Monrovia Consolidated School System

The Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) provides primary and secondary education to the population of the Monrovia metropolitan area, Liberia. The MCSS was established by government charter in 1964 under the Act to Amend the Education Law to Create the Monrovia Consolidated School System.[1]

HistoryEdit

Prior to the creation of the MCSS, schools in Monrovia were individually administered by principals reporting directly to the Ministry of Education.[2] A Memorandum of Understanding, the preliminary step to the establishment of the system, was signed on 28 February 1963.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Liberia (1965). An Act to Amend the Education Law to Create the Monrovia Consolidated School System, Approved December 24, 1964. U.S. Government Printing Office.
  2. ^ Myfanwy Johns (September 2006). Liberia for a while. Exposure. pp. 185–186.
  3. ^ S. Jabaru Carlon (1973). Educational plans for Liberia: an assessment of public elementary education during the decade of the sixties, with particular emphasis on planned goals and their achievement. University of Wisconsin--Madison. p. 94.