À partir d’un article publié par le New-York Times sous le titre “It’s Hard to Study if You’re Hungry”, Soukaina du programme MOMKIN et Alaisha (MIT) ont présenté un exposé commun.
Voici les questions posées à la discussion :
– Who is responsible for the food and housing security of students?
(Universities? The government? Families? The students?)
And to what extent?
– What should be the expectations of students while they attend university?
– If Moroccan students faced the same challenges as American students, would it be positive?
– Do you think students would be less lazy if they had to work for their education?
– Based on previous discussion, how can we use this knowlege to improve the educational experience in Morocco?
– Food and housing security in Morocco?