Education in the Maghreb: Tunisia

Nick Clark, Editor, WENR Since gaining independence from France in 1956, Tunisian education officials have been working to develop an education system that is responsive to the needs of a rapidly developing country, while also emphasizing the need to develop a distinct national and regional…

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Education in the Maghreb: Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia

The three profiles offered with this issue of World Education News & Reviews provide an overview of the education systems of Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia and a discussion of past and recent reforms. Introduction The education systems of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia have undergone several…

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Education in the Maghreb: Morocco

Nick Clark, Editor, WENR Morocco gained independence in 1956 and a year later the Royal Commission for Education Reform laid down the basic principals of post-independence Moroccan education. Chief among the goals of education reformers was the Arabization of curriculum and faculty, the widening of…

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Education in the Maghreb: Algeria

Nick Clark, Editor, WENR At independence in 1962 the Algerian education system was highly exclusive and geared toward the training of a French colonial elite. With the creation of the Ministry of Education in 1963, the process of building an inclusive and open national education…

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Education in Pakistan

By Robert Sedgwick, Editor, WENR CLICK TO READ OUT LATEST PROFILE ON EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN Pakistan currently suffers from large fiscal and trade deficits, the absence of a strong middle class and weak foreign investment. Economic growth is sluggish with 48 million Pakistanis (33 percent…

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