Liberian Teachers, Students In High Gear, AS U.S. Visiting Scholars Strengthen Commitment To Impact Knowledge

Visiting American scholars to Liberia through the innovative initiative of I-Help Liberia are doing all in their powers to strengthen the academic performances of Liberian teachers and students in the area of Science and Technology by conducting series of workshops in urban and rural Liberia.

According to a dispatch filed by organization of the workshops in Nimba County, dozens of teachers and students are high gear to acquire sound trainings from these visiting American scholars who all are said to be receptive of their visit to sharing their knowledge learned from their various renowned American Universities.

I-Help Liberia Project local officials putting their work together

The training program currently taken place in one of the Country’s most populated Counties,  Nimba County and brought together dozens of teachers and students  from various schools in the County and  is expected to be held in the Liberian capital, Monrovia, Montserrado County with phase two of the training workshop taken place from July 2nd to the 6, 2018. Both phases are also expected to feature Science Bowl competition & Math Olympics on June 30th and July 7th.

Venturing into rural Liberia with the intent to providing knowledge to Liberians students and teachers

Liberian educators in the sector who spoke to the GNN-Liberia online are expressing gratitude of the level of support being provided by the American people through I-Help Liberia Project, a Liberian US based NGO by sending in teachers to help supplement the efforts of Liberia’s educational system by training both Liberian students and teachers in the area of Science and Technology and Mathematics.

‘Lunch Time’ after a day’s work helping to impact knowledge into Liberians

Over the past years, I-Help Liberia Project has been providing academic support to the people of Liberia by sending in teachers and students from the United States to robustly assist the Country in its bid to improving its educational system, especially in the area of science and technology.

Detail report on the works of these visiting American scholars will be featured in our subsequent posting.

Photo credit: Abraham Jabateh & Sangay Faeflen

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