We also visited a Casablanca private high school.
We were given a tour of the school by the headmaster, shown in a magenta sweater.
Extra Credit Question #7
Tuition for this school is $1600 - $1800 dirhams (Moroccan currency) a month.
What is the exchange rate from dirhams to US dollars?
How many dirhams can someone get for $1 USD (US dollar)
How much is the school's tuition in USD per month? per year?
The differences between public and private school in Morocco reminded me of some of the differences between public and private schools in the U.S. What do you think they are?
Front of the private school
Grade averages for every student in the school.
The highest score students can get when they graduate is 20.
These were the top ranked students.
One of the English level 4 student's notebooks.
The teacher giving his lesson on global citizenship in English.
The activity sheet for students.
They discussed the poem the teacher shared with them.
The teacher is using an interactive white board to sound out English words for the students.
Part of the lesson from the student work book.
This is the same work book we were shown a couple of days ago also shared on this blog.
An empty classroom.
Math class notes on an interactive white board.
If it doesn't make any sense to you, remember, it is high school.
Flat screen televisions advertise school announcements in a slide show all day.
Like the public school, they are stressing the importance of "going green" too!
The private school from the school yard.
The head master and two other educational leaders we met with.
Part of the lunchroom.