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Principals Brainstorm At Working Session
The Ministry of Education is conducting a five-day quality assessment training workshop for about 84 principals in Kakata, Margibi County. The 84 principals are representing 84 schools from five of Liberia’s fifteen counties, with 18 each from Lofa, Bong, Margibi and Grand Cape Mount counties and 12 from Montserrado County respectively. The training began Monday at the Kakata Kountry Klub and it is expected to end on Friday November 24, 2017.


-LICOSSES Cautions Education Stakeholders; Warns Against Scare-Game
The chief administrative officer of the LICOSESS Mobile Teacher Training College, Benjamin Wehye is calling on education stakeholders to stop playing politics with education in post-conflict Liberia.


The University of Liberia Student Union (ULSU) has condemned recent demonstrations by students at the Fendall and Capitol Hill campuses of the university. In a press statement issued Sunday at the Capitol Hill campus of the school, the president of ULSU, Jerome Bernard said ULSU is convinced that peace is a compelling ingredient for academic freedom, socio-economic and political development and that academic freedom and social justice is indispensable to peace.


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