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President Weah’s interest has enhanced and strengthened Liberia’s education programme

Presidents are extremely busy people. In our part of the world, their busy schedules are even more pronounced at the…

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President Weah heaps praises on Bridge Liberia for advancing education through technology

President George Weah was full of glowing words for Bridge Liberia after experiencing the educational provider’s use of technology in…

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Africa Is A Continent Where Education Reform Is Working

Education is both political and complex. There are many who take an ideological position against reform and resist innovation and…

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New RCT reveals that Liberia significantly improves primary school learning outcomes in three years 

Overall, learning improved by 0.26 SDs in English and 0.35 SDs in maths; equating to more than a year of…

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Three Year RCT In Liberia evidences improved learning outcomes

The Liberian Education Advancement Program (LEAP) is a public private partnership with eight non-state actors designed to improve school management…

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UNGA: Now is not the time for talking—it’s the time for action

Every year global and national leaders convene for the General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA) to discuss the sustainable…

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Inaugural​ ​World​ ​Bank​ ​education​ ​report​ ​recognises​ ​success​ ​of Liberian​ ​PPP

The World Bank has released its first ever report on education. It recognizes the global learning crisis and the failure…

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Independent​ ​report​ ​proves​ ​Liberia’s​ ​bold​ ​education innovation​ ​is​ ​working

Bridge PSL public school students learn twice as fast as their peers Teachers inside the scheme are 50% more likely…

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Exciting learning gains evidenced by Bridge at Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL)

An exciting new report reveals impressive learning gains achieved at Bridge Liberia  Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) in just four…

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