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Liberian Educator Challenges Students To Strive For Excellence

Tuesday, 02 July 2019 08:05 Written by

A Liberian educator has stressed the need for students to have a strong sense of commitment to social justice and empathy to the plight of the least among them.

Gov’t Gives Big Hope For TVET Graduates, But…

Thursday, 30 May 2019 09:08 Written by

The Government of Liberia (GoL), through its line ministries and agencies responsible for youth activities and job placement, has given big hope to graduates of technical, vocational education and training (TVET) in the country.

Abuse And Misuse Of Resources - Senator Sherman Terms Free Tuition Policy

Monday, 20 May 2019 02:26 Written by

The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Judiciary, Grand Cape Mount County Senator, Varney Nambi Gboto Sherman, has termed the free tuition policy at publicly-run tertiary institutions as a complete abuse and misuse of the country’s resources. Senator Sherman asserted that there is a serious need that the policy be revisited, because according to him, it lacks purpose and corresponding responsibilities.

As Senate Education Committee Identifies Lapses: Weah’s Free Tuition Policy Faces Hitches

Friday, 10 May 2019 04:00 Written by

After a scrupulous investigation into problems being faced by the state-run Universities of Liberia and other public run tertiary institutions, the Education Committee of the Liberian Senate has identified lapses regarding the decision by President George Manneh Weah to announce free tuition at those institutions.

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Low Interest In The Sciences - Says UNESCO Regional Officer

Monday, 22 April 2019 14:00 Written by

The Director of UNESCO Regional Office in Abuja, Osuji Otu has said at a forum in the Liberian capital that students have declined greatly when it comes to the sciences, thus leading to failure during public examples. “Science subjects in school has declined, students are more focus on arts,” said Mr. Otu at the start of three days training organized by UNESCO for some 60 science teachers in Liberia on Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

MYS Enrolls Several “Zoegos” At Vocational School

Tuesday, 09 April 2019 07:07 Written by

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has enrolled few rehabilitated at-risk youth, otherwise known as “Zoegos”. They were officially enrolled at the Ministry of Youth and Sports-run Business and Domestic Occupational Training Center (BDOTC) in various disciplines including: Tailoring, Beauty Culture, Front Office, and Cookery.

Liberian Academic Wins International Peace Science Award

Thursday, 04 April 2019 04:41 Written by

A Liberian academic currently residing in the United States and an expert on conflict and peace studies, Dr. Sam Wai Johnson, has been announced winner of a prestigious award for authoring an article in Peace Economics Peace Science and Public Policy (PEPS).
Dr. Johnson is from the George Mason University in the US.

  Mock exams scheduled for tomorrow nation-wide for all 12 Graders

Thursday, 28 March 2019 03:49 Written by


In an effort to effectively professionalize and improve the educational system of Liberia, the Ministry of Education has informed all 12th Graders that the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Mock Examination will be administered on tomorrow, Friday, March 29, 2019, commencing 8:00 AM prompt. In a press release, the ministry said all students are cautioned to assemble at their various centers where they have been attending the WASSCE tutorial classes.