wednesday, 3 march, 2021 at 21:35
Rabat – Three new mobile applications to facilitate access to the services of the “Massar” information system, developed by the Department of National Education, with the support of the Millennium Challenge Account-Morocco Agency (MCA-Morocco) and technical support from the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Benguerir, were officially launched on Wednesday in Rabat.
Launched during a ceremony chaired by the Minister of National Education, Vocational Training and Scientific Research, Saaïd Amzazi, these applications, downloadable via the official website of the ministry (www.men.gov.ma) and accessible free on smartphones, offer a new and user-friendly tool that will help promote the education system and strengthen links between the various players in the school community.
These three applications are dedicated, respectively, to teachers, parents and students. Thus, and through the “Massar Moudaris” application, teachers can consult their administrative and financial situations, their transfer movements, the lists of their students and their duty rosters, enter grades and absences, schedule continuous checks. and monitor the completion of homework by their students and the implementation of programs easily.
For its part, the “Massar Waliye” application offers parents and guardians of students an easy tool to consult data concerning their children’s school career, such as timetables, marks obtained at continuous checks, absences. , as well as homework and exams.
Thanks to the “Massar Moutamadris” application, students can more easily access data concerning their schooling, and more particularly consult their timetables and grades, prepare their homework, learn about scheduled assessments and track their absences.
On this occasion, Mr. Amzazi indicated that the launch of the mobile version of “MASSAR” aims to strengthen communication channels between students and their teachers on the one hand, and between parents and the educational management in schools, on the other hand.
In addition, the Minister insisted on the involvement of all stakeholders so that these tools achieve the objectives for which they were designed, calling on educational executives to ensure the monitoring of the smooth running of all operations related to these applications and to guarantee all the conditions necessary for their success.
For her part, the director general of the MCA-Morocco Agency, Malika Laasri noted that the launch of these applications takes place within the framework of the implementation of the “secondary education” project, considered among the essential projects planned by the program. cooperation agreement signed between the Moroccan government and the American government, represented by MCA.
For her part, the Deputy Director General of the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Morocco (MCC), Carrie Monahan stressed that the launch of these applications constitutes an important step within the framework of the “Compact II” cooperation program, linking the Moroccan government to the US government, represented by MCA.
About $ 450 million has been allocated for this program by the US government, she said, noting that the agency and the ministry are currently working to develop a new model for secondary education in 90 high schools. , across 3 regions of the Kingdom.
The development of these applications falls within the framework of the implementation of framework law 51.17 relating to the education, training and scientific research system, in particular, project 18 “strengthening the educational system. ‘education and training information’.