PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION IN MOUNTAIN AREAS: PUTTING FRAMEWORK LAW 51-17 INTO PERSPECTIVE, CASE OF THREE RURAL COMMUNES IN THE PROVINCE OF AL HAOUZ (AMIZMIZ, LALLA TAKERKOUST AND AMGHRASS)
This article starts from a double premise. The first is the organic link between the societal project desired by Morocco and the challenges posed by the educational structure. The second assumption refers to the paramount role of early childhood education and, in particular, pre-school education in the school system. Indeed, Morocco, a developing country, cannot really be part of the dynamics of globalization and cannot be able to meet the economic, social, environmental and political demands of its development model without changing its educational chain to make it a lever to enhance its human capital. This includes the development of preschool education. The objective of our research is to carry out a diagnosis of the state of play of preschool education in the four communes of Lalla Takerkoust, Amizmiz, and Amghrass. Then, in a second step to measure the applicability of the strategic vision in these three components.
Keywords: Social Project, Development, Education, Preschool Education, Access, Equity, Quality.