This week in a ceremony, PM Justin Trudeau presented the Canadian National Award for Excellence to Moroccan teacher Said El Majdani.
Rabat – In a ceremony this week, Said El Majdani, a Moroccan professor of computer science and programming, was awarded the Canadian National Award for Excellence in Education by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
El Majdani in Alberta, western Canada, was recognized for encouraging students to invent software and applications for computers, which resulted in a group of young creators who fabricated a program that attracted the attention of leading American companies in the field.
PM Justin Trudeau dedicated an award ceremony to honor Canada‘s education frameworks for their achievements and contributions to the advancement of this vital sector.
El Majdani teaches at Westwood Community High School in Alberta, western Canada. His advanced courses feature computer science, coding, graphic design and 3D game creation, as well as electronic sports and telephone applications.