Learning Opportunities For School-Going Kids -As Liberian-American Offers to Rebrand Education

MONROVIA – Sgt. Eric  Oppong Twum, a Liberian- American in the US army will this summer season of the school year will be providing  learning opportunities  for school- going children in Liberia. The initiative is aimed at rebranding the educational system of the country.

Twum, who has been as  an educator for years in Liberia and abroad, stated that the program was designed to benefit ages ranging from 3-8- and 9-12 years old.

He made the disclosure during a recent interview with this paper. Mr. Twum said he and his family have decided to provide some assistance to school going children in Liberia because they are key to the future of the country.

He explained that the assistance would be training in the following areas: Computer technology, art and craft, Science, Mathematics and Reading. All of these course textbooks have already been provided for the training.

Recently, Twum provided advanced vocational skills training to people in South Korea, especially for the African Community.

The summer training program will take place at his vocational school in Montserrado County District #2 where the Theresa Nah Institute of Health Science and Technology provides courses in Chemical Technology, and Electrical Engineering technology among others for both college and secondary students in Liberia in collaboration with the Liberian-American.

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