Photo: Chama Bendaoud, 13, and her paraprofessional checking her math homework. Photo by Stella Shi. As Moroccan government enforces new policy on education for autistic children, families are still struggling to access basic rights. By Stella Shi Last updated … Read Full Article about Parents Struggle to Advocate Education Rights for Autistic Children in Morocco
Last updated February 2020 CASABLANCA, Morocco—Vanessa Mamane picks her way through a melee of … Read Full Article about Jewish schools in Morocco are alive and well—they’re just majority-Muslim
Every Saturday, 20 young Moroccans meet in Rabat’s El Youssoufia neighborhood to learn about sex and … Read Full Article about Sex education in Morocco? There’s an app for that.
Fouzia Madhouni practices with her recreational American football team, the Jaguars. Photo courtesy … Read Full Article about How Fouzia Madhouni found her voice through American football
Photo Credit: Rachel Berets. The following article was written by Rachel Berets, an alumna of the SIT: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media fall 2019 semester. Her piece was published in … Read Full Article about The Latest in Language Confusion: Morocco Switches Back from Arabic to French
The following article was written by Ryley Graham, a fall 2019 alum of SIT: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media. On February 7th, 2020, her story was published in USA Today. ZENATA BEACH, … Read Full Article about Moroccan families mourn drowning of 45 who used risky migration route to Spain