THE SOCIAL DYNAMICS AND DIMENSIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

By: Emmanuel Daykeay, Ph.D., Ed. D Entrant ABSTRACT: This article discusses social dynamics of higher education in Liberia in which one of the most crucial but neglected perspectives in comparative studies of higher education. We pay attention to the importance of time, space and contexts—both geographical and sociocultural ones—to reveal how they influence on different Read More …

MANAGING RESEARCH IN AFRICAN SCHOOLS

Let it be clear that Research in common parlance refers to a search for knowledge. One can also define research as a scientific and systematic search for pertinent information on a particular topic. In fact, research is an art of scientific investigation. It is the time that schools in Africa take research methodology seriously. The Advanced Read More …

LIBERIAN ACTIVIST TERMINATE ALLEGATION OF TRIBALISM-IT WAS HIS PERSONAL CHOICE TO ENDORSE CLLR. CHARLES WALKER BRUMSKINE.

I have acknowledged several text messages and emails with trepidation’s of tribalism, I wish to use this medium to elucidate that my endorsement of Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine was never because he’s from Grand Bassa County, or a Bassa-man as claimed in some of your contentions. It was due to my personal optimal at that Read More …

LIBERIAN CIVIL WAR VICTIMS GIVE LESS ATTENTION TO THE PRESIDENT OF LIBERIA ANNUAL SPEECH FOR 2016 !

The President of Liberia’s Annual Memorandum Dirges Challenging Times……It is very disappointing for us in this generation to have seen the Unity Party Government over ten years of leadership and being paid over US$16 billion in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and many other millions of dollars from development partners, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is contending Read More …

THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE SHOULD BE BLAME FOR THE MESSY EDUCATION SYSTEM IN LIBERIA. WHY ARE THEY RELEGATING EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY?

Let’s instigate with a fair evaluation of the Liberian education system and try to discover the glitches of development in the process. It is my wish that numerous voters in Liberia will force their lawmakers to provision increment in future budget allocations for education development. It is depressing to discern that out of a proposed Read More …

HOW TO EDUCATE LEADERS IN LIBERIA? WHO ARE THE LEADERS?

Like many of you, I am trying to contribute towards a revitalization in Liberia. The question of transformation in Liberia really is a question of leadership. Liberia can only be transformed by enlightened leaders. And it is my contention that the manner in which we educate our leaders is fundamental to progress in the country.  Now what does this have to do Read More …