Observatory lists the challenges of entering the new school

The National Observatory of the Education and Training System listed the “negatives and obstacles” that characterize the current school admission, attributing them to “the weakness of human resources, poor management, the lack of proactivity of its officials and the tyranny of authoritarian institutions and bureaucratic management for some”.

Among the negative aspects of the observatory was “the persistence of the phenomenon of overcrowding in a group of academies and the lack of conditions and conditions for the learning process due to the scarcity in the number of educational and administrative frameworks”, calling for the adoption of processes of rationalization in the distribution of human resources in a group of parties.

The observatory registered with regret what it described as “the inability of the ministry to control the pace of private education institutions in terms of insurance, transportation, enrollment and courses”, expressing its regret also “for the attitudes and behaviors of a group of owners of institutions, who disregard a set of ministerial decisions”.

In the same context, the observatory called on the custodian sector to work on revising the programs and curricula approved at all levels “in order to facilitate training and orientation processes and consolidate the values ​​of citizenship based on rights and duties and establish identity through its multiple tributaries”, referring to what he called “some missions acting as a consequence of teaching our daughters and sons what violates the constitution of the Kingdom of values ​​and components of identity”.

The observatory also warned of what it described as “the persistence of some associations entrusted to primary education level departments in handling and contempt of responsibility and the lack of seriousness and professionalism in the management of the file”, urging the Government to establish its own body under the tutelage of the Presidency of the Government or of National Education.

The observatory also urged the government to accelerate the revision of the civil service law and the approval of regional employment with the adoption of linguistic regionalization (polylingualism 70 percent official language and 30 percent foreign languages) “in preparation to keep pace of the renewal of the Moroccans”. opening to the linguistic blocs of the new international poles”, according to his opinion.

The observatory called on the government to provide sufficient and required financial positions in the process of education in foreign languages ​​such as English, Spanish, Chinese and German… with a call to develop the national and official languages ​​and provide ways to strengthen and modernize them and ensure the continuous renewal of the human resources training and qualification system accompanied by motivation and attention to and care for their social and professional aspects.

On the other hand, the observatory referred to some positive aspects, highlighting in this context what it called “the new approach adopted in the project for the generalization and development of primary education, which brought 75% of children of primary school age closer to which allowed this year to prepare effectively and seriously through the training of educators With the aim of acquiring skills and abilities for life that contribute to consolidating the values ​​of citizenship and a multi-tax and rich national identity, and identifying the psychological and cognitive characteristics of early childhood. through the formation of a tribal and accompanying foundation estimated at 950 hours.”

The National Observatory of the Education and Training System congratulated the Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports for “the good and literal management of the dialogue tables with the sectoral unions in record time, culminating in the signing of an agreement between the Ministry and the five unions under the effective supervision of the Prime Minister on January 18, 2022, and calls for the urgent financial and administrative solution of these files,” he said.

The observatory also referred to “the adoption of the principles of institutionalization, regularity, dialogue and mutual listening in the ministry’s dialogue with the sectoral unions, and the choice of a participatory approach among all the actors in the educational income management processes for this year”.