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95% of Schools Suspended Due to Cold Wave Reopened

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Rabat – The Ministry of National Education announced today that 95 percent of the schools that previously shut down due to bad weather have reopened.

Classes resumed normally in 865 schools on Monday.According to a statement from the ministry, the resumption of classes was made possible thanks to the efforts of the local authorities and various government departments.

Officials from the ministry have monitored the situation on a daily basis and taken appropriate measures in coordination with local authorities and other stakeholders to ensure the safety of students, teachers, and administrative staff working in the schools concerned, said the statement.

The ministry also mentioned that the provincial directorates will try to reprogram suspended classes in the schools that are currently closed.

Almost 900 schools, located mainly in rural areas, were temporarily closed on February 6 due to adverse weather conditions that continue to sweep several regions of the country.

The suspension aims to “protect students and teachers from all weather-related hazards,” reported the ministry statement.

The institutions concerned are the regional academies of Daraa Tafilalet, Marrakech-Safi, Beni Mellal-Khenifra, Fez-Meknes and Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima.

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