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Deborah MacArthur, President Global Education Morocco, The African Education Summit 2011, (video)

Discovery Education Opening Ceremony
"Education for girls: Not if, but when? Not why, but how?"
Deborah MacArthur, President, Global Education Morocco

Genie Progam - School Education - Government of Morocco (video in Arabic)

Ms Ilham Laaziz -- Genie Progam Director School Education -- Government of Morocco showed this video at The African Education Summit, 12-13 July, Rabat, Morocco


Summer Arabic and North African Studies at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco (video)

A full year of Arabic in 8 weeks
A full semester in 4 weeks
Session 1: June 4 -- June 30, 2012
Session 2: July 2 -- July 29, 2012

Choose:• Arabic• North African Studies• Combined programs 

Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingenieurs: The Pride of Moroccans (video)

The Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs (Arabic: المدرسة المحمدية للمهندسين‎, abbreviated EMI) is a School of Engineering in Rabat, Morocco. EMI was founded in 1959 by the King Mohammed V as Moroccan's first polytechnic, it's the largest institution of higher education in technology and one of the leading technical schools in Morocco.
EMI became in 1981 under the order of the king Hassan II the first school combining academic and military education. Following the establishment of polytechnical schools in many European countries the early years of the 19th century, often based on the model of École Polytechnique in Paris in 1794. 


About Morocco.(video)

A video from the Moroccan Tourism Authority

Schools in Morocco. (video)

Boarding schools give Moroccan girls a chance to learn

Over the past few decades in Morocco, the school dropout rate for girls from rural areas has been on the increase due to a virtal lack of high schools in less-densely populated areas of the country. But a boarding school project launched by authorities in 2000 to tackle the problem now boasts more than 300 new schools.

AL Akhawayn University, Morocco (video)

AL Akhawayn University, Morocco- Moving away from the French mold