The Moroccan Governmental Training Program, 10000 Cadres Pedagogique by 2016: A Nightmare Against Its Applicants
Abderafii Ait Bourchim is a BA holder in English linguistics and literature at Ibn Zohr university in 2013. LP holder at ENS Rabat in 2014. Found of reading about fiction, poetry, and theater. Writes attempts in poetry and prose.
The recently launched Moroccan governmental Training Program, which aims at qualifying 10000 Cadres Pedagogique by the year 2016, has caused severe debates and a traumatizing situation that consequently pushed its applicants into an enigmatic ocean of doubts and frustration. Ironically speaking, the candidates of that training program resemble fish out of water that have recently been hooked and left on the shore awaiting a bear to take it back to the water. The candidates who hold higher degrees, namely BAs, MAs, and PHDs in various branches have been manifesting for their legitimate rights, the scholarships, and the feasible future chances they will gain by the end of the one-year training. Teacher trainees decided to lead a largely immense strike against Benkiran’s program, calling for their basic right to be given the scholarships by which they can survive for the entire year of their training.