MONROVIA, LIBERIA - In order to professionalize and digitize the comprehensive statistical data collection exercise nation-wide, the Ministry of Education in collaboration with Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and UNICEF will commence the data collection exercise for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 Academic years scheduled for August 19 to September 30, 2020. This exercise is a national requirement applicable to all schools throughout the Republic of Liberia including all levels, Early Childhood to Secondary Education Institutions in Liberia.
MONROVIA,LIBERIA - The Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Liberia(UL), Prof. Dr. Josephus Moses Gray, has called on the faculty of the institutionto take advantage of the introduction of eLearning program to turn challenges into opportunity to make the 2019/2020 Special Academic Semester a successful one.
Former Liberia’s Deputy Foreign Minister B. Elias Shoniyn has called on education institutions in Liberia to be progressive in responding to the needs of society by building positive mindset that promotes hard work, honesty, and objectivity.
Education Minister , Prof. D. AnsuSonii, has warned that there will be no promotion for students after the Covid-19. His statement comes in the wake of recent observation by some schools who are giving assignments to their students and take home tests as a way to prepare for subsequent promotion, something the Education boss noted, will not be allowed after the climax of COVID-19 in Liberia.
UNICEF and WFP: Futures of 370 million children in jeopardy as school closures deprive them of school mealsThursday, 30 April 2020 07:19 Written by Staff Writer
As the COVID-19 crisis pushes up levels of hunger among the global poor, the World Food Programme (WFP) and UNICEF are urging national governments to prevent devastating nutrition and health consequences for the 370 million children missing out on school meals amid school closures.
It was a jubilant mood yesterday as the baton of leadership was handed over to the newly appointed Interim President of the AMEUniversity, Rev. Alvin E. Attah by the Board of Trustees of the University.
One of the instructors of the GrandBassa Community College (GBCC) has accused the administration of the institution of corruption, asserting: ‘Corruption at Grand Bassa College’.
The Independent Elections Commission of the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers’ Association (MCSSTA) has announced that 22 candidates have been qualified to contest various positions within the organization’s pending elections.