Author(s): Gulnar Baipeisova, Ferdaniya Ramazanova, Aigul Adilbaeva, Gulmira Urankhaeva, Kalamkas Bolatova
The problems of gender education in its modern interpretation have practically been built in the context of the Soviet implementation of the women’s issue, the creation of institutional conditions for the legal equality of men and women in all spheres of public life, including in education. Proceeding from this, the posed problems are topical. The main goal of the work is to study the Soviet transformation of gender in post-war Kazakhstan. To achieve this goal, the authors used various methods of historical interpretation of sources, historical and chronological, comparative and historical, generalization and systematization. This made it possible to concretize the study. As a result, the historical experience of setting and solving issues of women’s education was analysed. Also, a large factual material was put into scientific circulation. The authors presented a modern interpretation of the understanding of the state policy nature regarding the educational level of women. It was also established that public policy played an important role in the education of women.