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Is it MOE that instructs DEOs to dismiss/demote any principal that fails to take assignment?I have been demoted for not being able to take assignment due to health issue.

I need the intervention of the ministry of education now.
Things to observe during your National Exam.

DO AWAY WITH FEAR AND HAVE SELF CONFIDENT.

Exam wasn't given to u for failure but for you to be able to face the challenges that may comes your way.

Stand firm my friend, the test may be difficult somehow but once u have self motivation you are going to make it.

Fear is a spirit that makes people weak about the test, Fear makes you feel like the test is a something new. But I say to u fear should have nothing to do with you on this test.

Ask questions, read properly, and follow the instructions all these things make you successful, if u can't ask or if u don't read the directions well the test may be difficult somehow for you.

Engaged the test with the spirit of success but not failure, when the paper is laid before you answer all the one you know first. It's impossible that all the questions that will be given you don't know any, somehow you may know some.

Take answers and give answers, but you should be very vigilant in doing so. Do all u can do in the test hall.

Nevertheless the test is for you but know HOW, WHY, WHEN, AND WHERE to write.

Do your best and leave the rest with God.

Wish you success.

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When will the nine(9)graders take their national Exam🤷🤷
You are talking about New School Year Minister. What about the volunteer teachers you promised to be employed before 2021 academic year? You think you can bear this pain? You people not serious in this country. Nothing like that I will definitely resign.
I'm a class room teacher who obtain B and C certificate and I teaching house of prayer academy sinoe county government camp
Why this page continues to carried the photo of the former minister???
#MOE there have occured a great stepback in the learning sector from two sources: the #covid-19 and the death of the....
Good evening Sir/ Madam,
Your due respect, considering our locations, distances and other circumstances surrounding our road problems within our Region ( Southeastern region); we have been victimized in situations where our WAEC Candidates transported themselves to Greenville City from Bokon Jaedae ( $10,000) and the exam days were extended (2016/2017).

Again, our students almost transported themselves to their previous WAEC center in Greenville City prior to the extension of first schedule from July 12-15,2021 to July 19-23,2021.

I therefore appealing to your Honorable Offices to enforce the quick and fast information sharing policies into place. Effective information sharing has been the major problems in our educational sector in our region.

To conclude, I thank the Almighty God to be connected or member of this group page / website for better and effective informations.

Congratulations to MOE for creating this unique platform.
Want the West Africa examination will start

Working to provide quality education for all. #GettingtoBest

Operating as usual

24/09/2021

Press Advisory
Ministry of Education Lifts Ban on Graduation and Asks for Straight Adherence to Health Protocols

(Monrovia, Liberia- September 24, 2021)
- The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Health has llifted the ban on Graduation exercises but with the full implementation of health protocols for the safety of the Liberian people from contracting the deadly Coronavirus.

This decision was reached at both institutions based on the full compliance of the citizens for abiding by the various health protocols.

Meanwhile, institutions wishing to conduct graduation exercises should consult the health authorities for the appropriate arrangements and observance of the full implementation of the health protocols for the safety of the teachers, students, parents, relatives, sympathizers and friends.

Remember, COVID-19 is real and is still here. We must therefore do all we can to curtail the spread of this virus and provide safe environment for our future leaders and citizens.

Therefore, we want to extend our gratitude and applaud all school administrators and education stakeholders who have been very patient, law-abiding and professional during this period of uncertainty and health pandemic

. We therefore admonish the rest of the school authorities and administrators to always be in full compliance with the Ministries' guidelines, policies, and regulations for co-existence as we strive for quality, relevant, accessible, affordable and comparative education for the growth and development of Mama Liberia.

END
For more information, contact J. Maxime Bleetahn, Director of Communications & Public Relations on 07772121970886565264 or call MOE hotline 1416 for more updates and details.

You can visit www.moeliberia.com or page: Ministry of Education-Liberia.

