On Monday, the West Africa Examinations Council began administering the senior high school exams at 211 schools with 31,297 students across the country.
More than 31,000 senior high students across the country will begin writing this year’s senior high school certificate examinations. The exams are administered each year for students in twelfth and ninth grades, by the West African Examination Council.
With barely days to this year’s West African Examinations Council exams, ninth and twelfth grade students of the New Life Christian Academy have been hit with surprising news that they would not be candidates to the exams.
Bein-Garr District Education Officer J. Lynon Martor, who has served the district for over four years, is being reassigned to take on the same post in Saclepea-Mahn Education District One.
Teachers in River Cess will now receive their salaries through Lonestar’s Mobile Money payment system after more than 500 gathered in Yarpah Town on Friday, May 5 to register for the system.
Svend Einar Holsoe, a major contributor to research on Liberian history, culture, and its people, has been reported dead.
Primary school education is one of the building blocks of life. However, for children living in poverty in Liberia, the likelihood of accessing and completing their primary school education cycle is substantially reduced.
NAYMOTE, a civic education organization, has completed a weeklong training for women contestants and their campaign managers at the Development Education Network in Gbarnga.