framework in the educational sphere. According to him, the analysis of the current legislation showed that there are gaps, contradictions and collisions, duplication and unnecessary provisions. To eliminate the shortcomings, it is proposed to adopt a unified law “On Education”. The proposed bill is expected to consolidate existing education legislation and become a sectoral law. Also, in the new draft law, the conceptual base has been expanded, for example, the definitions of the variable form of preschool education, additional vocational education, dual education, integrative education have been introduced. In accordance with the challenges of the time, the draft law includes an electronic form of training, an electronic signature. The education system will be represented by separate chapters in the hierarchy: • Preschool education (replacement of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Preschool Education” dated June 29, 2009 No. 198); • School general education; • Primary vocational education (replacement of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On primary vocational education” dated November 26, 1999 No. 129); • Secondary vocational education; • Higher professional education; • Additional professional education. During the discussions, the participants of the event expressed their ideas and proposals, noting that a single document on education must meet modern challenges and requirements, and needs a comprehensive and conceptual revision. As you know, at present, the education sector is regulated by the following laws: “On Education”, “On Primary Vocational Education”, “On the Status of Teachers”, “On Preschool Education”, “On the organization of meals for students in general education organizations” and other by-laws.