Press Advisory
Ministry of Education Lifts Ban on Graduation and Asks for Straight Adherence to Health Protocols

(Monrovia, Liberia- September 24, 2021)
- The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Health has llifted the ban on Graduation exercises but with the full implementation of health protocols for the safety of the Liberian people from contracting the deadly Coronavirus.

This decision was reached at both institutions based on the full compliance of the citizens for abiding by the various health protocols.

Meanwhile, institutions wishing to conduct graduation exercises should consult the health authorities for the appropriate arrangements and observance of the full implementation of the health protocols for the safety of the teachers, students, parents, relatives, sympathizers and friends.

Remember, COVID-19 is real and is still here. We must therefore do all we can to curtail the spread of this virus and provide safe environment for our future leaders and citizens.

Therefore, we want to extend our gratitude and applaud all school administrators and education stakeholders who have been very patient, law-abiding and professional during this period of uncertainty and health pandemic

. We therefore admonish the rest of the school authorities and administrators to always be in full compliance with the Ministries' guidelines, policies, and regulations for co-existence as we strive for quality, relevant, accessible, affordable and comparative education for the growth and development of Mama Liberia.

END
For more information, contact J. Maxime Bleetahn, Director of Communications & Public Relations on 07772121970886565264 or call MOE hotline 1416 for more updates and details.

You can visit www.moeliberia.com or page: Ministry of Education-Liberia.

Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 21/09/2021

Press Release

Ministry of Education is conducting a Five Day Intensive Training On Routine Monitoring For County M&E Officers and Education Stakeholders

In order to increase efficiency and productivity in Monitoring and Evaluation in the Education sector, the Ministry of Education through the Bureau of Monitoring and Evaluation has begun an intensive five days capacity training for County M&E Officers, County Education Officers (CEOs), District Education Officers (DEOs), and Education Stakeholders across the Country.

The capacity training is one of the several programs of the Ministry that is intended to upgrade and standardize the skills and potential of its employees assigned in various Counties.

The capacity training focuses on the following:

*Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism

*Data analysis framework

*Practical approach on data application

*Data collection processes and the usage of smartphone in conducting survey

*Problem analysis

* Conceptual, Results, and Logical frameworks

* Implementation of the M&E plan

Meanwhile, the ongoing training is being held at the Golden Key Hotel located Paynesville, and has targeted over 100 participants from various Counties respectively.

The Ministry urges the participants to utilize the training exercise so as to make significant impact towards the improvement, growth, and sustainability of quality Education system.

Therefore; the Ministry reiterates its commitment to building a vibrant and professional Education sector for all Liberians without discrimination.

The Ministry applauds the Government for its unflinching support for the transformation and advancement of our Education system.

Subsequently, more details relating to the training will be unfolded to the public on Friday, September 24, 2021.

For information please contact the Director of Communications & Public Relations J. Maxine Bleetahn on +231777212197 / +231886565264 or call MoE hotline 1416

17/09/2021

Funeral Announcement

The Ministry of Education in collaboration with The West African Examinations Council ( WAEC), wishes to inform the Public that the remains of the victims of the July 17, 2021boat-wreck of the Niko Invanka will be laid to rest on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at the Johnsonville and Nimba United Cemeteries simultaneously.

Those to be laid to rest include five (5) staff of WAEC namely:

1. The late Mr. Morris B. Kellen
2. The late Mr. Johnson Wuelleh
3. The late. Mr. Arkaseh Solo
4. The late. Mr.Masse M. J. Kollie
5. The late. Stephen Mollie

Also to be laid to rest includes the remains of CPL Abraham T. Joe of the Liberia National Police who was serving as security es**rt for the WAEC exams. These patriotic citizens met their tragic death while enroute to the Southeastern Counties aboard the Niki Invanka
to administer the WAEC Examinations to students in that part of the Country.

Meanwhile, the funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the St Moses Funeral Parlors starting at 9:00AM to 12: Mid-day and interment will follow at the Johnsonville and Nimba United Cemeteries as stated.

All wishing to attend the funeral service, including Officials of Government, are to be seated by 8:45AM.

