Morocco: Berber to be taught in all schools
Morocco intends to gradually extend the teaching of the Amazigh (Berber) language in primary schools, a decision that will affect 4 million pupils by the end of the decade, the education minister announced on Thursday. "The teaching of the Amazigh language will benefit some 4 million pupils in 12,000 primary schools by 2030," said National Education Minister Chakib Benmoussa at a press briefing...
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