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Government Enacts Education Reform Act

The Liberian Government has enacted the Education Reform Act. The Act was signed by the President at an elaborate program held at the William V. S. Tubman High School in Sinkor.  Local and international stakeholders were in attendance. The US Ambassador Linda Greenfield and a Representative of UNICEF Country Director made remarks.  The Chair of the Senate Committee on Education Honorable Blamo Nelson spoke on behalf of the Legislature and indicated that they were satisfied that the Act provides and opportunity for Liberia students to receive quality education and be competitive. 

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COTAE Makes Presentation on Education Reform Act to the Senate

COTAE Presentation to the Joint Houses Committees on Education chaired by Senator Blamo Nelson


Lango Lippaye and the Case of Education Neglect in Liberia

The Lango Lippaye School sits in the middle of Kakata city and is one of the most populous public schools in Margibi County.  It caters to children from mostly underserved and poor communities.  It is the kind of school that most county officials, except the lowest income-earning ones, would dare send their kids.  The school typifies what poor quality education is all about, and represents a classic failure of Government to provide equal education to citizens.  It lies in squalor and complete dereliction.  The story of Lango Lippaye could be replicated for several public schools across Liberia, but the Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE) chose to highlight this school because it is only about 40 miles away from Monrovia, the seat of national Government.

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COTAE Brands NTA Bus

Two buses of the National Transport Authority of Liberia has being branded by COTAE


COTAE Conducts Training of Trainers

The Catholic Retreat Center in Gbarnga, Bong County hosted the Training of Trainers’ workshop on 23 - 24 June 2010.  The workshop congregated 28 persons from 14 counties - two persons from each county (excluding Grand Gedeh).  The regional coordinators, members of the secretariat, local education officials and the civil affairs officer of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) based in Bong County attended.  The Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC) provided technical support through their monitoring and evaluation department, represented by Garreston Bailey.

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