CIMQUSEF17: 17th International Conference on Quality in Education
ِMorocco/online: 9-23 December 2020
Early school leaving (often referred to as ‘school dropout’) refers to situations in which learners do not complete a full cycle of education and are not engaged in any training or ‘second chance’ education program. As in many countries, Morocco seeks to ensure that all children and adolescents complete primary and secondary education. And while different social, economic and educational factors have been advanced to explain why students leave school early, many believe it is the schools that must transform themselves and establish support mechanisms to effectively protect, monitor and retain at-risk pupils in the education system.
Next June, Moroccan and international experts will convene a special conference on early school leaving to address its causes, consequences and preventive policies. The conference will be held on June 3-4, 2020 at the Sultan Moulay Slimane University in Morocco.
For more information, see the Call for Proposals at cimqusef.amaquen.org
and consider contributing to this important discussion.