Rabat - Undoubtedly, the current debate on Moroccan schools still remains a delusional subject since it does not address the main challenges these schools face, fails to offer a reasonable glimpse into the national education system and neglects to investigate the many issues plaguing that permeate throughout the country. On the contrary, this debate still favors hesitation, lagging and evasion, and relies most on a pragmatic ideology serving no benefit or goal to education. What we hear most in those talks is simply a trickery language; a deceptive discourse. Otherwise, the many councils, committees, decrees, memos and suggestions that had been made in the recent years, either by state officials or by academic activists and experts, should have resulted in change.

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Abdallah Zbir holds a Teacher Diploma in Arabic Language and Literature from Teachers Training Center.