Morocco's teachers debate: Classical Arabic or local dialect

Educators in Morocco are asking what language is more important to be taught in schools.

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    Educators in Morocco are asking what language is more important to be taught in schools.

    Some say its classical Arabic, while others prefer the more local version.

    The mix of languages is also being blamed in part for high drop-out rates, and now teachers want the government to make an official decision.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan has more.


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