LANGUAGES AND CULTURES IN THE MOROCCAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (ANALYSIS OF REPRESENTATIONS)
In times when ‘’learning’’ rhymes with ‘’globalization’’, ‘’blurring of boundaries’’ and ‘’increased mobility’’, we wish to present a reflection on the current relationship between the Arabic, French and Berber as languages of education and culture. The analysis of representations will encourage us to emphasize the paradox in terms of languages and cultures in the school system in Morocco. After recalling briefly the socio-linguistic, demographic, and political-linguistic educational and cultural specificities of Morocco, we will show how learners, students and parents imagine the languages. This is represented through a survey.