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    Morocco’s Ministry of Education to Launch Early Retirement Operation by 2019

    08 Oct 2018

    Rabat – Morocco’s Ministry of Education, Vocational Training, Higher Educational and Scientific Reach announced the operation of early retirement for the 2019-2020 academic year.

    A statement from the ministry said that this operation is part of its guidelines to define the mapping of human resources and identify the existing shortcomings. The decision is also part of the preparations for the next academic year.

    The Ministry pointed out that public servants, who wish to benefit from the operation, should submit their requests to their superiors, with all necessary documents before October 15.

    A regional commission will review the files and decide on the final list of beneficiaries by October 19.

    The statement added that education professionals who want to benefit from the operation need to download applications from:

    The Moroccan government introduced a set of programs and reforms to improve education and to overcome challenges faced by the sector, including school drop out.

    Minister of Education Said Amzazi introduced his strategy and a set of programs to promote education during a presentation before King Mohammed VI on September 18.

    During the presentation, Amzazi the King with the report and executive program on supporting schooling and implementing the reform of education and training.

    Amzazi emphasized that the new programs to promote education in Morocco take into account the recommendations of Morocco’s “Strategic Vision of the 2015-2030 Reform: for a School of Equity, Quality and Promotion.”

    The program will cover several axes that aim to ensure access to education for all youth. Recently, the minister also shared statistics of pupils who enrolled in preschool education.

    According to the minister, the current rate of children enrolled in preschool education is 49.6 percent.

    The new reforms include the opening of 4,000 new pre-school classes in public primary schools to accommodate 100,000 additional children.

    The ministry is also planning to train 65,000 new teachers to promote the quality of education.


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