Morocco: CRC, Concluding Observations, CRC/C/MAR/CO/3-4, paras. 60 – 61, 19 Sept. 2014

Morocco: CRC, Concluding Observations, CRC/C/MAR/CO/3-4, paras. 60 – 61, 19 Sept. 2014

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60. The Committee is however concerned that the education system continues to face serious challenges. The Committee is particularly concerned that:

c) The lack of transparency and efficiency in the management of education resources reportedly leads to the effective use of only two thirds of the resources to improve the education system;
d) Private education is developing very quickly, especially at primary level without the necessary supervision regarding the conditions of enrolment and the quality of education provided, which has led to the reinforcement of inequalities in the enjoyment of the right to education as well as teachers increasingly engaging in private lessons in public schools and giving priority to the work they undertake in private schools;

61. The Committee recommends that the State party:

b) Conduct a proper assessment of the shortcomings of the Emergency Plan 2009-2012 and on the basis of the lessons learned adopt all necessary measures to ensure an effective and efficient utilization and control of the financial resources allocated to the education system;
c) Assess and address the consequences of the rapid development of private education in the State party and ensure that teachers from the public sector contribute to the improvement of education in Morocco rather than being used by the private sector by effectively enforcing Ministerial Circular No. 109 of 3 September 2008;

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