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 News: 13 Dark Points in Mr. Ben Zaghou's Reforms

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PostSubject: News: 13 Dark Points in Mr. Ben Zaghou's Reforms   Thu 21 Mar - 20:03

Heads of regional regional seminars will raise their reports
on the process of assessing the reforms in the free education of the
minister of national education Baba Ahmed Abdellatif, during the
national sessions that are scheduled from 9 to 11 April.

These reports shed light on many points of weakness, as they
demanded the opening of positions for assistant directors in primary
schools, as well as the necessity to adopt the single-shift system from
8:00 am to 2:00 pm, in addition to activating the "professional
baccalaureate" in order to stop the school dropouts.

Same reports are popped out from regional seminars that were held
on 18 and 19 March in Tizi Ouzou, eastern Algiers, in Ouergla, southern
Algeria, in Constantine, eastern Algeria, and in Oran, western Algeria,
attended by director of education, representatives of approved
syndicates, representatives of pupils' parents and some directors of
educational institutions.

Reports explained that following a series of regional meetings,
these seminars came to realise the outcome, as it was characterised with
severe discussions between the participants, raising many points that
were concluded in the existence of difficulties and weakness related
basically to scientific and lingual errors in the school curricula in
primary and muddle schools, the lack of modules and activities and the
intensified curricula, the lack of coordination from stage to another,
the existence of stuffing and redundancy in the scientific programs,
omission of some units that are not scientific.

As for the file of training, the regional reports agreed that the
training during service is neither enough nor efficient, while the
recruitment will be anarchical and impulsive, despite the adoption of
university certificates as a a measure in employment.

Based on the shortcomings that were recorded in a draft that will
be raised to the minister soon, it was decided the proposal of a series
of solutions based essentially on the idea that the professional
education in Algeria is not active, therefore it is necessary to
activate the "professional baccalaureate", which alone can absorb a
large number of pupils who dropped out from schools in the secondary
stage, encouraging the non summer activities through adopting the
single-shift system in teaching, as well as preparing and sending the
ministerial saws for the various organisational sides, with the need to
open positions for assistants of directors in primary schools, and cover
the large deficit in this stage.

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