Teacher training: Signing of an agreement for more than 4 billion dirhams over 5 years

The Head of Government, Aziz Akhannouch chaired, this Monday, June 13, the signing ceremony of a framework agreement on the implementation of a training program for primary and secondary teachers by 2025.

Signed between the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation, the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports and the Ministry of Economy and Finance, this agreement covers on an envelope of more than 4 billion dirhams (MMDH) over a period of 5 years.

This program constitutes a concretization of the great solicitude of which King Mohammed VI surrounds the questions relating to education, training and scientific research, as fundamental levers for the leveling of the human element, and pivots of the project. of development, notes the presidency of the government.

It also responds to the provisions of the framework law n°17-51 relating to the system of education, training and scientific research, as well as to the New Development Model, which established the promotion of the level of professors in terms of training, support and motivation, as essential factors for improving the quality of education and training in our country.

In this respect, it is a question of setting up a new basic training architecture, spread over 5 years, during which training is provided in three complementary areas (basic training in the degree courses in education within the establishments specialized universities, professional qualification in the regional centers of education and training professions, and training within educational establishments).

This program thus aims to meet the current and future needs for teachers of different specialties in the cycles of primary and secondary education. It also intends to make the bachelor’s degree in education a main way of accessing the teaching professions, by increasing their intake capacity and improving their attractiveness and quality of training.


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