The program expanded to 230 establishments at the next school year – Today Morocco

The program expanded to 230 establishments at the next school year – Today Morocco
The program expanded to 230 establishments at the next school year – Today Morocco

The program was established during the current school year in 626 public primary schools, with the participation of approximately 11,000 teachers and inspectors for the benefit of 322,000 students.

Model : The “Pioneer Schools” program will concern 200,000 students at the college level during the next school year.

The “Pioneer Schools” program will be expanded to 230 college secondary education establishments during the next school year. This was announced by the Minister of National Education, Preschool and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, Monday in the House of Representatives. The minister explained that this program will concern 200,000 students at the college education level. According to Mr. Benmoussa, this model aims to “fill the gaps observed among students at the level of this cycle, to provide them with academic support to promote their success, through the establishment of a monitoring mechanism, in addition to support for students threatened by the phenomenon of school dropout.

Concerning primary schools, the minister specified that the next school year will see the expansion of the scope of the pioneer schools project through the addition of 2,000 primary schools which will benefit nearly a million students. For the implementation of this project, training of around 400 inspectors has been initiated to supervise 32,000 teachers ahead of the next school year, in order to equip the classrooms and arrange the spaces of all the pioneer schools concerned. The minister revealed that “the program was established during the current school year at the level of 626 public primary schools, with the participation of approximately 11,000 teachers and inspectors for the benefit of 322,000 students.” Mr. Benmoussa noted that an objective evaluation of this experience was carried out having demonstrated “the impact of this project on improving the learning level of students and its positive impact on the reform of the education system”.

Launch of a distance learning platform for the Amazigh language

The minister announced the soon launch of a digital platform for distance learning of the Amazigh language for the benefit of students. The objective being to accelerate the pace of learning this language and to support the efforts of its progressive generalization. In terms of human resources and continuing training, the number of Amazigh language teachers has increased, from 200 teachers in 2021 to 600 teachers per year, in addition to the training of the first class of educational inspectors for the primary education in the Amazigh language, he said. To strengthen the capacities of teachers in teaching this language, training was launched last week in all regions for the benefit of 4,400 teachers (double specialization).

Mr. Benmoussa also expressed his department’s concern to ensure the presence of at least one Amazigh teacher in each establishment, in order to achieve the objective of covering primary education establishments in 50% in 2026 and achieve the generalization of the teaching of this language in 2030. Furthermore, the department of national education is studying with the private sector the possibility of integrating the Amazigh language into private establishments, he said, noting that it is also a question of including this language in national, regional and provincial competitions and of promoting Amazigh culture in artistic, cultural and educational projects.

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