A teacher at the Cestos High School has been suspended for one month after refusing to grant a female student a bathroom break. The student urinated in front of her classmates at the direction of the teacher, Shadrach Joe.
The president of the National Teachers Association of Liberia is on a tour across the southeast to identify the constraints and challenges facing teachers in the region.
Disabled persons are often marginalized and discriminated against in Liberia, making it hard to access the education system, the job market, and health services.
The Liberia National Police has charged 16-year-old Jovanus Turay and his mother Josiah M. Saah in the school shooting that resulted in the death of 14-year-old Precious Ireland.
As he announced the construction of two new high schools in Grand Kru, newly elected Senator Numene Bartekwa is calling for the youth in southeastern Liberia to prioritize education over mining activities.
Kakata has opened what its mayor is billing as the city’s first public library and science lab for students.
Former vice president Joseph Nyumah Boakai has offered full university scholarships to four students from four high schools in Tubmanburg, Bomi.
The Grand Bassa Community College has graduated 218 persons in various disciplines.