- February 25, 2022
- Posted by: James Wotoe
- Category: Uncategorized
(February 24, 2022, Monrovia-Liberia)-As the Government of Liberia strives to enhance performances and efficiency in the delivery of quality education in Liberia, the Ministry of Education held a consultative engagement meeting with County Education Officers to know the level of progress and constraints at the County level.
Speaking during the engagement meeting with County Education Officers (CEOs) on Thursday, February 24, 2022, at the Ministerial Complex, Congo Town, the Minister of Education, Prof. D. Ansu Sonii, Sr. said, the Ministry will continue her support to enable CEOs remain effective in monitoring and evaluating the quality of service that is being provided to students across the Country.
According to the Education Boss, the Ministry will begin an effective visitation to all Public Schools across the Country to mitigate and help address some of the challenges noting, that the renovation and rehabilitation of Public schools will be highly prioritized and considered key to the entire County tour that is expected to begin soon.
Adding, he cautioned CEOs to remain effective, supportive and hardworking towards the advancement of the Education Sector as he ordered the immediate suspension of Sinoe County CEO on ground of not submitting his County Quarterly Report.
He, however, noted that the transfer of District Education Officers (DEOs), Principals, and teachers without the acquiesce of the Human Resource Director is unfortunate and has the proclivity to undermine the HR record system.
In the same vein, he unveiled that the Ministry will begin capacity training for teachers, providing additional vehicles to CEOs and filing in law sue against delinquent teachers who abandoned the classroom but were still receiving regular salaries for the last two years.
For their part, the Assistant Minister of Fiscal Affairs and Human Resource, Hon. James A Massaquoi, and Assistant Minister of Basic and Secondary Education, Madam Felecia Doe-Sackie Somah lauded the relentless and tireless efforts of CEOs for level of work in their respective Counties and encouraged them to desist from the unnecessary transfer of teachers, DEOs and Principals without the consent of the HR.
According to Ministers Massaquoi and Doe-Somah, it is imperative for all CEOs to exercise exemplify exceptional leadership role for the common good of the Education sector.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Minister for Instruction, Hon. Alexander Duopue, expressed overwhelming confidence in the performances of CEOs and urged them to continue the cordial working relationship for the improvement of the Education Sector.
In furtherance, some of the key issues highlighted by CEOs focused on the ongoing renovation of some Public schools, number of enrollments, provision of chairs amongst others.
Moreover, the CEOs applauded the Ministry for such a healthy and Educative engagement meeting which serve as eye opener for efficiency and productivity.
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