Following the November 18, 2021 Press Statement by the National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE) to the BlueCrest University College that defiantly enrolled students to study for an unapproved master’s degree program in Information Technology in Liberia, the NCHE hereby notifies the public about punitive measures that have been taken against the BlueCrest University College as a deterrent for any other tertiary institution that may be involved in such prohibited practices.
In 2022, 15 State of the Art TVET Institutions will be constructed nationwide - Min. Wilson DisclosesSunday, 21 November 2021 23:02 Written by Julius Konton
Youth and Sports Minister D. Zeogar Wilson has disclosed that the Government of Liberia (GoL) will in 2022 construct 15 State of the Art Technical Vocational Education Institutions across the country.
Liberia has been re-elected as Vice-Chair of the education commission at UNESCO, represented by Bridge Liberia’s managing director GG Gbovadeh Gbilia at the 41st General Conference of UNESCO in Paris, France.
An advocacy in the educational sector under the brand of the Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE) has expressed grave concern over the prevailing hardship being faced by parents and students compounded with the Ministry of Education(MOE) confessed inability to address or regulate fees for private schools.
Following a 24-hour stay home action by Teachers of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSSTA), the Government of Liberia (GoL) has swiftly intervened and has assured the aggrieved public school teachers that it will address all of their six counts.
Liberia has been re-elected as Vice Chairman of the Bureau of Education Commission at the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for the next two years( 2021-2022). The election took place at the 41st Session of UNESCO General Conference and the 75th Anniversary of UNESCO in Paris, France which runs from November 9th to the 24th, 2021.
The Government of Liberia (GoL), through the Ministry of Education (MoE), has disclosed that the ministry does not regulate tuition and other required fees of private schools aside from public schools.
As the new academic year for 2021-2022 began on November 1, authorities at the Ministry of Education(MoE) has resounded a caveat to administrators of all public schools across the country to desist from hiking registration fees of students to what is unapproved by the ministry.