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The quality of education is one of the major challenges facing many countries in the world, and Morocco is strongly concerned. Health and education in the Kingdom remain the sectors that suffer the most, and where there are many dysfunctions. Since Independence, the Moroccan education system has been subject to several reforms, involving a considerable amount of work and money spent without finding the right formula. From Arabisation to the emergency plan 2009–2012, passing through a large number of successive proposals, wiping failure after failure in the absence of a rigorous plan. As a result, the entire school and university system today suffers from structural problems.
Keywords: Education, strategy, development.
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