Millennials in Liberia are taking the lead in educating their peers and young people about the history of the country’s 14 years of devastating civil war, a subject that is excluded from the syllabus in schools across the nation.
The Ministry of Education has taken a giant step to improve the skills of teachers who teach reading to young students. On July 23rd, the ministry signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Liberian Association of Literacy Educators to train in-service teachers who want to improve their skills in teaching reading.
About 69 percent of students taking the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations, known as WASSCE, passed, according to the Ministry of Education.
The demographic boom across Africa and Asia means the time is ripe for system reform to improve our children’s opportunities for meaningful learning. Beyond the Mirage provides a roadmap for action to help political leaders embark on this journey.
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.