The Education Reform in Morocco through the Emergency Plan (2009-2012) And Its Impact on Schooling (Published)
The study analyzes the situation of education since the implementation of the educational reforms in 1999, by focusing on the National Chart for Education and on different programs undertaken to activate the reform process for better schooling and social equity among all. The study aims to see how far these goals were achieved, the reasons behind the reform’s fall (2000-2009), in addition to the general overview of the education system in Morocco after the Emergency Plan. The following study focuses on analyzing the educational system in Morocco during and after the Emergency Plan period, especially at first through monitoring schooling ratios in Primary, Elementary and secondary cycles, secondly, identifying some schooling quality indicators and thirdly analyzing the profitability ratios on one hand and school drop out on the other hand, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the educational system and the approved reforms. Summary of results is improved both quantitative indicators during the years of the completion of the emergency plan and after the implementation of the program, especially in primary and secondary wire and to a lesser degree in secondary qualifying wire, have reached enrollment rates in primary education, 99% and above in the total urban and rural areas and 98% in rural areas the two mediums reached 100% in urban areas, and exceeded enrollment ratios Balaaadada 85% total of the two mediums urban and village did this ratio exceeds 66% in rural areas, and approached alerted schooling Baltohela than 60%, as recorded 58.5% total of the two mediums, but the rest of schooling in this corps world rates Karoui very low with an 27% e. but despite this national effort to the day the qualitative indicators are all, or almost, in a recession or collapse.