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Yasmine El Baggari
In Morocco, policymakers have recently implemented several groundbreaking initiatives aiming to create educational programs to empower rural women. Despite progress in this realm, there are still ongoing tensions within the Moroccan educational system. As a Moroccan who was educated in a multi-lingual system, I have experienced its flaws firsthand and recognize the need for its analysis. This study, therefore, assesses the quality of the Moroccan educational sector and the ...Keep Reading »
Yasmine El Baggari is a Moroccan undergraduate based in Amherst, Massachusetts. She is studying Socio-Political Science and Economics. Her research focuses on women’s empowerment and the concept of identity, morality, and cultural evolution for Arab Muslim students in the West. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.