The Ministry of Education says it has suspended the county education officers of Margibi, Nimba, and Montserrado for their failure to exercise proper oversight over schools charging unauthorized fees.
Moses Dologbay, Nimba’s county education officer, has announced that the county’s education districts have increased to 13, just as the academic year begins.
Moses S. Dologbay, Nimba’s county education officer, has warned schools against demanding that graduating seniors pay graduation fees before being allowed to take the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations.
Nimba’s county education officer, Moses S. Dologbay, has announced that the education minister is planning a visit to Nimba.
The county education officer of Nimba, Moses S. Dologbay, has encouraged parents and students to continue to register for the WASSCE Exam until the extended deadline of January 30, 2018.
Nimba’s acting county education officer, Moses Dologbay, says his administration is working on constructing at least three major science labs in Nimba.
As the school year winds down, most students in Gbi and Doru district are out of school early this year and have taken to farming and mining.
More than 40 teachers in Bein-Garr Educational District of Nimba underwent phase two of a psychosocial ‘trainer of trainers’ workshop staged by the Ministry of Education in Ganta.