The Carter Center, under its Access to Justice Program, has concluded a two-day training for Chiefs and Elders of Nimba County, educating them on how to respond to judiciary matters in their various communities.
At least 100 college students and recent graduates from universities and colleges in Monrovia have benefitted from a three-day intensive job preparation program.
On Feb. 20, the Ministry of Education held a one-day event that sought to present the activities of its effort to see 93 government schools operated by private and non-profit organizations.
After reports that at least 200 students from the Booker Washington Institute failed more than four subjects, several pupils are facing expulsion.
As the administration of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf wraps up, the National Commission on Higher Education has announced that there have been a large number of improvements in the standards of tertiary institutions.
According to several reports from around Liberia, girls are underrepresented in schools. This is due to some reasons, one of them is teenage pregnancy in early marriages. To combat the issue, the IRC conducted training to sensitize adolescent girls on the issues regarding early marriages.
The administration of the Booker Washington Institute said it made substantial progress in 2016, despite low budgetary allotments to the institution, considered one of Liberia’s preeminent centers for technical and vocational education.
The Ministry of Education has suspended Edward Kpulun from his post as county education officer of Bong for one month without pay, effective immediately.