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The Road to Nowhere
By Randell Zuleka Dauda
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education (1960) affirm that education is a fundamental human right for all peoples. Along these lines, however, the Liberian government, under the leadership of Madame Ellen Johnson Sirleaf pledged its commitment to quality and affordable education in Liberia. In fact, education was one of the major goals strategically set aside by Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Administration. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) presented at the United Nations Summit in 2000 served as the measuring cup for success during this peaceful post-civil war period. Although UNDP reports that Liberia has a 30% rate of achievement of these ambitious goals, there are no visible signs of significant improvement in Liberia’s education system. If we as a nation should rebuild and prepare for a prosperous future, the lack of progress in a sector that is key to nation building shows that we are certainly heading nowhere.