|Minister: ||Dr. Joseph Korto |
|Deputy: ||Hawa Goll-Kotchi|
The Ministry is concerned with broad policy issues on all aspects of education. A major aim is to ensure that available resources are judiciously allocated and put to optimum use to ensure that relevance and quality of education provided at all levels of the education system particularly in rural areas.
Educational policies are formulated within the framework of national goals so that the process of education contributes also to the achievement of Government’s broad outcomes. Personnel management, in-service training and budgetary matters feature prominently in this programme.
Programmes of the ministry are:
- Administration of primary education,
- Administration of secondary education,
- Examination, Educational resource centre and the Schools Broadcast Unit.
- Technical and Vocational Education and Training,
- Research and Development,
- Training and Liberian Education, and
- Secondary Teacher Training.
Aims and Objectives :
The overall goal of the ministry is to provide relevant and quality education for all Liberians, especially the disadvantaged to enable them acquire skills which will make them functionally literate and productive to facilitate poverty alleviation
The Ministry is headed by Dr. Joseph Korto.
||Hawa Sharon Goll-Kotchi
||Deputy Minister for Administration
|James Emmanuel Roberts
|| Deputy Minster for Planning, Research and Development
||Peter N. Ben
||Deputy Minister for Instruction
|Felecia S. Doe Somah
|| Asst. Minister for Secondary Education
||Yonton B. Kesselly Sr
||Assistant Minister for Vocational and Technical Education
|Marcus S. Sobpah
|| Assistant Minister for Teachers' Education
||Assist. Minister for Curriculum & Textbooks
|| Assistant Minister for Curriculum
||Josephine Travers Porte
||Asst. Minster for Planning & Research
|James F. Andrews
||Assistant Minister for Administration