Al Mokhtar Jazoulit School Won in the Arab Reading Challenge

Out of 92,000 Arab schools competing in the sixth Arab Reading Challenge in Dubai, the Al Mokhtar Jazoulit School in Rabat was named the “Outstanding School.”

An award of 1 million Emirati dirhams ($ 272,000) will be given to the Moroccan school, enabling it to invest additional funds in fostering a culture of reading and academic and cognitive achievement.

“As part of the reading challenge, from 92,000 schools that participated, Al Mokhtar Jazoulit School from the Kingdom of Morocco won as the best school that supports reading and consolidates it in our generations,” UAE Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced on his twitter account.

“Congratulations to Morocco for this cultural movement, as one million Moroccan students participated in the challenge,” the tweet read.

The sixth edition of Morocco’s Arab Reading Challenge, which took place in July, awarded Mokhtar Jazoulit School the distinction of Most Distinguished School.

In the Arab world, the Arab Reading Challenge is the largest reading contest. The Arab Reading Challenge was established in September 2015 by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai of the United Arab Emirates.

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