BISHKEK. According to Education and Culture Ministry of Kyrgyzstan, recent study shows that teachers of the Russian and Uzbek speaking secondary schools in the country give better education than their Kyrgyz colleagues. Press service of the ministry told RFERL Saturday that the representatives of the ministry have wrapped-up their research on the quality level of education at the 8th and 9th grades of the secondary schools in different parts of the country. There are more than two thousand secondary schools in the country. Main of them teach in Kyrgyz language and most of them are situated in the villages. This week the director of the Education Institute under the Ministry, Dr. Isak Bekboev complained on shortage of textbooks for the Kyrgyz schools.