Observing all health protocols shall be followed as directed by the funeral home.

May their gentle souls, and all faithful departed, rest in perfect peace and light perpetual shine on them.

Signed: J.Maxime Bleetahn,
Director of Communications & Public Relations

Funeral Announcement

The Ministry of Education in collaboration with The West African Examinations Council ( WAEC), wishes to inform the Public that the remains of the victims of the July 17, 2021boat-wreck of the Niko Invanka will be laid to rest on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at the Johnsonville and Nimba United Cemeteries simultaneously.

Those to be laid to rest include five (5) staff of WAEC namely:

1. The late Mr. Morris B. Kellen
2. The late Mr. Johnson Wuelleh
3. The late. Mr. Arkaseh Solo
4. The late. Mr.Masse M. J. Kollie
5. The late. Stephen Mollie

Also to be laid to rest includes the remains of CPL Abraham T. Joe of the Liberia National Police who was serving as security es**rt for the WAEC exams. These patriotic citizens met their tragic death while enroute to the Southeastern Counties aboard the Niki Invanka
to administer the WAEC Examinations to students in that part of the Country.

Meanwhile, the funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the St Moses Funeral Parlors starting at 9:00AM to 12: Mid-day and interment will follow at the Johnsonville and Nimba United Cemeteries as stated.

All wishing to attend the funeral service, including Officials of Government, are to be seated by 8:45AM.

Observing all health protocols shall be followed as directed by the funeral home.

May their gentle souls, and all faithful departed, rest in perfect peace and light perpetual shine on them.

Signed: J.Maxime Bleetahn,
Director of Communications & Public Relations

Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 15/09/2021

Public Service Announcement

The Ministry of Education announces the reopening of its application for the local scholarship program for students in Universities and Colleges for academic 2021/2022 beginning September 2021.

Preference shall be given for the following disciplines:

1. Education specifically ( Early Childhood, Language Arts, Geography and History)
2. The Sciences and science related disciplines

Note: These scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of merit. Students are therefore required to maintain a GPA of 2.7 or above. The government of Liberia is committed to ensuring that education opportunities are equally available to students from all communities across the Country.

Application forms can be picked up from and returned to the offices of the County Education Officers ( CEOs) in the sixteen Education Counties.

Note: beneficiaries will be required to maintain 3.00 GPA in order to remain on the scholarship.

Females and those who are physically challenged are strongly encourage to apply. Deadline for application is October 15, 2021 at 4PM.

For more information, please contact the Division of Scholarships, 3rd floor, Ministry of Education Building, Ministerial complex, Congo Town, and all County Education offices across the sixteen Education Counties or contact the following numbers: 0886583173/0770922990

Signed:_____________________
J Maxime Bleetahn
Director of Communications & Public Relations

Approved:___________________
Theophilus A Snorton, Sr.
Director of Scholarships

Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 10/09/2021

The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the WAEC Liberia has begun administering WASSCE for 12thgraders throughout the Republic of Liberia.

The exams will end on September 30..

Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 02/09/2021

Press Advisory

The Ministry of Education in Collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works Launches the First Road Safety Book for Readers

(September 2, 2021-Monrovia, Liberia) In an effort to improve road safety in Liberia, the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Ministries of Public Works and Transport, with support from development partners, launched the First Road Safety Book for readers/students across the Country.

The road safety book is meant to help readers to learn about safe behavior on the roads and to adopt important rules when using the roads.

It also encourages the readers to be careful on the roads, explains safe ways of crossing the roads, highlights the importance of using seatbelts as a passenger in a car and emphasizes the significance of wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle. The book further encourages readers to wear reflective or bright jackets/clothes to ensure visibility at night.

Speaking during the official launched and publication of the Book held at the Ministerial Complex, Congo Town, the Minister of Education, Prof D. Ansu Sonii. Sr, said, the essence of the book Publication on roads safety measures is to help strengthen and promote Safety for the Public especially for Liberian students.

