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Moroccan university professor jailed over ‘sex for good grades’

A university professor in Morocco has been jailed for giving students good grades in return for sexual favors.

The professor who was economics lecturer at Hassan I University, near Casablanca, was jailed for two years.

Local media reports say he was found guilty of indecent behaviour among other charges.

Reports added that his jailing is the first verdict in a string of high profile sexual harassment cases at universities in Morocco.

At least four more  academics will appear in court on Thursday as part of the scandal.

It would be recalled that the sex for grades cases came to the fore in 2021 after journalists picked up messages reported to be between students and lecturers.


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