Volume 10, Number 3

Universal Education and Research Challenges


Essardi Omar and Ben Hemza Asmaa, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco


Educational systems differ from country to country, but they all share some characteristics. Among the most common is the pressure on schools to respond to local economic demands and to implement the policies and strategies required to ensure efficient and skilled human capital. As a result, the main issues concerning financing the education system, the existence of educational corruption, and educational quality issues are some of the concerns that arise in every region undergoing economic reform, and therefore they are viewed as universal issues.


Education, Education corruption, Education quality, Education expenditure.