The Center for Cross-Cultural Learning (CCCL) located in Rabat, Morocco is a private cultural institution founded and directed by Moroccan academics with many years of experience in cross-cultural education. Colloquial Moroccan Arabic, Darija classes are taught by professionals trained specifically to teach Darija. CCCL uses Labass textbook for Beginning Moroccan Arabic Darija developed by their own faculty.
Qalam wa Lawh Center located in Rabat, Morocco offers Darija, Colloquial Moroccan Arabic classes. Darija is taught according to an immersive methodology. Darija courses can be taken in conjunction with MSA courses at Qalam wa Lawh, but it is important for students to approach the two courses as two separate languages, so as not to interfere with the correct understanding of either language. Each Darija Level can be completed in 4 weeks, and has a minimum of 80 contact hours. Qalam Center uses the textbooks Peace Corps Moroccan Arabic and A Basic Course in Moroccan Arabic.
Center for Arabic Culture located in Somerville, Massachusetts offers a Moroccan Arabic, Darija class. The Center for Arabic Culture [CAC] is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating Arabic language, culture, art, history, and Arab-American cultural experience. Arabic language program enables Arab-American children and young adults to experience the beauty, flexibility, and heritage of the Arabic language. CAC aims to offer a curriculum that includes language, culture, music/dance, art and calligraphy.