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Ministry of Education Promises to Tackle School Overcrowding, Improve Rural Education

Rabat – Minister of National Education, Mohammed Hassad, presented the ministry’s plan for the upcoming school year on Thursday, pledging to alleviate school overcrowding, improve conditions in rural schools, and strengthen social support services.

At the House of Representatives, in the presence of the committee of education, culture and communication, the minister said the changes would benefit new pupils as well as Morocco’s schooling system overall.

The minister promised the construction of more than 50 educational buildings throughout Morocco, in addition to 10 boarding schools. Hassad also said the ministry plans to hire the necessary number of teachers, to curb the deficit of educators in Moroccan schools.

On Monday, Hassad visited five educational establishments in Khemisset province. The objective was to meet with educators and directors of high-schools and primary schools in order to discuss the challenges they are facing, including their needs and what measures should be taken to improve the quality of education for the benefit of new pupils.

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