Former education minister George Kronnisanyon Werner has been admitted into the Atlantis Group, an exclusive international advisory group of former ministers of education and heads of state.
The University of Liberia on Tuesday graduated 221 new classroom teachers from its William V.S. Tubman Teachers College, amid the shortage of professional teachers currently in classrooms across the country. Women top the number of new graduates.
The Ministry of Education has supplied the River Cess County School System with stationery materials for the first time in three years.
The Kids Educational Engagement Project, a local initiative providing varied educational support to children in Liberia, will host its third annual fundraising dinner this Saturday in Monrovia. The dinner will take place at the Monrovia City Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m.
A fourth-grade student of the Soltiamon Christian School System in Monrovia has been named as the winner of the first National Kids Essay Competition.
Kponyekpoyah Organization in the Americas or KOA, a U.S. based social development organization has completed the distribution of textbooks and other educational materials to students of four schools in rural Bong County. The schools are Gorpu Dolo Boi Elementary and Junior High School; Belefanai Lutheran School; Belefanai Community School and the United Christian Institute in Zota district.
A US$42,000 six-classroom elementary school has been dedicated to residents of Tuankan Town, in Bong’s first electoral district.
Following the announced waiver of tuition at all undergraduate public institutions across the country by President George Weah, the state-owned University of Liberia says students of the institution will not be exempted from paying other fees.