ELTAlgeria News

Educational Achievements

First Class Educational Order of Merit

October 05th, is a day of recognition to every teacher in the world through the history of education.

This year, we are proud to share with you a very special day.

We are pleased to share with you the honor we have had at the nomination of Miss.Kheira Mezough, a teacher of English, to be granted the first class Order of Merit from Oran state local authorities on behalf of the Ministry of National Education 

Miss.Mezough is a committed educator who has been intensively involved in her own professional development and many educational projects.

A high school teacher, ICT trainer,science fair project facilitator, ELT@lgeria webmaster, iEARN@lgeria country coordinator, iEARN online course facilitator, and ESP master student deserves such a distinguished award.


There is nothing better than the recognition of a teacher's  hard work and loyal services to education.


Oran 2013



       The video below tells the story of her achievements


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Congratulations Kheira on the Order of Merit you have been awarded. Working side by side with such a great wise man as Mr.Mustapha Louznadji pays.

Abdeljallal El Hariri

Ibn Majah High School

Agadir, Morocco


Dear Kheira,

Congratulations on this award.   You have done much to deserve it and I'm very pleased that the Education officials have recognized the value you bring to the classroom.


Ed Gragert
Executive Director Emeritus, iEARN-USA



Congratulation Khiera. You really deserve

Hasan Karableyeh 




Proud to say I know her and we are great friends!! So proud of her and happy for her. Way to go Kheira.

Kathy Bosiak
Science Department Chair

Lincoln High School,

North Carolina.




Dear Kheira,

We are all so proud of you! It is a well deserved award in your journey.

You have exerted so much effort to get iEARN started in Algeria for so many years. Thank you so much for your sustained efforts, your vision for iERN in Algeria and your support in the iEARN@lgeria community.

 Eliane Metni

iEARN-Lebanon Coordinator




Congrats on your amazing accomplishment!

You are well deserving of such a high honor


Amanda Mis Funk

Hillsborough County School District,



Dear teacher,

I am so proud of you and very lucky to have you both as a teacher 8 years ago and a colleague now.

You really deserve it.

God bless you.


Fairouz Lekhal,

Sid Elbachir High School

Oran, Algeria



Dear Kheira,
All my congratulations for this great reward that you really deserve. You have always been such a devoted teacher and I don't think that it needs any comment.

Best regards.

Yamina Brahimi,

Adda Abdelkader High School,

Oran, Algeria



Congratulations Ms.Mezough. You deserve the best. And you have a new responsibility now.

Kemal Bereksi,

Oran, Algeria. 




Dear Kheira,
Congratulations on the award you have received!
The award didn't come as  a surprise to me, for I know how much you are devoted to your noble job and how much you have done for eltalgeria.
Keep up the good work,
Jamal Eddine Slimani,


The best is to come. You deserve it. Congratulations

Tayeb Zebbar,

Inspector of Middle School Education

Oran, Algeria



Your dedication, enthusiasm and insight are really inspiring for us all. You've made us all proud. Keep up the good work!

Mostaganem, Algeria


Thank you for sharing this Mustapha!  Congratulations to Kheira on her well deserved recognition.  She has been a great asset to the Chris Stevens Youth Network.


Diane Charlton Midness
Director Professional Development Workshops


 A big congratulations to Kheira for all of her accomplishments! She is such an inspiring and dedicated educator and a joy to collaborate with on global projects.

Jennifer Russell
Program Coordinator