Morocco has successfully increased access to schooling over the past two decades, particularly in rural areas, and ensured quasi-universal access to primary education. However, improving the educational outcomes of all young Moroccans - by ensuring access to high quality teaching and learning until the completion of secondary education - remains a challenge. A majority of students leave school without completing upper secondary education and without the basic skills required to contribute effectively to society and the economy. This review provides Morocco with recommendations to help strengthen its evaluation framework for the education system, by putting a stronger emphasis on student learning, improving accountability of actors for quality teaching and learning, and strengthening the evaluation capacity of actors at all levels.
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Source: Education at a Glance 2017: OECD Indicators
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See also: G20 Education Working Group | G20 Argentina 2018 | OECD and the G20