The Parents Teachers Association of the Soltiamon School System has frowned on the action of the Liberian National Police to barricade the home of the school’s principal, Solomon Juah, Sr.
A day after they were incarcerated for flogging a female student at their Soltiamon Christian School System, the principal and the dean of student affairs have both been released from pre-detention at the Monrovia Central Prison.
Ahead of the mass protest expected to take place tomorrow in Monrovia, President George Weah has ordered that all government ministries and agencies must remain open and functional.
The principal of the Booker Washington Institute, Harris Tarnue, has been relieved of his post following a meeting of the institution’s board of governors.
At least ten junior students attending the Booker Washington Institute in Kakata were dismissed from writing this year’s West African Secondary School Certificate Examination after an investigation showed that they did not meet the criteria for the test.
The University of Liberia has told the Senate’s committees on education and public administration that the institution now operates at a deficit due to the government’s failure to pay for its free tuition policy.
With this year’s West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination in motion, the Education Ministry says its attention has been drawn to some school administrators preventing their students from receiving their identification numbers.
Nearly 40,000 twelve grade students from 651 schools are commencing this year’s West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination today.