The National Observatory for Human Development and the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research held a meeting on February 20, 2020 at the Center for Training and National Meetings in Rabat.


The objective of this meeting was to exchange on the results of two complementary studies carried out by the ONDH. The first study focused on the indicators of education service delivery (IPSE) while the second was designed to assess the impact of social support programs for schooling.

Chaired by the Secretary General of the Ministry of National Education and the Secretary General of ONDH, this meeting was attended by the central directors and those of the Regional Academies of Education and Training.

During the opening session, the two officials expressed their satisfaction with the quality of this collaboration and the relevance of this work, the results of which contribute to the current reform process of the education system in our country.

The first presentation focused on the results of the Impact Evaluation of Social Support Programs for Schooling, which made it possible to determine the impact of schooling support programs on school attendance and success, but also to analyze the degree of integration of these measures and to assess the relevance of their targeting strategy.

The second presentation was devoted to the Survey of Education Service Delivery Indicators. This pioneering study focused on the evaluation of the quality of education services delivery has focused on three dimensions, namely inputs (availability of infrastructure, teaching materials, ...), efforts and knowledge of teachers. It also assessed the learning of fourth grade students in languages (Arabic/French), mathematics and non-verbal reasoning.

In addition, this meeting was an opportunity to present the Information System "Al Bacharia" set up by the ONDH in 2012. This system allows to provide in real time and at the finest territorial scales, data and operational and decision-making indicators to evaluate and possibly guide public policies for better decision-making in favor of human development.

Following these presentations, the lively debate underlined the interest of the recommendations raised by these two studies. In this context, the participants expressed the wish to deepen the reflection on the conclusions and the programming of future evaluations within the current context of reform. In addition, the exchanges also reiterated the willingness of both parties to pool their efforts to enrich the Information System.

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