6,000 workshops held until mid-June

Some 6,000 workshops were organized until mid-June as part of national consultations to improve the quality of public schools, with the participation of more than 78,000 people, said Monday in Rabat, the Minister of National Education, preschool and sports, Chakib Benmoussa.

The digital platform dedicated to these consultations recorded significant participation, with nearly 21,000 responses to the questionnaire relating to the improvement of the quality of public schools, said the minister who was responding to an oral question presented by the group. Socialist in the House of Representatives. The purpose of these consultations is to give a voice to all the stakeholders, partners and players in order to enrich the roadmap for the implementation of priority projects and to refine the vision relating to the future of the public school, he said.

Referring to the 2022-2026 roadmap which is at the heart of these national consultations, Chakib Benmoussa affirmed that it is not a new reform but rather a mechanism for implementing the framework law relating to education, training and scientific research which remains the overall strategic framework governing the reform of the education system.

On another note, the Minister reported 442,583 beneficiaries of school transport for the current school year, an increase of 23% compared to the previous year, including 49% of girls.

The school transport service is one of the social support mechanisms that help to overcome social, economic and territorial obstacles to the education of children from disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly in rural areas, he underlined. .

An agreement has been signed with the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) with the aim of ensuring effective and sustainable management of this service, Chakib Benmoussa said, adding that the school transport fleet has greatly increased. developed in recent years thanks to the efforts of all stakeholders, including the INDH, local authorities, the private sector and civil society.


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