Seeing a Berber nucleus, the French established the Collège Berbère here in an attempt to train an elite Berber opposition to the urban Arab ruling class; both Arabic and Islam were prohibited. After independence, the movement faded. The Berber college became an Arabic school and was renamed the Lycée Tariq Ibn Ziyad. With nearly 400 locals matriculated, it now teaches a progressive curriculum and hosts international exchange students.
Bd. Prince Heritier Sidi Mohammed, Azrou, Morocco