Institution of the MOE Sanctions Risk, Mission Heywood

By Kruah Thompson

The Ministry of Education (MOE) said it would deny WAEC scores from two private schools in the country for blatant disrespect and violation of rules.

Speaking to a weekly press briefing at the Ministry of Information in Monrovia on Thursday, December 6, 2022, Minister D. Ansu Sonii revealed that Risk’s Institute in Brewerville and Haywood Mission on Old Road, two religious institutions, demonstrated a total lack of respect for the ministry over the period.

“For these two schools mentioned, their WEAC results will be entered,” Minister Sonii announced.

In addition, he said the ministry had blocked their accounts and permanently deleted the numbers assigned to these two schools in examinations administered by the Monrovia office of the West African Examinations Council.

The minister frowns as some schools across the country believe there is no leadership put in place by the government to monitor and regulate educational activities here, noting that in this regard they have created a perpetually disrespectful attitude. .

He said these schools have governed themselves, thus creating a perpetually disrespectful attitude towards the Ministry of Education.

He added that the schools concerned have forgotten that the Constitution of Liberia gives the ministry the absolute power to lay the foundations and platforms for the development of a national curriculum, setting rules and standards governing educational activities. in the country.

He cautioned the institutions thinking that they are not under the Ministry of Education, should operate in the sky, but once they are in the airspace of Liberia, the ministry will exercise its jurisdiction.

Meanwhile, the government, through the Department of Education, has said it will ensure that students at these institutions can access their results directly and individually from the WAEC office.

Minister Sonii said they will ensure their students are registered under a separate name for disrespecting the government.

“The MOE will also make arrangements to ensure that all of their senior students, who will be taking the WAEC exams this year, are enrolled under the name of another school,” he said.

He said that parents, who have their children in these schools, can choose to take their children to other institutions if they wish, but absolutely no students will register under the name of the two schools mentioned.

At the same time, the Ministry of Education announced that all future graduates of 12e Students must pay an amount no more than $ 100 as a graduation fee, and for schools with a larger number of students, $ 75.00 will be sufficient.

Minister Sonii further warned that absolutely no school under his voice and under the direction of the ministry should apply for an excess amount for graduation, as of 2022.https: // head-of-testing-liberias-educational-system- is improving / Editing by Jonathan Browne

Martin E. Berry