Abstract—The present study focuses on the impact of the
current Moroccan educational system on Moroccan university
students’ choice of their graduate studies’ country and their
kids schooling. The targeted population consists of students who
attended public and private Moroccan schools, and
international schools (i.e. French, Spanish, and the American
schools). The findings show that the majority have not chosen
Morocco as a location for their graduate education or work and
that none of the respondents has chosen the public Moroccan
school for their kids schooling. This is mainly due to the
unfortunate conditions faced by Moroccan children in schools
that lack the basic infrastructure and technology resources
conducive to learning.
Index Terms—Moroccan education for next generation, choice of graduate studies location, choice of kids schooling.
The authors are with Al Akhawayn University, Morocco (e-mail: I.Kissani@aui.ma).
Cite: I. Kissani, A. Boudihaj, and B. Boussouab, "The Choice of Schooling for the Next Moroccan Generation," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 8, no. 11, pp. 809-814, 2018.