Education

INSIDE CRC: ISSUES AND STRIDES

The Constitution Review Committee (CRC) has taken a major stride towards achieving its mandate. At a Buchanan consultative meeting hosted by the CRC, registered political parties of Liberia seized the moment to generally endorse the constitutional review process and have appreciated the CRC’s flexible engagement policies which make every Liberian citizen important and a part of the review process.


Partial view of students, administrative staff, and Jersey International PR, O’neal Roberts

Jersey Int’l Donates Educational Material to At-risk Students

Over 300 students at the Willie Billie Memorial Academy, located on 8th Street Sinkor, were proud recipients of assorted educational materials including a desktop computer from Jersey International.

The Public Relations Officer (PRC) of Jersey International, O’neal Roberts, made the donations recently on behalf of the US based non-governmental and non-profit organization.

The donations included copybooks, pens, computers and peripherals (monitor, CPU and Printer and chords), colored pencils, markers, note pads, book bags, and packs of juice.


The graduates celebrate prior to the commencement of the ceremony

The keynote speaker, Sierra Leonean Ambassador, Rev. Dr. Barnett with the College President, Theresa Leigh-Sherman at the occasion

A cross-view of the instructional staff at the occasion

Leigh-Sherman College Graduates 23

The Leigh-Sherman Community College and Executive Secretarial School on Sunday, November 17, graduated 23 students in a grand style at the Monrovia City Hall.

The 39th graduation ceremony of the school’s executive secretarial science coincided with the 28th commencement Convocation of the college.

The college was founded some years ago, and named in honor of one of Liberia’s finest educators and administrators, Mrs. Theresa Leigh-Sherman.


Group of UL students leaving campus following the disruption of classes

UL Students’ Violence Stalls Academic Activities Again

Following the violent disruption of classes by students sometime last October, there were a few weeks of normal activities on the campus of the University of Liberia; much to the chagrin (disappointment) of many, the past repeated itself Monday, November 18, when some students once again disrupted classes on the Fendell campus causing all activities to come to a standstill.

The violent disruption came on the day the University was to commence its mid-term examination after two months of teaching.

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