On World Teachers’ Day, Morocco’s educators protest against new fundamental system

On World Teachers’ Day, celebrated every 5th of October, Morocco’s teachers took to the streets to protest against what they perceive as unjust and unfair education reform known under the name of “fundamental system.”

The protests unfolded in front of the Ministry of Education and the Parliament buildings in Rabat, calling for a reevaluation of the controversial reform and shedding light on the pressing challenges that teachers encounter amidst the implementation of the newly unified status.

Morocco’s teachers vehemently vent their discontent with the Minister of National Education, Preschool and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, categorically demanding his resignation.

Teachers gathered in large numbers to criticize the educational unions’ involvement in this agreement, describing it as a scandalous act.

They also expressed their dissatisfaction with the four educational unions that signed the January 14, 2023 agreement.

Their involvement in the development of the new fundamental system for employees of the Ministry of Education has further exacerbated the anger and frustration among the teachers’ community.

Morocco’s teachers categorically reject the fundamental system, labeling it as exclusive. They advocate for the full empowerment of the educational community to exercise their rights, particularly in terms of promotions and remuneration for their roles and responsibilities.

This protest is driven by a strong commitment to defending the rightful entitlements of those who play crucial roles in the field of education.

The National Federation of Education – Democratic Trend FNE union was among those who had participated in sectoral negotiations with the Ministry of Education.

However, the federation chose not to sign the agreement on January 14 and adopted a position diametrically opposed to the fundamental system.

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