Tag Archives: National Teachers Association of Liberia

OP-ED: There’s an Education Revolution Taking Place in Liberia. How Can We Make Sure it Benefits Everyone?

Cooper writes this as her first sentence in her biography of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who was born in 1938. She writes this to help readers outside the country understand how extraordinary it is that a Liberian woman became part of the governing inner circle. She had a successful career in the world of international finance, and then was sworn in as president of a country emerging from a civil war.

PRESS RELEASE: Student Union Calls for Dialogue in Response to Strike by Teachers

It is with sadness that we gather here today to give our official statement on the saga involving the Teachers Association of Liberia and the Ministry of Education on the one hand and the Monrovia Consolidated School System and the MCSS Teachers Union on the other hand.

Students Block Access to RIA in Protesting Teachers Absence from Class

Public school students in Lower Margibi for more than four hours on Tuesday besieged major entrances near the Roberts International Airport. The students were protesting the absence of teachers in their classrooms for nearly one month.