Moses S. Dologbay, Nimba’s county education officer, has warned schools against demanding that graduating seniors pay graduation fees before being allowed to take the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations.
CONGO TOWN, Montserrado – On Tuesday, April 3, about 34,000 12th grade students are expected to take the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations for the first time in Liberia. This is the first time Liberian students will join their English-speaking West African counterparts to participate in WASSCE. The tests will be administered at 216…
Nimba’s county education officer, Moses S. Dologbay, has announced that the education minister is planning a visit to Nimba.
After a logging company provided funds to communities in River Cess to use as scholarships for students, residents are now complaining that the process for selecting students has not been transparent.
The superintendent of police in Bong County, Frederick Nepay, is calling for increased citizens’ collaboration in preventing crimes in the county.
Liberia’s education system is expected to experience another reform, as the new minister of education has announced his plans for the sector.
The William V. S. Tubman University’s President Edward Wonkeryor has been replaced by President George Manneh Weah.
In observance of International Women’s Day, stakeholders are calling for immediate action to support the Liberian Women’s Agenda. The agenda is a platform that promotes women’s empowerment and other rights.