Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- The Moroccan Minister of Education Said Amzazi said a few minutes ago amid a plenary session in the house of representatives that schools will not reopen in Morocco before September 2020.
Amzazi also said that the Moroccan high school exit exam, well-known nationally as the Baccalaureate exam, will be postponed.
Amzazi said the decision was taken to protect the health of students.
Amazazi noted that the baccalaureate exam will take place now in July, further stressing that strict social distancing measures will be taken by then.
Amazazi affirmed that distance learning will continue, noting that 75 percent of the courses’ curriculum were completed before the suspension of studies due to COVID-19.
Amazazi said that the possibility of having “a blank year” is completely excluded.
The Moroccan Times.