For FDM | 2015-06-03 9:34:00
The Minister for Moroccans living abroad (MRE) and business migration, Anis stressed Birou the need to use new technologies in the teaching of Arabic to the children of MRE.
In response to a question in the House of Representatives about the shortage of teachers of children of MREs, made by the Socialist Group, Mr Birou stressed that his department has been working to improve textbooks , saying the success of learning the Arabic language these students remains dependent on teacher training to this purpose, and their command of the language of the host country.
More than 70,000 children are studying MRE on the basis of a program which involves more than 500 teachers assigned to the host country, the minister noted, recalling that the Hassan II Foundation for Moroccans Residing Abroad launched the e-madrassa.ma portal “that provides access to programs and monitor progress.
He also expressed, in terms of religious guidance, setting instead of a complementary and comprehensive strategy which adhere several speakers.
The Minister in this regard emphasized the role of the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, the Hassan II Foundation for Moroccans living abroad, the Moroccan Ulema Council for Europe (CMOE) as well as cultural residences, Summer School.