Friends of Liberia, an organization started by former Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Liberia has released the 2018 Liberia Literacy Landscape survey report.
Parents and kids of Gweeta, a suburb community of Gbarnga, are not holding back their excitement over the construction of what is the most advanced early childhood education center in the community.
Following two weeks of intensive training in phonics, oral language development, fluency, and comprehension, Liberia Reads! has graduated teachers and administrators from several schools in Bong.
Members of the Grand Kru Legislative Caucus have blamed the poor performance of students in the county to in adequate supervision on the part of the Ministry of Education.
Joseph Boakai’s tenure as vice president of Liberia has been relatively quiet, particularly when considering the attention lavished on the president in whose administration he serves.
The administration of Phebe Hospital has warned that it is experiencing financial difficulties in maintaining its free Para-Medical Training Program and School of Nursing.
Ahead of the celebrations of the International Day of the Girl Child, the speaker of the National Children Representative Forum has named rape and sexual abuse as common abuses adolescent girls continue to suffer in Liberia.
The Peace Corps has announced that it is returning to Liberia after having pulled out volunteers during the Ebola outbreak. In this piece, a former Peace Corps volunteer, Nimu Sidhu, recounts how the Peace Corps held a national science fair.