The appalling football-related rioting in Casablanca last April gave rise to quite a bit of comment about the increasing violence of Moroccan society, on which I remarked in turn (Black Army, Black Thursday, Black Deeds). One of the signs of this rising tide was said to be the level of violence in schools, and today … More King-clients. Not
Readers of this blog are only too familiar with my views on Moroccan education, a subject which preoccupies me both because it is my chief professional concern; but also, and more importantly, because it lies right at the heart of Morocco’s most intractable problems. Education, literacy and language form the tight little Gordian knot at … More ‘Something Must Be Done’ … in English too.