Numerous studies have shown that children with poor reading skills are more likely to fall behind in school, therefore setting the stage for future dropout, poverty, limited job opportunities, and strains on the overall social support system. Through a lockstep partnership with the Ministry of Education, USAID is supporting the Moroccan government’s efforts to incorporate effective methods of reading instruction and language teaching into the national teacher preparation program. Furthermore, USAID’s activities generate data and information which contribute to sustainable, evidence-based development of the national education system, leading to stronger education attainment and quality outcomes.

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