Maryland’s Sen. J. Gbleh Bo. Brown has proposed an act to create another higher institution of learning in the county.
After at least four schools resumed academic activities for the primary school levels, Grand Gedeh’s county health officer says he has ordered all schools operating classes from 5th grade to kindergarten to close, in line with guidance from the Ministry of Education.
The Ministry of Education has announced an Educational Stipend Cash Transfer Scheme to support students taking the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations beginning this week.
As 12th graders across the country take the West African Secondary School Examinations this week, Sinoe’s county education officer is calling on all school authorities to ensure complete adherence to all health protocols set up by the Ministry of Health.
Around 1,875 teachers are going to benefit from a partnership between Teach For Liberia and the Profuturo Foundation, a Spanish education program aimed at providing quality digital education for children in countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia.
The Ministry of Education has announced the dates for schools to reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of schools across the country. The move is intended to allow students to complete the 2019-2020 academic year that was halted in March.
The We Care Foundation, an NGO working in the education sector, has announced a list of new partnerships that are meant to improve the quality of learning in Liberia.
Former education minister and senatorial aspirant for Grand Kru, George Kronnisonyon Werner, has made good on his promise of L$500,000 (US$2,512) to cover tuition owed by graduated teachers of the Liberia Cooperative Standard Education School System Teachers Training College, according to a statement from the institution’s chief administrator, Joseph Wehye.