Rep. Dorwohn Twain Gleekia of Nimba’s sixth electoral district has disclosed plans for a renovation of Tappita’s Tappeh Memorial High School. The lawmaker said he had lobbied to get US$25,000 appropriated in the 2019/2020 national budget for the renovation.
Rising Academies, a private operator of public schools under the government’s LEAP private-public partnership, has finished rehabilitating the main campus of the Sinoe Elementary Demonstration School in Greenville District, following nearly two years of disrepair and deplorable conditions.
The International University of the Center for Environmental and Public Health Research Inc., also known as CEPRES has conferred undergraduate degrees on 43 students while certificating more than 25 others at the university’s first graduation ceremony held in Gbarnga, Bong.
Ahead of the West African Secondary School Certificate Exams, or WASSCE, the Varney Taylor Foundation has donated a consignment of textbooks to the Charles Henry Dewey Central High School in Tubmanburg, Bomi.
The educational charity Kids Educational Engagement Project, commonly known as KEEP, extended its national reading campaign to Zwedru, Grand Gedeh on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The Ministry of Education has announced new eligibility criteria for senior high school graduates across the country. Going forward, the ministry will now require all senior high school students to pass at least three subjects in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, or WASSCE, in order to be eligible to participate in formal graduation ceremonies.
As he launched a national reading campaign, Education Minister Ansu Sonii says he wants to make reading a priority in the sector.
After a protest by River Cess teachers who had not received salaries shut down public schools in River Cess, education officials in the county are now requiring all teachers to register to receive their salaries through mobile money.