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In his response to a question from “Al-Youm 24” about the refusal of private educational institutions to issue exit certificates to students’ parents, except after fulfilling the duties of the month of July, which are disputed, the Minister of National Education, Chakib Benmoussa, said that it is not acceptable for the boy or girl to become hostages” of private educational institutions, further stressing that “services should not be provided with conditions”.
Benmoussa explained, in a press conference that he offered this morning, on the occasion of the opening of the new school, that his ministry “is concerned about private schools, in order to approve a legalization that demonstrates total transparency in relations between private schools and families. “
And the government official added, in his response, “We are working on a new law for private schools, and we are working on revising and updating the school’s tolerance book, and on how to lift administrative and pedagogical control, and we are trying as much as possible to limit the behavior that we consider immoral and illegal, since a strict intervention will be done to solve the number of problems at the local level.
Benmoussa referred to the “report of the Competition Council”, and said that “it presented a table of a series of procedures that must be codified, in order to help the relationship between private schools and families to be contractual and full transparency, and respect for legal controls”.
A source from the ministry told Al-Youm 24 that its regional and regional interests are working to find solutions to hundreds of cases of conflict between private education institutions and parents of students, who refrained from carrying out their duties in July. past, due to the suspension of studies at the end of June, highlighting that some Parents have issued urgent judicial rulings, ordering them to deliver exit certificates to their children immediately, without requiring them to perform school functions.