According to Minister Sonii, the Ministry remains committed to build a literate society where everyone is knowledgeable, particularly when it comes to the use of necessary safety measures.

Adding, he believes that the book is in accordance with international best practice

"The Publication of the road safety book is the first step taken towards the acceleration of the Education sector through safe road behavior; "I do believe that this will help in the reduction of road accidents across the Country", he asserted.

Minister Sonii lauded the efforts of the Ministries of Public Works, Transport and development partners for facilitating the write-ups of the book noting, that such effort speaks volumes that Liberia is now moving towards a progressive status.

Concluding, the Minister unveiled that the book is expected to be distributed throughout the Country as he applauded the Liberian Government for its continuous support in the Education sector and other sectors.

For her part, the acting Minister of Public Works, Madam Ruth Coker- Collins extended heartfelt gratitude to the Government of Liberia, development partners, authors, illustrator, amongst others, for the relentless and tireless efforts rendered during the production process of the book.

According to madam Collins, this is the first of its kind to see such a significant material on road safety protocols to be published by the Ministry of Education which seeks to give directives on roads, cars, and other moving objects.

Meanwhile, the program Director of the Gesellschaft Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Mr. Matthias Schroeder, joined other speakers to appreciate the Government and development partners for the support given towards the Publication of the book.

For more information, contact J. Maxime Bleetahn, Director of Communications & Public Relations on 0777212197/0886565264 or call MoE hotline 1416 for more updates and details.

You can also visit www.moeliberia.com or page: Ministry of Education-Liberia

02/09/2021
Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 27/08/2021

MoE Receives Major Boost As GPE through UNICEF Donates 4 New Pick-ups

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) through UNICEF has donated four brand new Toyota Hilux Pick-ups to the Ministry of Education.

The donation was made on Friday, August 27 at the Ministerial Complex Head Office of MoE.

Receiving the vehicles on behalf of the Ministry, Education Minister, Prof. D. Ansu Sonii expressed great delight over the donation, describing it as very timely and absolutely relevant.

Minister Sonii said the vehicles will go a long way in facilitating monitoring and supervision of schools and ongoing projects in the country.

The MoE boss lauded GPE and UNICEF for their continued support towards improving the education system of Liberia, urging other valued partners to follow suit.

The four Toyota Hilux vehicles were purchased for the Ministry as part of the GPE Emergency COVID- 19 Response Grant managed by UNICEF.

Photos from Ministry of Education - Liberia's post 26/08/2021

The Ministry of Education has begun administering the National Mock Exam for 12th graders across Liberia.

The initiative is being sponsored by the Government of Liberia.

It is intended to assess students' competencies, skills and preparedness to perform in exams and tasks.

The Ministry hopes the Mock Exam will inspire learners and build their confidence as they prepare for WASSCE aimed at enhancing performance.

24/08/2021

(Ministry of Education, Monrovia, Liberia August 24, 2021)

Remarks from the Minister of Education, Professor D. Ansu Sonii, Sr.,

I want to thank the president, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah for giving me the opportunity to serve the people of this country.

I share the collective responsibility for the creation of the beneficial pool of human capital and very glad to be among many people to be of service to the people of Liberia with an admirable standing in the history of the world.

Messages from youthful leaders of our country and particularly this government, is intended to grasp the attention and raise the interest of sixty five percent youth of our country to whom shall be eventually endure.

As the Minister of Education, I have the responsibility to show the way forward toward the attainment of the version of our president intended to able the young people to rise to the space available for each one of them in the development space of our country recreating the good character of Liberia.

We remain reminded of the painful history of our country and join you in the diaspora and across this county to emphasize a peaceful co-existence of a population, cognizance that the contrary is no longer tolerable nor affordable.

We are reminded that this country is ours together and we are Liberians together and we must exhibit the attitude of ownership, respect for the law, respect for the properties of the country, respect for the rights of each other at all times.

To many to whom honor is due, I wish to recognize their initiatives to our country and to our education sector.

