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    ICESCO holds preparatory meeting to launch “Project for the Development of an Elementary Education Model in the Kingdom of Morocco,”

    3 July 2021

    The Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) held a meeting with a team of educational experts from the Faculty of Education (FSE) of Mohammed V University in Rabat, to prepare for the launch of the “Project for the Development of an Elementary Education Model in the Kingdom of Morocco,” in cooperation between ICESCO, the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the Moroccan Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research.

    During the meeting, held on Friday, 2 July 2021 at ICESCO headquarters in Rabat, the participants discussed a presentation made by the team of experts, concerning the components of the project and the modalities of its implementation, which consist of preparing and experimenting with three new models in the educational system, namely: a model of new teaching methods for students and educational executives; a new model for governance and management of educational institutions; and a model determining the quality resources and tools necessary for implementation.

    During the meeting, Dr. Koumbou Barry, Head of ICESCO’s Education Sector, and Mr. Aziz El Hajir, Specialist in Information and Communication Technologies for Education, underlined the importance of this project as a pioneering initiative that focuses on an innovative educational model with a new vision of the concept of inclusive elementary education, which will benefit the Kingdom of Morocco and the ICESCO Member States, prioritizes vulnerable groups, especially girls in rural and remote areas, and includes the concepts of lifelong learning and change management.  

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