The Lutheran Church in Liberia has graduated 61 students in the fourth cycle of its Bilingual Literacy Training Program in Gbarnga.
The Second Judicial Circuit Court in Buchanan has jailed Amos Smith, the proprietor of the Willie C. Peters Elementary and Junior High School, for attempting to dupe teachers at his school of months of salaries he owed them.
Cuttington University Alumni Association has inducted new officials to steer its affairs for the next three years, with the new president promising to address the university’s financial woes through a US$1 million endowment fund.
The Ministry of Education through its Girls Education Division has presented the national policy on girls education to stakeholders in Grand Bassa. The event took place on Tuesday, February 19 in Buchanan.
Former Transport Minister Tornonlah Varpilah will be inducted into office this weekend as the new president of Cuttington University Alumni Association. The ceremony will take place during the university’s 130th Founder’s Day celebration, which kicks off on Friday, February 22.
An official of the Ministry of Education says the size of the national budget envelope is responsible for the low allotment to education in the country.
Since President George Weah announced a tuition waiver at all public tertiary institutions across the country, there are visible signs that the University of Liberia has not adjusted well to the changes. An investigation reveals that the Capitol Hill campus now has an open defecation phenomenon due to the lack of water on campus.
Harbel College has abandoned its decision to increase student fees this semester after Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, demanded that the administration returns to the status quo.