Mr. President, on behalf of the education sector taken as a whole, we recognize your government support for education in this constrain physical space.

You relief parents from the WASSCE examination in the amount that exceed two point five million dollars a year.

The government also grant tuition subsidy to all students attending public universities, full colleges or community colleges as well providing scholarship to many both in country and providing allowances for those on bilateral scholarships in diaspora.

But on your behalf Mr. President and on behalf of the entire country and government, I professor D. Ansu Sonii, Sr., Minister of education wish to recognize the support from external parties, the development partners, the EU for TVET Education-Liberia support, the world bank for enhancing and upgrading secondary school education across our country in public schools, to the GPE, Global partnership Education for stakeholdersding support for the improvement for Early Childhood Education across this country particularly in the counties in the southeast which are considered hard to reach.

We thank the USAID for partnering with us and them, UNICEF, UNFPA for helping with the curriculum and a host of other development partners and philanthropists and individuals in the same regard.

To the education stakeholders and players, teachers, principals and education officers, NTAL, National Teacher Association of Liberia, NPAL, that’s the National Principal Association of Liberia, the PTA, that’s the Parents Teachers Association of Liberia, all students, higher level institutions, basic and secondary early child hood, I thank you for the job so far done, but with expectation so far we can do better with greater service to our people.

Each of our roles, whether teacher or principal or Minister, it is indispensable in the nation building process, so let each of us do our honest part in the collective additions of each of our services shall bring the transformation that we desire so greatly for the republic.

The school system also recognizes the support of the health sector, Dr. Jallah and her team for regulating our actions and ensuring safe school in 2020 / 2021 with the disruption imposed by Covid -19. Because of you, we are coming to the end of academic 2020/ 2021 may not have been wholly satisfactory when we have come to the conclusion notwithstanding.

To WAEC, the West African Examination Council, the role of WAEC is in the evaluation of our students, third grade. Six grade, ninth grade and twelve grade, challenging us to invest our best in preparing the candidates as they sit for those exams, especially those that are competitive administered across the region.

To the effect, we from the education sector request a moment of silence for those colleagues in WAEC who lost their lives in the active course of service in the evaluation of candidates which should have taken place two months ago.

May the souls of those persons who lost their lives and all other faithful departed Liberians and residents, all principals, school leaders, teachers plus students who also lost their lives as a result of accidents or as a result of COVID-19.
May their souls also rest in perfect peace.In our determination notwithstanding, the WAEC exam must proceed, because one hundred thousand students have registered and prepared to sit for this exam forty two thousands of which are twelve graders.

We therefore look forward to the schedule to be provided us by the WAEC leadership in consultation with their head office and that schedule shall be published and published shortly. But we believe that those exams remain on course in the month of September, God willing.

In further preparation of our candidates, the Ministry of Education is going to administer a Mock exams in all schools across the country, seven hundred and fifty two secondary schools across the country, private and public on August 26, 2021.

And we wish all of our students well and for those that will be proceeding to administer those exams, please be careful and let God bless you on those journeys. We encourage all schools to begin full preparation for academic 2021/ 2022.

The month of October shall be set aside for preparation to ensure that preparatory works are done, teachers are refreshed, because schools should begin on November 1, 2021 and the academic year shall go for ten months ending August, 2022 God willing.

Mr. President, we thank you for the remembrance of the single item of unification, our Flag and we wish that the celebration of the day shall go well. Thank you and God bless our country and the government.

(Ministry of Education, Monrovia, Liberia August 24, 2021)

Remarks from the Minister of Education, Professor D. Ansu Sonii, Sr.,

I want to thank the president, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah for giving me the opportunity to serve the people of this country.

I share the collective responsibility for the creation of the beneficial pool of human capital and very glad to be among many people to be of service to the people of Liberia with an admirable standing in the history of the world.

Messages from youthful leaders of our country and particularly this government, is intended to grasp the attention and raise the interest of sixty five percent youth of our country to whom shall be eventually endure.

