Mother Brown Wants Private Schools Subsidized
By EmmanuelFlahnflahnelina@yahoo.com 0776843250
The Principal of the Mother Tegeaste Stewart Apostolic Pentecostal Mission School is calling on Government to take interest in providing funds for private schools across the country, especially those who are empowering students without parents.Mother of the New Water in the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Breweville City, Mariama Z. Brown urged national government through the Ministry of education to take interest in those private schools that are not included in the national budget; this according to her would enable many school going children to have access to education as well.
Mother Brown urged national leaders to paymore attention on things that will improve the country’s conditions and not things that would create harm; she spoke at the campus of the Mother Tegeaste Stewart Apostolic Pentecostal recently.
She added that some private schools are operating with small budget yet; they are offering scholarships just to empower other disadvantaged Liberian children who are thirsty for knowledge, adding that more children who are in most of the private schools are not supported by their family instead some are on church and football scholarships, something she said, must draw the attention of the Ministry of Education.
Madam Brown appealed to the government through the Ministry of Education to help with some funds, educational materials like chairs, tables, books and others that are important for schooling.