Morocco Ranks Second in Arab Code Week Competition
Morocco ranked second in the first round of the Arab Code Week competition, the results of which were announced, on Wednesday, at the headquarters of the Arab Organization for Education, Culture and Science (ALECSO) in Tunisia
Morocco ranked second in the first round of the Arab Code Week competition, the results of which were announced, on Wednesday, at the headquarters of the Arab Organization for Education, Culture and Science (ALECSO) in Tunisia.
According to a communiqué of the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research, this event, which is being held for the first time at the Arab level, witnessed a qualitative Moroccan participation amounting to 2333 out of 13 thousand and 352 activities registered on the Arab Code Week platform, from various regional academies of education and training,
The competition resulted in the culmination of three Moroccan educational institutions in the category of the “Golden Exhibition”, the category “Not connected to the computer”, where “Abdelaziz Almassi Schools” in the regional directorate of Chtouka Ait Baha of the Regional Academy of Education and Training (Souss-Massa region) won the first place with a gold medal and that is in the age group of less than 12 years.
In the age groups (12-15 years) and (15-18 years), “Ibn Nafiss Middle School” in Mzouda, in the regional directorate of Chichaoua (Marrakech-Safi region) and “3 Mars High School” in Sidi Redouane, in the regional directorate of Ouazzane (Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima), ranked second, snatching two silver medals respectively, while “Salah Eddine Al Ayoubi School” and “Moulay Yaacoub School”, of the regional directorate of Moulay Yaacoub (Fez-Meknes region), ranked third (first in the Golden School competition and second in the Golden Activity competition).
It is noteworthy that the activities of this Arab educational event began on January 11th, 2021, on the topic of “Programming and Decoration”, in cooperation with the Tunisian Association for Educational Initiatives, and witnessed the participation of 200 thousand and 876 students from different Arab countries, 1509 Arab schools and more than 10 thousand Arab teachers.