BRAC Liberia, a Bangledeshi-originating NGO, has announced a partnership with the government to implement an early learning program in Bomi and Gbarpolu.
The stateâ€™s response to the Monrovia Consolidation School System studentsâ€™ October 15 protest will fuel tensions that will threaten the very stateâ€™s commitment to sustain peace.
The demographic boom across Africa and Asia means the time is ripe for system reform to improve our childrenâ€™s opportunities for meaningful learning.Â Beyond the MirageÂ provides a roadmap for action to help political leaders embark on this journey.
Gender Minister Piso Saydee-Tarr has provided updates on the governmentâ€™s investigation of the rapes that occurred at More Than Me, noting that the top concern of the Gender Ministry right now is the well-being of the girls.
Street Child, a British charity organization operating 24 public schools under the Liberia Education Advancement Program, has turned over a new school building to a town situated along the Harper-Pleebo highway.Â Â
Last Wednesday, the acting minister of education, Latim Dathong, announced that the Partnership Schools for Liberia program has been renamed and restructured into the Liberia Educational Advancement Program to increase collaboration and accountability.
Liberiaâ€™s education system is expected to experience another reform, as the new minister of education has announced his plans for the sector.
The case for PSL expansion is anchored to the historical neglect by the state to fulfill its role in funding quality education for all Liberians.