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Ministry of National Education And FMPS Trained 8,000 Preschool Teachers

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The nationwide training program for 8,000 teachers ended last week in Salé, at a ceremony organized by the Moroccan Foundation for the Promotion of Preschool Education (FMPS), the association “Enfants,” and the French Institute.

8000 teachers were trained! The training program for 8,000 teachers nationwide ended on Friday, September 16 in Salé. For the occasion, a ceremony was organized by the Moroccan Foundation for the Promotion of Preschool Education (FMPS), the association “Enfants” and the French Institute.

This training enters the partnership agreement between the Ministry of National Education, and the FMPS with an aim to improve the capacities of preschool and the management of the daily and educational activities of six-year-old children, as recalled by the provincial director of the Ministry of National Education, Said Hiyane, in a statement to M24, the continuous news channel of MAP.

This training also follows the provisions of framework law 51.17 relating to the system of education, training, and scientific research, in particular project no. 1 relating to preschool education and accelerating the pace of its generalization.

Spread over 11 weeks, this new national training program targeted 5,000 recently hired educators and 3,000 working in schools. It is made up of two parts: a theoretical part allowing the educator to learn about the psychological and cognitive characteristics of the child and a practical part centered on the techniques of reception, animation, and development of spaces, activities, games, and free time for children.

As a reminder, the FMPS is a non-profit association, endowed with the public utility since December 2009. It was created in 2008 on the initiative of the Higher Council for Education and in collaboration with the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of the Interior, and the Mohammed VI Foundation for the promotion of social works of Education-Training.

(With Map)

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