Solutions To Learning Poverty

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Supporting the Liberian Government

Bridge Liberia supports The Ministry of Education to significantly improve learning and teaching within public schools; providing a better future for Liberia's youth. Students in Bridge Liberia supported public schools gain an additional 2.5 years of learning over 3 years.

Recognition of LEAP and Bridge Liberia's support

Community

The Journey of a book
Bridge Liberia marks World Book Day
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Why Africans Have Much to Tell The World About Education
Africa is often presented as a continent with the greatest of education challenges.
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Liberia Re-Elected as UNESCO’s Vice Chair at the Bureau of Education Commission
Liberia has been re-elected as Vice Chairman of the Bureau of Education Commission at the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO)
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Senate and House Education Chairs Put Weight Behind Digital Teacher Training
Teachers undergo two weeks of training in specific classroom management techniques
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Ministry of Education re-trains over 1,000 government teachers
MOE retrains at least 1000 teachers with partner Bridge Liberia
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Bridge Liberia improves learning outcomes for girls
In Liberia, a girl is more likely to be married by 18-years-old than to know how to read and 63% of girls between the ages of 15-24 are illiterate.
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Bridge Liberia Empowers New Generation of Powerful and Successful Girls
Bridge Liberia is empowering a new generation of powerful and successful girls through a better education.
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Vice President Meets Students
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor meets Bridge Liberia supported students in Monrovia
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Ministerial Delegation visits Lofa
The Minister for Education, Assistant Minister for Fiscal Affairs and the Assistant Minister Early Childhood Education visit Bridge Liberia schools in Lofa
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Akon Partnership
Akon partnering with Bridge Liberia as part of Light to Learn initiative
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Students on Parade
Celebrating success in Maryland county
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Meet Miata Sosor
Miata is a passionate teacher who is driven by the relationship she has with her students and colleagues.
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Solutions To Learning Poverty

2019 Nobel Prize-winning economist, Professor Michael Kremer’s ground-breaking study confirms learning gains among the largest ever measured in international education. The impact of NewGlobe’s methodology is among the greatest of any rigorously studied intervention in emerging markets.
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