Heritage (Monrovia)

24 April 2014

Liberia: Early Childhood Education Campaign, an Admirable Ingenuity

editorial

The launched Early Childhood Education Campaign in Monrovia and its environs by the Ministry of Education is highly commendable.

The campaign, which will also be launched across the country shortly, we are told, is intended to create awareness for parents and guardians to invest in their children's education from the age three.

We are also told that the campaign teams have already embarked on the process of creating awareness at various marketplaces and other sites around Monrovia and its environs.

We commend the Ministry of Education for the launch of the Early Childhood Education Campaign.

We consider this ingenuity by the Ministry of Education as very prudent which must be encouraged and supported by all parents and guardians.

We believe this initiative will achieve its desired objectives if parents and guardians give it their fullest support.

Like the campaign teams observed, if parents and guardians abide by the policy of investing in their children at an early age, indeed, it would ensure that Liberia has a citizenry educated and prepared to move the nation forward.

Truthfully, if the country has a population that is educationally prepared, it will ensure a safe environment and a prosperous nation.

This is why it is very important that our government gives priority to the early childhood education.

Our education's system will improve from its current dismal state once the early childhood education is prioritized.

Again, we commend the Ministry of Education for this brilliant ingenuity and encourage all parents and guardians to give it their fullest support.

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