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Morocco: Calculators are to Blame

Moroccan blogger Essam Aissam [Ar] writes about the educational systems and grades students get in Morocco and Egypt. He concludes that graduates from his country could fare worse than their Egyptian counterparts, who failed miserably in entry exams for jobs in a casino. Aissam blames calculators for the inability of graduates to complete simple mathematics equations.

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  • Excuse me.. but thats not what I wrote. There is no comparition in the poste. More than that I said that morrocan students can have lower results at the same exam :)
    morroccan educational system is even worst!!

  • I am sorry about that Aissam – your are right. Let me amend that – as well as your name – as you spell it differently. I had read 10 Arabic posts back to back and then started linking to them and even if it is no excuse, I hope you would understand how such a mistake can happen.

  • No problem Amira. I just replayed to make things clear.

    Thank you for your efforts, and for tolerating my bad English

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