Higher Education Reform in Morocco:Reality Challenges and Choices Samir Dorhmi
Multilingualism Cultural Identity and Education in Morocco: Moha Ennaji
Finance of Higher education in Morocco:The impact of the shift in the burden of higher education costs from the government to students and families Ali Ait Si Mhamed
Multilingualism Cultural Identity and Education in Morocco:Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005 Moha Ennaji
The Impact Of Arabization On The Educational System In Morocco:The Case Of Higher Education Science Students And Their Achievements At University Level Adil Youssef Sayeh
Art in the Service of Colonialism:French Art Education in Morocco 1912-1966 Hamid Irbouh
Peter Menkin of The Church of England Newspaper conducted significant interviews with three Rabbis on the topic of religious education. These interviews are unique due to the new success of Internet education and its use in Jewish learning and the teaching of the Torah, as well as Orthodox Jewish adult education. Rabbi Yitzchok Alderstein, a warm and learned Rabbi with special experience in interfaith matters, was spontaneous and sometimes amusing with his kind sense of humor. He asked at one time why Christians wanted to know about Orthodox Jewish education. I replied that this was part of a way to get a sense of religious education in general, and also to foster a relationship with the Jewish community through understanding and communication. There is no doubt, also, that many people, regardless of religious persuasion or outlook, will find this an interview of interest, especially those of the Jewish faith. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ralph Morocco. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/013623/bk_acx0_013623_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Hascia, a precocious biochemistry major (class of 1966), was newly engaged in New York City and bored out of her mind - until she met and fell in love with Barry, a transfixing salesman and unconventional entrepreneur. When his business fell apart, Barry approached Hascia with a crazy idea: Why didn´t they try their hand at building a life in Europe, away from the oppressive bureaucracies of the city? So off to Berlin they went, where they set up a wildly successful company selling educational materials to schools. But that, too, fell apart thanks to a false accusation that they were dealing drugs. This time Hascia came up with the crazy idea that would take them to the drug dens of Morocco, to a remote Spanish prison, and on the adventure of a lifetime: If they were going to be treated like outlaws, why didn´t they live like them, too? James McGirk lives in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and has written for Time, Wired, the Chronicle of Higher Education, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and many other publications. He has an MFA from Columbia University and teaches writing at Northeastern State University and the University of Tulsa. Cover design by Adil Dara. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Abby Craden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/023110/bk_adbl_023110_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.