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OUR TEACHING CHAMPIONS - LANSANA ROGERS

If one were to search for champions in the traditional sense of the word, the teaching profession in Sierra Leone is probably one of the places they would be least likely to look. However, navigating the harsh and sometimes thankless terrain of teaching to create an enlightened generation, is nothing short of overcoming all odds. This series titled the “Our Teaching Champions” looks into the lives of teachers who through the sheer love of educating young minds, have stayed the course. Their stories illustrate the difficulties that keep education in Sierra Leone declining, as well as the efforts of men and women who stay the course regardless.

  • Posted By:
    Brian James
  • Posted Date:
    4/22/2019 12:00:00 AM

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School Leaders Commence Intensive Course

Over 110 Head Teachers and other School Supervisors from various primary and secondary schools in the Bo District, convened at the Njala University Bo Campus, on the 13th August, 2018, to start a 10 Day Intensive Training Course on “Managing Teacher Quality at the School Level.”

  • Posted By:
    Michael Kamara
  • Posted Date:
    10/11/2018 12:00:00 AM

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Managing Teacher Quality at the School Level

From the 13th August - 12 September, 2018, the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) with support from the European Union, will conduct a series of training courses for 2500 Head Teachers and other School Supervisors of primary and secondary schools in the Bo, Kenema, Bombali and Port Loko Districts. The Intensive Head Teacher Training Course will focus on “Managing Teacher Quality at the School Level.”

  • Posted By:
    Michael Kamara
  • Posted Date:
    10/11/2018 12:00:00 AM

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