On September 19th, students at the Buchanan Demonstration Elementary School and the World Wide Academy will return to school to learn new concepts that most Liberian university students never dream of encountering.
More than 100 adults graduated after months in an adult literacy program sponsored by the Finnish Refugee Council.
Several parents are protesting the refusal of authorities of the Kendeja Public School, located on the Robertsfield Highway, to enroll their children.
As more than 50,000 teachers across Liberia return to teaching this week, they will each be receiving a copy of a code of conduct.
Over a thousand ghost names have been identified for removal from the Ministry of Education’s payroll, after the minister concluded vetting 47 percent of its workforce, based in Nimba, Bong, and Montserrado.
A surge of interest in enrollment has led the principal of the Tonglewin Elementary Public School to call on its operator, Bridge International Academies, to allow the school to increase classroom sizes.
Ahead of the reopening of the 2016-2017 academic school year, a Sinkor-based football program, Cece United Football Academy, kicked off its “Back2School” initiative with the distribution of dozens of school materials to over 60 student trainees of the academy.
Ahead of the beginning of classes for the schools year, interest in enrollment surged at the J.W. Pearson Elementary and Kindergarten School located on Carey Street.