As the Minister of Education, I have the responsibility to show the way forward toward the attainment of the version of our president intended to able the young people to rise to the space available for each one of them in the development space of our country recreating the good character of Liberia.

We remain reminded of the painful history of our country and join you in the diaspora and across this county to emphasize a peaceful co-existence of a population, cognizance that the contrary is no longer tolerable nor affordable.

We are reminded that this country is ours together and we are Liberians together and we must exhibit the attitude of ownership, respect for the law, respect for the properties of the country, respect for the rights of each other at all times.

To many to whom honor is due, I wish to recognize their initiatives to our country and to our education sector.

Mr. President, on behalf of the education sector taken as a whole, we recognize your government support for education in this constrain physical space.

You relief parents from the WASSCE examination in the amount that exceed two point five million dollars a year.

The government also grant tuition subsidy to all students attending public universities, full colleges or community colleges as well providing scholarship to many both in country and providing allowances for those on bilateral scholarships in diaspora.

But on your behalf Mr. President and on behalf of the entire country and government, I professor D. Ansu Sonii, Sr., Minister of education wish to recognize the support from external parties, the development partners, the EU for TVET Education-Liberia support, the world bank for enhancing and upgrading secondary school education across our country in public schools, to the GPE, Global partnership Education for stakeholdersding support for the improvement for Early Childhood Education across this country particularly in the counties in the southeast which are considered hard to reach.

We thank the USAID for partnering with us and them, UNICEF, UNFPA for helping with the curriculum and a host of other development partners and philanthropists and individuals in the same regard.

To the education stakeholders and players, teachers, principals and education officers, NTAL, National Teacher Association of Liberia, NPAL, that’s the National Principal Association of Liberia, the PTA, that’s the Parents Teachers Association of Liberia, all students, higher level institutions, basic and secondary early child hood, I thank you for the job so far done, but with expectation so far we can do better with greater service to our people.

Each of our roles, whether teacher or principal or Minister, it is indispensable in the nation building process, so let each of us do our honest part in the collective additions of each of our services shall bring the transformation that we desire so greatly for the republic.

The school system also recognizes the support of the health sector, Dr. Jallah and her team for regulating our actions and ensuring safe school in 2020 / 2021 with the disruption imposed by Covid -19. Because of you, we are coming to the end of academic 2020/ 2021 may not have been wholly satisfactory when we have come to the conclusion notwithstanding.

To WAEC, the West African Examination Council, the role of WAEC is in the evaluation of our students, third grade. Six grade, ninth grade and twelve grade, challenging us to invest our best in preparing the candidates as they sit for those exams, especially those that are competitive administered across the region.

To the effect, we from the education sector request a moment of silence for those colleagues in WAEC who lost their lives in the active course of service in the evaluation of candidates which should have taken place two months ago.

May the souls of those persons who lost their lives and all other faithful departed Liberians and residents, all principals, school leaders, teachers plus students who also lost their lives as a result of accidents or as a result of COVID-19.
May their souls also rest in perfect peace.In our determination notwithstanding, the WAEC exam must proceed, because one hundred thousand students have registered and prepared to sit for this exam forty two thousands of which are twelve graders.

We therefore look forward to the schedule to be provided us by the WAEC leadership in consultation with their head office and that schedule shall be published and published shortly. But we believe that those exams remain on course in the month of September, God willing.

In further preparation of our candidates, the Ministry of Education is going to administer a Mock exams in all schools across the country, seven hundred and fifty two secondary schools across the country, private and public on August 26, 2021.

And we wish all of our students well and for those that will be proceeding to administer those exams, please be careful and let God bless you on those journeys. We encourage all schools to begin full preparation for academic 2021/ 2022.

The month of October shall be set aside for preparation to ensure that preparatory works are done, teachers are refreshed, because schools should begin on November 1, 2021 and the academic year shall go for ten months ending August, 2022 God willing.

Mr. President, we thank you for the remembrance of the single item of unification, our Flag and we wish that the celebration of the day shall go well. Thank you and God bless our country and the government.

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