This survey was conducted in response to the Moroccan government's concern with the need for changes in the education and training system to overcome development constraints. It also addresses the need for improved efficiency of education and training activities in view of the current fiscal situation in Morocco. The survey consists of an overview and five specialized reports covering economic and financial aspects, general education, agricultural training, vocational and technical training, and non-formal education. The most serious of the numerous policy issues identified are concerned with: (i) primary school efficiency; (ii) moderating the growth of higher education; (iii) expanding skill training; (iv) the content and coverage of agricultural training; and (v) expenditure reductions. The report includes specific recommendations for remedial measures.
Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report
Investment in education and training
Agricultural training; Agricultural workers; Cost of education; Curriculum development; Education; Educational policy; Efficiency; Farm training; Higher education; Investment; Nonformal education; Primary schools; Surveys; Technical education; Training; Vocational training
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MNA Sector Groups (MNS)
Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)
Morocco - Education and training sector study (Vol. 2) : Investment in education and training (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/198261468275963956/Investment-in-education-and-training