Does Benmoussa return to the age requirement? – Today 24

The Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, revealed that some 20,000 teachers are expected to be recruited in the regional education and training academies during the month of October.

The Minister highlighted, during a press conference held yesterday Tuesday, to highlight the novelties of the new school entry, that the selection contest will be announced at the end of next October, within the framework of the training of teachers for the next academic season.

Benmoussa’s statement on the possibility of employing 20,000 marks from regional academies for education and training was met with immediate reactions from the unemployed, who were denied entry to the educational profession during last year’s session due to to modifications that affected the conditions of participation in the match. , the main of which is to set the age at 30 years.

Several unemployed people, commenting on what Benmoussa said today, about the possibility of annulling the age and selection conditions, and going back to the organizational procedures that were in force, within the framework of the principle of equal opportunities, because limiting the The working age, and limiting it to thirty years, is a great injustice for thousands of unemployed people who are over thirty and are now deprived of participation in the regional education and training academies.

It should be noted that the capping of the age of entry into the education profession during the last season was met with widespread protests from the unemployed, students and unions, as parliamentarians saw it as a strike on the principle of equality and the end. to one of the rights of the unemployed Representatives, that the decision to limit the age does not oblige him, because it is exclusion, marginalization, and has nothing to do with the development model, which is the same as stated by Driss Lachkar, the first the writer of the Socialist Union Party, who in turn expressed his rejection of Minister Benmoussa’s decision, in addition to other voices that considered it as “adding fuel to the fire.”